Gogwärgi path

The Gogwärgi path starts at Fiescheralp. Then you walk downhill during 3 hours through the forest to Fiesch. Aesthetic, hand-carved wood dwarf and a lot of interesting stories invite the visitor to stay more

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Cià c’am va - family path

“Cià c’am va”! is a Bergeller Dialect expression and means “Come, we’re going!” . The Bergell route, the so-called “Via Bregaglia” is named after... more

Cià c’am va - family path
Chärwald Robbers – Kernwald Adventure Trail.

Chärwald Robbers – Kernwald Adventure...

A trail with a variety of illustrated markers introduces visitors from near and far to the beauty and peculiarities of this unique forested... more

Gogwärgi path

The Gogwärgi path starts at Fiescheralp. Then you walk downhill during 3 hours through the forest to Fiesch. Aesthetic, hand-carved wood dwarf and a lot of interesting stories invite the visitor to stay

It is said that they once lived everywhere in Oberwallis – the Gogwärgini- those hard-working dwarfs. At some point they disappeared. But the stories about the "Gogwärgini" have remained up to this day and can be discovered on the Gogwärgi theme route.

Gogwärgi path
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Cià c’am va - family path

“Cià c’am va”! is a Bergeller Dialect expression and means “Come, we’re going!” . The Bergell route, the so-called “Via Bregaglia” is named after this expression.

“Cià c’am va”! is a Bergeller Dialect expression and means “Come, we’re going!” . The Bergell route, the so-called “Via Bregaglia” is named after this expression.

Cià c’am va - family path
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Chärwald Robbers – Kernwald Adventure Trail.

A trail with a variety of illustrated markers introduces visitors from near and far to the beauty and peculiarities of this unique forested landscape.

A trail with a variety of illustrated markers introduces visitors from near and far to the beauty and peculiarities of this unique forested landscape.

Chärwald Robbers – Kernwald Adventure Trail.
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