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Alp Tannenboden Alpine Cheese Dairy

Flumserberg

Seebenalp: Flumserberg - Ost

Seebenalp: Flumserberg - Ost

Flumserberg Tannenheim: Flumserberg - Kinderland Molseralp

Flumserberg Tannenheim: Flumserberg - Kinderland Molseralp

Flumserberg Bergheim: Alp Grueb

Flumserberg Bergheim: Alp Grueb

Flumserberg Bergheim: Prodkamm

Flumserberg Bergheim: Prodkamm

Prodalp

Prodalp

Flumserberg Bergheim: Maschgenkamm

Flumserberg Bergheim: Maschgenkamm

Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp: Flumserberg - Prodalp

Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp: Flumserberg - Prodalp

Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp: Flumserberg - Prodkamm

Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp: Flumserberg - Prodkamm

Flumserberg Tannenheim: Flumserberg - Prodalp

Flumserberg Tannenheim: Flumserberg - Prodalp

Seebenalp: Flumserberg - West

Seebenalp: Flumserberg - West

The Alpine and traditional cheese dairy of Tannenboden was built at the turn of the century. Through a large glass pane in the cozy restaurant you can watch how cheese is made. Fine fresh dairy products such as Alpine cheese, yoghurt, butter, milk and Camenbert cheese are sold here.

Group Activities

Language:
de, en

Duration:
1/2 day

Persons:
1 - 35

Cost:
Yes

Season:
Summer

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A children's playground and a large sun terrace invite visitors to tarry a while. During the Alpine grazing time you can witness cheese-making daily. Visitors can also make their own cheese over an open fire, as in the olden days. One can ideally combine the visit to Alp Tannenboden with a hearty meal - Raclette, Fondue, Älplermagronen (a Swiss pasta specialty with potatoes and cheese) - in the Alp restaurant Sennenstube.

Duration: Up to 2.5 hours
Number of participants: Up to 35 (or then two groups)
Season: Mid june - End october
Languages: German, English

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