From spring through to autumn, the sports runs and tracks make accessible a wonderful walking area, with walking trails and hikes the extend right up to an Alpine altitude. The pistes are groomed and a small, family-friendly skiing area becomes available once the first winter snowfalls have settled.
A handful of walks run from all round the Mürtschen and Fronalp massif to Walsaweg (from Mollis to Sargans), and then continue right into the mysterious Mürtschen and Murg valley. The ground rope garden and fun with kick scooters also enjoy widespread popularity. The Schabzig High Altitude Trail leads through pristine, unique natural landscapes with an incomparable view of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Sardona Tectonic Arena as well as the Glarus region.
A 7km sledding track that runs from a height of 1,280 metres above sea level down to the valley station in Filzbach is maintained in the lower section of the skiing region. At the foot of the Fronalp massif, the small Schilt/Mulleren skiing area offers its pistes for all to enjoy. Both areas also lend themselves to an abundance of snowshoe and winter walks.