7 Summits & 14 Lake Vistas Tour

Flumserberg

Flumserberg - Prodkamm

Flumserberg - Prodkamm

Alp Grueb

Alp Grueb

Flumserberg - Seebenalp Ost

Flumserberg - Seebenalp Ost

Prodkamm

Prodkamm

Maschgenkamm

Maschgenkamm

Flumserberg - Prodalp 2

Flumserberg - Prodalp 2

Flumserberg - Prodalp

Flumserberg - Prodalp

Flumserberg - Kinderland Molseralp

Flumserberg - Kinderland Molseralp

Prodalp

Prodalp

Flumserberg - Seebenalp West

Flumserberg - Seebenalp West

Seven summits and panoramic views over 14 lakes during one tour: This hiking experience has been enjoyed on the Flumserberg mountain since the summer of 2012. The area’s popular 7-Summit Tour now includes information on the 14 small and large lakes that are seen from the respective peaks. Not only are the sweeping views over the surrounding mountains fascinating, but also surprising are the insights about Lake Walen, Lake Zürich and the Murg Lakes.

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Technical information

Begin of tour:Maschgenkamm
Point of arrival:Tannenboden
Access starting point:Mountain trains, walking tours
Access point of arrival:Public transportation, private motorcars
Physical fitness:medium
Difficulty:medium
Hiking time:6 1/2 hours
Season:June - October
AccomodationHotel Seebenalp

Description

Magnificent panoramic views of 150 Alpine peaks of St. Gallen, Graubünden, Glarus and Central Switzerland accompany the hiker on the approximately 6-hour tour.

The Maschgen Ridge is reached via a peaceful gondola ride from Tannenboden. This is the starting point of a magnificent hike that leads over the crests of seven peaks. Allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy the changing scenic views to the fullest. Please note: Sturdy boots and physical fitness are a precondition for this hike. Take along some invigorating snacks and water. Telescoping hiking poles will give you additional support and safety.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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