Wild and Domestic Animal Trail

Grächen

Grächen: Nordansicht

Grächen: Nordansicht

Grächen: Place du Village

Grächen: Place du Village

Grächen: Grachen

Grächen: Grachen

Grächen: Night & Day Bar 2

Grächen: Night & Day Bar 2

Grächen: Aussicht von Night&Day Bar auf Dorf

Grächen: Aussicht von Night&Day Bar auf Dorf

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Hannigalp: Restaurant Hannig Bergrestaurant

Hannigalp: Restaurant Hannig Bergrestaurant

Grächen: Night & Day Bar

Grächen: Night & Day Bar

Grächen › West

Grächen › West

St. Niklaus VS › Süd-West: Dorfstrasse

St. Niklaus VS › Süd-West: Dorfstrasse

Grächen: Hannigalp Süd

Grächen: Hannigalp Süd

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Kirche - 1620 m

Grächen: Kirche - 1620 m

Grächen: Weiler Bina & Egga

Grächen: Weiler Bina & Egga

Grächen: Piazza

Grächen: Piazza

St. Niklaus VS: Riedgletscher

St. Niklaus VS: Riedgletscher

Grächen: Weiler Spieli

Grächen: Weiler Spieli

Grächen: Piste Paradiesli

Grächen: Piste Paradiesli

Hannigalp: Grächen - Nord

Hannigalp: Grächen - Nord

Grächen: Jungen

Grächen: Jungen

Grächen: Rückfahrtspiste Hannigalp

Grächen: Rückfahrtspiste Hannigalp

St. Niklaus VS: Dirru - Geisstriftbach

St. Niklaus VS: Dirru - Geisstriftbach

Grächen: Place du Village 4

Grächen: Place du Village 4

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla - Bielzigji

Grächen: Seetalhorn

Grächen: Seetalhorn

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla2 - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla2 - Bielzigji

Grächen: Talstation Gondelbahn - Hannigalp

Grächen: Talstation Gondelbahn - Hannigalp

Grächen: Weiler Egga

Grächen: Weiler Egga

Hannigalp: Grächen - SiSU Kinderpark

Hannigalp: Grächen - SiSU Kinderpark

Grächen › Nord-Ost: Bietschhorn

Grächen › Nord-Ost: Bietschhorn

Grächen › Süd-West: Weisshorn

Grächen › Süd-West: Weisshorn

Discover the native animal world on this fascinating hike. A GPS device shows children the way on two hiking loops.

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Once they arrive at one of the ten stations they can start their search. A marker with a native animal is hidden in the vicinity. After finding the marker the animal’s name is entered on the competition form – and mom and dad will tell the small fry some interesting facts about the discovered animal. All this happens en route to the next stop. With the help of the GPS, children guide their parents to all the stations on the tour.

The domestic animal path, which leads through the village, is ideal for families with children above the age of three. For children above age 7, there is an opportunity to search for wild animals in the hiking area on Hannig Alp.

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