Where the vast Obergoms region turns into a narrow gorge leading to the Untergoms, the Binn Valley opens up. It is popular with amateur geologists. It's not only the nearly intact Walser villages with their dark wooden houses, but also the spectacular backdrops between Grengiols and Fäld, as well as the rich vegetation and the natural mineral deposits (one of Europe's largest finds of this kind), that make this hike a superb experience of nature.
Do you already know Muggenstutz? You can experience the story of our oldest dwarf at first hand here... this is great fun for families! The 5 km long route (strollers or baby carriages cannot be used here) is especially suitable for children between the ages of 4 and 10. Various adventure stations invite you to stop by and play.
Turtmann Valley is one of Switzerland's most untouched and pristine landscapes. There are many hiking routes around Turtmann. The Hopschil Trail , which leads past two waterfalls, is definitely the best of those routes.