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Eskimo adventure on the Pizol

Eskimo adventure on the Pizol

Stay overnight in your self-built igloo, eat under the star-studded sky and take a snowshoe hike: The outdoor weekend on Mt. Pizol offers everything you need for a little winter adventure. The campsite is located 2,226 meters above sea level near...more

Fun-packed Pizol

Fun-packed Pizol

3.5km long Pizol toboggan run. Snow conditions permitting the run ends in the valley, totalling extended up to 7 km. (difference in altitude 1000m).more

Heidi Path – Alp Schwarzbüel

Heidi Path – Alp...

The story of Heidi is told on display boards with pictures along the...more

Eskimo adventure on the Pizol

Stay overnight in your self-built igloo, eat under the star-studded sky and take a snowshoe hike: The outdoor weekend on Mt. Pizol offers everything you need for a little winter adventure. The campsite is located 2,226 meters above sea level near the mountain station of the Pizol cable car. A fondue for dinner and an expedition sleeping bag for the night will keep you warm. On the second day you will experience another highlight: Conquering Mt. Pizol with snowshoes.

Stay overnight in your self-built igloo, eat under the star-studded sky and take a snowshoe hike: The outdoor weekend on Mt. Pizol offers everything you need for a little winter adventure.

Fun-packed Pizol

3.5km long Pizol toboggan run. Snow conditions permitting the run ends in the valley, totalling extended up to 7 km. (difference in altitude 1000m).

Toboggan fans get more than a glimpse of the entire St. Galler Rheintal region as far as Lake Constance on this far-reaching 7-kilometer run.

The Pizol high-altitude panorama trail

Fantastic winter countryside on the undulating Pizol plateau, with views of the Graubünden, Glarus and Austrian Alps.

Heidi Path – Alp Schwarzbüel

The story of Heidi is told on display boards with pictures along the well-prepared Heidi Path, which offers a clear view of all the places Johanna Spyri described in her classic book.

The story of Heidi is told on display boards with pictures along the well-prepared Heidi Path, which offers a clear view of all the places Johanna Spyri described in her classic book.