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Avalanche Training Center

Avalanche Training Center

At the Jakobshorn in Davos, a permanent training installation for the instrument-guided search of avalanche victims is operational. It allows all amateurs of this activity to train under close-to-real conditions. more

With Snowshoes in the Aletsch Forest

With Snowshoes in the Aletsch Forest

Giant trees in the snow.
The Aletsch Forest is known for its ancient trees and its many species of fauna. It is now possible for you to explore this gem of an area with snowshoes, accompanied by one of our expert guides.more

33 km of Signposted Snowshoe Trails

33 km of...

Pays d'Enhaut offers a variety of snowshoe trails through forests and...more

Avalanche Training Center

At the Jakobshorn in Davos, a permanent training installation for the instrument-guided search of avalanche victims is operational. It allows all amateurs of this activity to train under close-to-real conditions.

At the Pischa in Davos, a permanent training installation for the instrument-guided search of avalanche victims is operational. It allows all amateurs of this activity to train under close-to-real conditions.

With Snowshoes in the Aletsch Forest

Giant trees in the snow.
The Aletsch Forest is known for its ancient trees and its many species of fauna. It is now possible for you to explore this gem of an area with snowshoes, accompanied by one of our expert guides.

The Aletsch Forest is known for its ancient trees, and with its many species of fauna it is one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the Aletsch region.

33 km of Signposted Snowshoe Trails

Pays d'Enhaut offers a variety of snowshoe trails through forests and pastures.

The Chateau-d'Oex, les Mosses and Rougemont Tourist Offices, in collaboration with the "réseau sentiers raquettes..ch" (Swiss snowshoe trails network) association, have opened 11 new signposted snowshoe trails (measuring a total of 56.6 km).

Cross-country paradise in the biosphere reserve

At an altitude of 1165 meters, the holiday resort of Sörenberg in the Lucerne Hinterland lies within the UNESCO Entlebuch biosphere, surrounded by countless moorlands under national protection. About 35 km of trails await cross-country aficionados.