The “National” Piste Lötschental

Lötschental

Hockenhorngrat

Hockenhorngrat

Lötschental-Gandegg, Gletscherbar

Lötschental-Gandegg, Gletscherbar

Lauchernalp mit Blick zur Lötschenlücke

Lauchernalp mit Blick zur Lötschenlücke

Lauchernalp Piste

Lauchernalp Piste

Lötschental

Lötschental

Wiler

Wiler

Wiler - Bergstation Luftseilbahn Wiler-Lauchernalp

Wiler - Bergstation Luftseilbahn Wiler-Lauchernalp

The Lötschental valley offers convenient skiing fun far from the hustle and bustle. However, do not underestimate the great variety of pistes here. Lower down, the terrain is moderately steep while higher up, in the area around Gandegg, there are some quite demanding slopes.

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It’s not only the patriots who love the “National” Piste in the Lötschental valley. Marked in red, the downhill run is classified as being somewhat difficult and starts at the chairlift top station at Gandegg. Located on the west side of the chairlift route, the descent follows a wide arc down to the base station at Stafel. Located on a sunny hillside with good views, the piste’s high altitude makes it extremely snow-sure. The view is quite stunning – the mountain scenery is dominated by the majestic pyramid of the Bietschhorn.

Information

Starting point: Gangegg (2720 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Zielort: Stafel (2100 m a.s.l.)

Length: 7km

Altitude difference: 620 Meter

Level of difficulty: difficult (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start and at the end



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