Bärgji Piste

Grächen

Dirru - Geisstriftbach

Dirru - Geisstriftbach

Gugla - Bielzigji

Gugla - Bielzigji

Sessellift Bärgji

Sessellift Bärgji

Blick von Grächen auf das Weisshorn

Blick von Grächen auf das Weisshorn

Wettercam Grächen

Wettercam Grächen

St. Niklaus VS - Gugla2 - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS - Gugla2 - Bielzigji

Hannigalp

Hannigalp

Wettercam Grächen Dorf

Wettercam Grächen Dorf

Wettercam Weisshorn

Wettercam Weisshorn

Grächen is a winter paradise for families. Here the services and infrastructure have been tailored to meet the needs of children. But adults also get their fair share - for example, on the stunning downhill run from the Hannigalp to Bärgji.

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The ski slopes in Grächen are mostly easy to moderately difficult. However, the Bärgji slope, one of the most beautiful descents in the whole ski area, is quite challenging. The starting point is the Hannigalp, where Switzerland’s largest children's snow park also happens to be located. Against the backdrop of a stunning mountain panorama, the run first follows a gentle gradient on a blue-marked piste and then becomes considerably steeper on the black-marked lower section before ending up at the valley station for the Bärgji chairlift.

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Starting point: Hannigalp (2114 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: mountain train

Destination: Bärgji (1600 m a.s.l.)

Length: 1km

Altitude difference: 514 Meter

Gradient: 15% (average), 40% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: difficult (normal slope)

Food and beverages: at the start and at the end



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