Cross-Country Skiing

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  • Gerschni Loipe

    With the Titlis behind you and the Hahnen in front, you glide softly through the Gerschniwald forest. The Gerschnialp Cross-Country trail is great for ambitious skiers as well as for those who prefer a gentler pace.
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  • Engelberger Talloipe

    Cross-country skiing with a view: It’s not only the effort of completing this course that will take your breath away – so will the fantastic views of our magnificent mountain landscape.
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  • Eigenthal-Loipe

    The Eigenthal valley lies at the northern foot of the Pilatus, not quite 15 kilometres south-west of Lucerne. Its popularity in winter is due to two factors: it is generally fog-free, and it boasts cross-country skiing trails.
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  • Melchsee-Loipe

    Perfect for cross-country beginners: anyone who prefers a simple run without climbs or descents will definitely like the circuit next to the frozen Melchsee.
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  • Lauenen-Loipe

    Easy, flat, sunny. Mostly surrounded by unspoilt nature and with some great views too. If this is what you are looking for, then this trail in Lauenen is just right for you.
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  • Thurtalerstofel-Loipe

    The cross-country skiing trail at Alp Sellamatt offers a lot of sun and a mystical natural landscape in the lap of the Churfirsten. The view goes far down into the lowland, which lies in winter often under a fog cover.
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  • Schüpfer-Loipe

    The Schüpfer cross-country skiing trail is a village-based trail situated in the middle of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch and offering views of the snowy Farneren.
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  • Gitschenen-Loipe

    Situated above the mountain village of Isenthal, the small, family-friendly ski region of Gitschenen offers one cross-country ski trail – surrounded by striking peaks like the Uri-Rotstock, the Älpler, the Maisander and the Brisen.
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  • Piste des Mille Sapins

    Similar to a slalom course through a pine tree labyrinth, the Mille Sapins piste is good fun and very challenging at the same time. A rugged site in an exceptional pastured woodland, it is undoubtedly the most beautiful site in the whole Franches-Montagnes district.
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  • Loipe Gisliflueh–Staffelegg

    Varied circular route under the crest of the Gisliflue in the Jura mountains of Aargau. Partly through the wood, and partly along the wood's edge, the route provides magnificent views over the Jura mountains close by to the entire Alpine range.
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  • La-Pala-Rennloipe

    The racing slope La Pala is a true touchstone for skiers who are both physically and technically experienced. In addition to a sport challenge, skiers will also experience a dreamlike landscape on the four kilometers.
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  • Piste La Givrine–Marchairuz

    This trail takes you through the Parc Jura Vaudois, past dry-stone walls and Jura chalets, across marshes and mystical forests to the Ferme des Pralets where spectacular views of Lake Geneva await you, with La Dôle behind you. The route continues up to the Col du Marchairuz.
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  • Piste La Grande Boucle

    The "Grande Boucle" is an exceptional cross-country skiing loop for those who want to tour the Franches-Montagnes. The gentle downhill gradient runs for 42km, the same distance as a marathon. This route criss-crosses the region and its unspoiled landscapes.
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  • Loipe Bärenwil

    It doesn't always have to be the Alps: Langenbruck-Bärenwil is a winter sports region that has retained its family atmosphere and manageable size. Alongside ski lifts, there are also cross-country ski trails. Bärenwil cross-country ski trail lies on an idyllic plateau.
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  • Pista Pian Doss

    At first sight it appears to be an inconspicuous patch of land in the Grisons, on the alternate route to the Gotthard Pass Tunnel. Upon closer look, cross-country skiers will find an ideal terrain in an attractive alpine landscape. The challenging cross-country ski trail leads to an alpine pasture and the idyllic high moor lake of Lago Dosso.
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  • Höhenloipe Haslerberg

    The snow-sure secret trip even in the spring: The cross-country ski trail on Hasler Hochmoor lures with an impressive landscape – from the Gryden to the stretch to Albristhorn and Spillgerte.
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  • Sonnenloipe - cross-country ski track

    Valais and its district of Goms are amongst the sunniest places in Switzerland. Cross-country skiers on the right bank of the Rhône enjoy generous quantities of sunshine, which is why the trail from Obergesteln to Münster is called the Sonnenloipe.
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  • Piste du Golf

    Wonderful itinerary on the Severiano Ballesteros Course, a legendary 18-hole course which hosts the renowned Omega European Masters every year. This tough and varied 6km route offers exceptional surroundings and a stunning view of the Valais Alps.
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  • Sursetter-Loipe

    This long and challenging trail by the meandering Julia/Gelgia river promises an unforgettable descent in the pine forest of «Val Verda».
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  • Bolgen-Loipe

    The largely flat trail on the elongated valley plain between the Bolgen and Davos Frauenkirch is ideal for connoisseurs and anyone looking for their first taste of cross-country skiing.
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  • Alp-Garfiun-Loipe

    “In Klosters, the cross-country trail to Garfiun is indescribably beautiful,” gushes local elite skier Seraina Boner. The section from romantic Monbiel to the Alp Garfiun and back is not just a well-kept secret amongst locals.
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  • Loipe Elm

    The Elm cross-country trail is surrounded by the Tectonic Arena Sardona UNESCO World Heritage Site and runs through the beautiful Wakker Prize-winning mountain village.
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  • Rundloipe Sedrun

    There is often hoar frost on the snow and the bushes beside the Rhine – so this trail offers you a very special experience of Nature as well as lots of sporting fun. Some striking buildings along the way are Putnengia castle and the Vorderrhein hydroelectric power station.
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  • Rottenloipe

    The flat terrain of the Rottenloipe runs from Oberwald through to Niederwald, passing through the picturesque high valley of Obergoms and along the young Rhône. The trail is lined with thick protection forests and snowy white peaks.
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  • Gulispur Urnerboden

    A legendary trail on Switzerland's largest alp: the Urnerboden cross-country ski trail, a.k.a. «Gulispur», is sure to have snow due to its shadowed location at 1,400 metres. The trail gets its nickname from a fat Glarus rooster.
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  • Studen-Ochsenboden-Loipe

    This circular track in the Einsiedeln region demands stamina and technique and is a delight for seasoned cross-country skiers. Those following a tough training regime can use the extra loop to get their heart pumping.
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  • Rote Loipe Kandersteg

    The circular tour with its nordic charme winds through a wonderul forest area near the tunnel portal of the Lötschberg railway line. Slight uphills and winding tracks create a interesting training track and an especially charming tour.
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  • Piste de Cergnement

    The Cergnement cross-country skiing trail is situated in an unspoilt valley at the foot of the Argentine mountain, in a delightful idyllic setting. Far from the stresses of urban life, it’s just a few minutes away from the village of La Barboleuse.
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  • Panoramaloipe Wald

    The Wald panoramic cross-country ski trail fully justifies its name: The classic trail on the Bachtel, Zurich Oberland’s local mountain, offers a spectacular panoramic view. In good weather you can spot the Churfirsten peaks, the Rigi and enjoy the view over the Lake Zurich.
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  • Piste de la Grande Borne

    This moderately difficult trail from the Auberson Nordic Centre takes you through forests and pastures, in the heart of the Plateau des Granges and the protected area of the Mouille de La Vraconnaz. Starts and ends at the Hôtel-restaurant de La Grand’Borne.
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  • Bargis-Loipe

    If there isn’t enough snow down below, the car-free plateau of Bargis offers a worthwhile alternative: a charming cross-country trail at the foot of the Ringelspitz, including a mystical mountain forest and snowy alpine pastures.
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  • Tannenboden-Fursch-Loipe

    Exploring the pre-Alpine landscape on cross-country skiing trails – this promises the trail over four Alps. At the same time a wonderful panoramic view over Sarganserland can be enjoyed.
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  • Piste du Cernil

    The people of this region have cross-country skiing in their blood. They are used to extreme cold and in times gone by, children would ski to school. No wonder this valley is still a breeding ground for champions.
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  • FIS-Rennloipe

    At just under five kilometres in length, the FIS–Rennloipe in Ulrichen will have you feeling like a cross-country pro. This trail gives ambitious skiers a true taste of the competitive spirit.
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  • Rämsel-Loipe

    Escape the fog in the beautiful Ägerital valley and enjoy the winter landscape of Unterägeri on cross-country tracks with views of Ägerisee lake.
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  • Madils-Loipe

    Snow-sure cross-country skiing trails with view to the Zacke mountain range of Churfirsten. The trail leads mostly flat over the Madlis plateau.
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