Winter sports

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545 Results found
545 Results found
  • Sentiero di Campra

    In Campra, those who love walking on the snow can discover the Nordic side of the sun-drenched Blenio Valley.This easy, level, signposted walking trail follows the river Brenno and is ideal for those who love to release stress in nature and surrounded by alder and spruce forests.
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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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  • Klewenalp-Stockhütte-Weg

    Sweeping views far from the madding crowd: set among impressive mountain scenery wth a view on the Mythen, this winter trail leads through snow-covered pine forests.
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  • Schlittelplausch Wasserfallen

    Sledging fun for big and small: the rapid ride through the Jura winter landscape from the Wasserfallen cableway mountain station to Reigoldswil takes around half an hour. It leads through the forest, over meadows and even through a tunnel full of icicles.
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  • Schlittelweg Fleschen–Richenen

    Guaranteed fun and thrills on a sledge run where you discover the local scenery along the way. With views of the mountains, forests and traditional villages, you will experience all kinds of different scenery.
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  • Cheibehorn-Rundtrail

    This circular tour of medium difficulty with start and end point at Chrindli offers a varied hike through the Stockhorn region. Hike up instead of just around the Cheibenhorn peak and you will be rewarded with magnificent views of the Alpine summits.
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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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  • Winterwanderweg Springenboden

    The Springenboden winter hiking trail leads through snow-covered forests and meadows high above the valley floor of the Diemtigtal Nature Park. After an ascent, impressive views of the rear Diemtigtal and into the Simmental await.
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  • Senda dal Sömmi

    Alpine winter hike at over 2,000 m a.s.l.: in open countryside, alongside the «Traumpiste» and accompanied by a panoramic view of the Lower Engadine, this route links the Motta Naluns ski area to the Engadine village of Sent.
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  • Wiriehorn-Schlittelweg

    Sledging fun for all age groups awaits on the Wiriehorn at the heart of the Diemtigtal Nature Park. Race down this pine-tree flanked run to the valley below. At night, a headlamp will ensure that you don’t stray from the trail in the dark.
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  • Winterwanderweg Rietbad

    Do you fancy a relaxed winter hike with views of the Säntis Mountain? The idyllic path takes you through open terrain, along the Sunnehalbriet. As it is a short trail, you have enough time to rest on one of the benches, stop at the Loipenkafi café or make a detour to the sulphur spring.
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  • Panell-Schneeschuhtrail

    From the historic pass village of Splügen, the trail initially follows the tracks of pack-drivers of old, over the Panell down to Sufner See. Admire the Sufnerberge, where Heidi, featuring famous Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, was filmed in 2015.
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  • Zugerberg-Weg

    The journey from the town of Zug into the open countryside takes just eight minutes. The Zugerberg circuit through the high moorlands offers much more than just a phenomenal view of the town, Lake Zug, and the surrounding mountain landscape.
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  • Andermatt Trail

    The Andermatt snowshoe trail runs via Mettlen to the snow-covered Unteralp. The crowning glory of this circular tour: the view from the Mariahilf Chapel over the village of Andermatt at the foot of the Oberalp Pass.
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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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  • Rigi-Klassiker-Winterwanderweg

    This easy high-altitude walk on the queen of mountains features magnificent views out over the Swiss plateau to the Black Forest, the Vosges mountains and the Alps, as well as a breath-taking bird’s-eye view of Lake Lucerne and Lake Zug.
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  • Waldhüttli-Schneeschuhtrail

    This trail takes hikers from a bustling winter sports resort to total seclusion in no time at all. At the highest point on the tour lies a hidden gem: the cosy Waldhüttli mountain pub.
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  • Moränen-Weg

    This is a classic route and very popular for good reason: The views of the 4000-meter peaks of the Valais along the way are without parallel. The path leads from Bettmeralp via Wurzenbord up to Bättmer-Hitta. A walk through the winter wonderland takes you to Fiescheralp.
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  • Chemin du Renardeau

    A lovely walk in the countryside with the delightful surprise of spotting deer in the clearing of the forest. Stop off at the “snow village” at the Tobogganing Park to visit the magical land of igloos.
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  • Oberbach Trail

    This richly contrasting trail runs alongside the river Jogne, revealing a magnificent view over the impressive ridge of the Gastlosen chain.
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  • Iffigfall Trail

    Lenkersee, Iffigbach and, as climax, the Iffigfall – water is the trump card on this snowshoe hike. From Lenk, the trail goes in the direction of the frozen natural phenomenon under the eyes of the mighty Wildstrubel.
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  • Rotenboden-Riffelberg-Weg

    A typical winter panoramic view of the Zermatt region, guaranteed. This winter hiking trail starts in Rotenboden, runs along the Riffelhorn mountain and leads to a spectacular view of the sun-kissed Gornergrat mountain.
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  • Conner Waldweg

    If you like to take it easy but don’t want to miss out on a spectacular view and a magical setting, Flims is just the place: the trail winds its way through the enchanted Flimser Grosswald forest, affording a unique view of the Rhine gorge when it reaches Conn.
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  • Muttner-Höhi-Weg

    The winter hike from the native Walser hamlet of Obermutten to Muttner Höhi is two things: peaceful and full of magnificent views. The Muttnerhorn, Piz Beverin, Albula valley and Muttner Höhi, if you make it that far, all give you a stunning view of the Burgenland Domleschg and Heinzenberg.
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  • Chemin Caux–Gresalleys

    Discover Caux, with its delightful Belle-Epoque buildings, beautiful natural surroundings and stunning views, imbued with a romantic ambiance and incomparable charm. This was a favourite place for the empress Sissi to come and do her long walks.
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  • Chemin des Taillères

    Don’t be afraid of the cold, entering the «Swiss Siberia» does not mean you will automatically be transformed into a block of ice, like the water of the Lac des Taillères which you walk around!
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  • Hochalp Trail

    The Hochalp peak in the Appenzell region is a popular tourist destination, affording splendid views of the snow-covered hills and Mount Säntis.
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  • Rinerhorn-Schlittelbahn

    Intuition and skilful steering are needed here: with 33 bends and unique steep turns, the toboggan run on the Rinerhorn provides an action-packed adrenaline rush.
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  • Descente en luge des Diablerets

    This toboggan run on the slopes of the Col de la Croix zigzags down through fields and forests to Les Diablerets, with stunning views of the mountains of the same name. One of the longest toboggan runs in Switzerland.
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  • Forest Trail

    An idyllic hike through a beautiful forest of arolla pines and larches. The walk takes you to Findeln, where there are breathtaking views of the Matterhorn.
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  • Wildhaus–Gamplüt Trail

    On the sunny side of Wildhaus – with a spectacular view to the Churfirsten – this round trip leads from Wildhaus up to the high plateau of Gamplüt and the Alp Fros on the foothills of Schafberg at Wildhaus.
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  • Gruben-Winterwanderweg

    This continual downhill run from Schönried to Gstaad and varied hike for enthusiastic hikers boasts views of towering mountain peaks, idyllic meadows and the historic heart of the Saanenland.
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