Snowshoe trails

163 Results found

163 Results found
163 Results found
  • Parcours du Chasseron

    An exceptional snowshoe trail, with many points to stop and refuel, taking you to the Chasseron, one of the highest peaks in the Jura, and its unique alpine vista of more than 250km of the Alpine chain.
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  • Parcours Evolène–Arbey

    Enchanting circular snowshoe walk from Evolène through fragrant forest to the alpine pastures of Arbey. From the historical hamlet, you profit from breathtaking views on the snow-covered mountains of the Val d’Hérens. Many of them are higher than 4000 metres above sea level.
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  • Chänelegg Trail

    On this trail, snowshoe hikers have three attractive companions by their side: The alpine scenery of the Lauterbrunnen valley with the world-famous mountain trio of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau can be seen for the entire round trip.
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  • Parcours Robella–Chasseron

    In winter, this is a wonderful route linking the Val-de-Travers and the 360° panoramic view from the summit of Le Chasseron. After an enjoyable climb through pine trees and pastures, once you reach the broad ridge you are rewarded by a breath-taking view from the Doubs to the Alps.
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  • Schneeschuhtrail Göschenen

    This picturesque circular route by the railway village of Göschenen takes you along the Reuss tributary and the Bitziwald. Its low gradient makes it a pleasure for inexperienced snowshoe hikers too.
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  • Alpoglen Trail

    Short and sweet: this short snowshoe tour leads through the pine forest up to Alpoglen with its marvellous view across Lake Sarnen.
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  • Saxeten Trail

    Experience nature and relaxation in the untouched Saxettal valley, surrounded by the Schwalmere, Bällenhöchst and Morgenberghorn peaks, in the distance enchanting Lake Brienz. Hike from this small traffic-free mountain village into the funnel-shaped high valley, the source of Interlaken’s drinking water.
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  • Sellamatt–Zingen Trail

    On quiet soles walking through the mystical natural landscape on the Alp Sellamatt – this trail makes it possible. At the foot of the Churfirsten you can enjoy the wonderful view onto the seven summits and over to Alpstein.
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  • Sparenmoos Trail

    Easy panoramic route over the hilly moorland landscape at Sparenmoos. This sun-drenched high plateau above Zweisimmen boasts magical vistas of the Bernese Alps, the Simmental and Saanenland.
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  • Parcours du Molard

    This “ecOtrace” trail takes you on a journey through timeless surroundings in the hills above the Montreux Riviera. In less than an hour, you’ll travel from charming floral lakeshores to snow-covered peaks with stunning views.
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  • Brambrüesch–Feldis Trail

    Tour with a panorama: the varied snowshoe hike on the Dreibündenstein plateau connects the winter sports regions of Brambrüesch and Feldis. Impressive: the well visible Glarus thrust, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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  • Fiesch–Fiescheralp Trail

    You’re sure to feel in perfect harmony with nature during this snowshoe experience in the region of Aletsch Arena. Over the course of the hike you will climb up through forests with snow-covered trees and along the Heimatt trail until you reach Fiescheralp.
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  • Parcours du Revers

    Winding through the upper reaches and along the right and left bank of the Hongrin as well as a protected natural area, the path offers a breathtaking view of the Cases valley and the jagged summits of the Cape aux Moines and the Vanil des Artses.
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  • Stäfeli Trail

    Get away from it all: this trail runs from the well-preserved Walser settlement of Weissenberge to the idyllic Stäfeli ski hut, where a spectacular panoramic view over the Sernf Valley awaits.
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  • Tgom Trail

    A hike to the Alp Tgom gives views down into the Val Strem and Val Milar valleys – and as far as the lower Surselva region.
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  • Parcours La Givrine–La Cure

    This snowshoe trail between the Col de la Givrine and La Cure, a small village on the border with France, takes you through a tranquil landscape of pastures and forests with spectacular views of the Alpine mountain range.
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  • Spundis Trail

    Muddy winter weather and snowfall? Not to worry! Since you are almost always in the woods on this easy tour over the Brambrüesch plateau, it can also be completed without problems even if the weather is less than perfect.
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  • Parcours de Ratvel

    Walking up to the summit of the Niremont in snowshoes will reward you with an unforgettable panoramic view, from Mont-Blanc to Moléson, via the Jura, Lake Geneva and Lake Neuchâtel. A charming walk in a protected natural area.
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  • Parcours des Breuleux

    The pastured woodland of Les Breuleux is one of the most beautiful sites in the Franches-Montagnes. Vast and mysterious, crossing it is just like immersing yourself in another world where the landscape is covered in endless pine trees that are well enough spread out for a snowshoe excursion.
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  • Erzegg Trail

    The sun-drenched upland plateau of Melchsee-Frutt is situated at the heart of Switzerland. The quiet and unspoilt scenery of this area around the former spa resort can be enjoyed to the full on a snowshoe trail.
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  • Parcours Bretaye–Lac des Chavonnes

    This snowshoe trail will take you on a discovery of the Bretaye plateau and the delightful scenery around Lake Les Chavonnes. Here you can admire the beautiful reflections of the trees around the edge of this mountain lake.
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  • Hospental Trail

    Following the footsteps of the muleteers, this short and technically simple circular trail affords a variety of views into the Ursern Valley. Start and finish at Hospental with its striking Tower of the Lords.
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  • Pardiel-Laufböden Trail

    The snow shoe trail on Pizol goes above the timber line and offers spectacular views to the Alpine panorama and into the Tectonic Arena Sardona. Thanks to the altitude there is most likely a lot of snow.
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  • Riggisalp Trail

    Although it is in the Pre-Alps, walking the snowshoe trail in the Riggisalp will feel as though you are in the high mountains: the route is bordered by the Schwarzsee’s two impressive peaks, the Kaiseregg and the Spitzfluh.
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  • Parcours du Mont-Pèlerin

    At an altitude of 1,080 m and perched on the hills above Lavaux, a UNESCO world heritage site, Mont-Pèlerin is a spectacular vantage point offering a wealth of stunning views all along the trail.
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  • Parcours de l’Archette

    The Archette snowshoe trail is a circular route starting at the village of St-Cergue, taking you through snowy forests, with fantastic views of the Alps and Lake Geneva.
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  • Sur Savuogn Trail

    On the sunny slopes high above the Inn valley the snowshoe route, which is fairly steep at the outset, leads through open country from Ramosch to Vna, and then back again through woodland.
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