Winter hiking

146 Results found

146 Results found
146 Results found
  • Rothenthurm-Winterwanderweg

    On this winter hiking trail, you can escape the fog and enjoy the mystical mood in the open landscape of the upland moor, the largest in Switzerland. It lies in a high valley where the Biber river flows in its natural bed.
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  • Ibergeregg-Rundweg

    A scenic winter walk in the Mythen Region leading through the unspoilt landscape of a protected moorland. This easy to moderate route takes you through snowy pre-alpine surroundings without any major differences in altitude but with spectacular views of the Mythen mountains.
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  • Realp-Tiefenbach-Weg

    The James Bond film, Goldfinger, shot in 1964, made this area a part of film history because of all the narrow curves on the Furka Pass road. And this is the very road on which this winter hiking trail runs from Realp to Tiefenbach.
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  • Klewenalp-Ängi-Weg

    The winter sports destinations of Klewenalp and Stockhütte offer a wide range of highlights away from the ski pistes, too: one of these is the romantic winter trail hrough Ängi Valley with a superb view over Lake Lucerne.
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  • Chemin Col des Etroits–La Gittaz-Dessous

    This walk to the village of Gittaz-Dessous is suited to all abilities. Starting from the Col des Etroits, it’s a chance to recharge your batteries in the heart of the mountain pastures, surrounded by the exceptional wildlife of the peaceful and secret Mont-des-Cerfs.
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  • Chemin Le Noirmont–Le Creux-des-Biches

    This winter hike connecting Le Noirmont railway station to Creux-des-Biches railway station is an idyllic walk among the pine trees of the Franches-Montagnes. It's a relatively flat trail that connects one railway station to another.
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  • Senda Alp da Munt–Alp Champatsch

    Bathed in sunshine the panoramic high route leads through the isolated and snow-clad landscape above the Val Müstair. Highlights: Alp Champatsch, whose original buildings now stand in the Swiss Open-Air Museum in Ballenberg, and the little village of Lü, claimed to be the darkest place in Switzerland.
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  • Sentiero Pian Cales

    A beautiful hike with views over the resort of San Bernardino and the surrounding mountains. Our constant companion on our journey over an idyllic alpine pasture and the ski slopes of Pian Cales: the Piz Uccello, the landmark of San Bernardino.
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  • Winterwanderweg Gais

    Outsmarting the fog: This easy hike takes you from the village of Gais, awarded with the Wakker Prize, to the Stoss Pass and back again, along sunny slopes that offer a magnificent view of the Rhine Valley.
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  • Chemin Isenau–Col du Pillon

    The winter walk between Isenau and the Col du Pillon offers spectacular views of the Les Diablerets mountains and the peaks surrounding Les Diablerets and passes by Lake Retaud situated in a basin on the south side of the Palette and frozen in winter.
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  • Rundweg Aeschi–Aeschiried

    This winter hiking trail takes you to the most scenic lookout points around Aeschi. Several benches invite you to linger and admire the views. The ever-changing views of the Frutigtal valley, Mount Niesen, Lake Thun and the peaks above the fog line are without equal.
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  • Morteratsch-Winterwanderweg

    A short trail through thousands of years of the Earth’s history. The Morteratsch Glacier Trail takes hikers along an easy path directly to the glacier tongue of the third longest glacier in the eastern Alps. An educational trail provides information on this receding glacier.
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  • Sparenmoos-Winterwanderweg

    This hike affords beautiful views into the Simmental and the Saanenland, western Bernese Oberland and the Vaud Alps. Equally as pleasing are the delightful meadows and quiet, clear pine forests on this peaceful plateau.
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  • Winterwanderweg Justistal

    Alongside the Grönbach stream in the secluded Justital valley, past the site of the famous ‘Chästeilete’, or annual cheese sharing. Between steep mountain flanks further into the valley, from where it is plain to see how the Sichelpass (Sichel = sickle or crescent) got its name.
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  • Grottenweg

    Engelberg’s Grotto Trail leads to the «End of the World». This high-altitude path takes walkers through a snowy landscape with views of Engelberg, past the famous «seven springs», and on to the Lourdes grotto and Horbis.
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  • St.-Moritz-Maloja-Seenweg

    The region of Engadin St. Moritz owes much of its world-famous beauty to its unique lake plateau. And there is certainly something particularly poetic about a winter hike across these three frozen lakes.
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  • Naraus-Panoramaweg

    This hike covers an altitude difference of several hundred metres on a constant downward slope, with treeless and shaded sections that pass by numerous vantage points. Another bonus: mountain inns can be found at regular intervals along the way.
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  • Bergün-Sonnenweg

    A winter hiking route on the sunny hillside at Bergün. Take a gentle walk through snow-covered forests to the hamlet of Latsch, where the Heidi films were shot, and enjoy the views into the Albula Valley and of the striking Bergünerstöcke peaks.
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  • Mittelberg-Weg

    This cozy hike leads to the old mountain hut settlement in Mittelberg and offers a beautiful natural experience. Along the way, you can visit the Alpine Cheese Dairy and before the destination, a visit to the Schlössli Parpan (small castle) is recommended.
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  • Chemin Saignelégier–Le Noirmont

    This hike from Saignelégier leads you to Le Noirmont through the typical scenery of the Jura. The route allows you to discover the capital of the Franches-Montagnes, Saignelégier, well known for its Marché-Concours National de chevaux (National Horse Show).
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  • Moosfluh-Riederalp-Weg

    The fabulous view of the Aletsch Glacier is just one of the reasons for choosing this popular route. It follows Härdernagrat with constant views of the fascinating Alpine landscape of the UNESCO world heritage site. The Victorian-style Villa Cassel, located on the way to Riederalp, is another amazing sight.
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  • Winterwanderweg Tenna

    The circular hiking trail with a view of the Piz Beverin showcases the unique Safien Valley mountains, as well as the innovative mountain village of Tenna with the world’s first solar ski lift. Visitors are sure to spot the solar cells on many of the rooftops.
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  • Grüsch-Danusa-Panoramaweg

    The panorama winter hiking trail with impressive views into the Rhine valley, to the Prättigau and the Bündner Dolomites is on the plateau in the middle of the family friendly ski area Grüsch-Danusa.
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  • La-Plaiv-Winterwanderweg

    What space. What light. What joy! The La Plaiv winter hiking trail is one of the most beautiful trails in the Engadin. Your gaze wanders across the wide open valley as the Inn river rushes past and skiers weave their way down the slopes above Zuoz.
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  • Sedrun-Disentis-Weg

    This popular winter hike on the sunny side of the valley follows the railway line until Disentis. Impressive sights along the way include a view of the village below and the three peaks of the Piz Muraun, Piz Cazirauns and Piz Caschleglia in the distance.
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  • Nühusweidli-Winterwanderweg

    The winter hiking trail at Stoos offers a leisurely alternative for those who want to escape the bustle of winter sports and find peace in the mountains of Central Switzerland.
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  • Chemin La Givrine–Le Vermeilley

    This winter walk between La Givrine and Le Vermeilley involves a gentle climb affording beautiful views of the forest in the heart of the Parc Jura Vaudois and a panoramic vista of Mont Blanc.
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  • Sihlsee-Winterwanderweg

    Combining the contemplation and baroque splendour of Einsiedeln Abbey with the wintry hush and scenic beauty of Lake Sihl, this panoramic hike also offers views of the Etzel and the Ybrig mountains.
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  • Chemin des Rasses

    This hiking trail runs from the resort of Les Rasses to the hamlet of Les Cluds, a mecca for winter activities in the region. With its exceptional views of the Alps, from the Eiger to Mont-Blanc, it’s a truly memorable route.
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  • Toggenburger Sagenweg

    The winter hiking path over Alp Sellamatt leads through the fabulous natural landscape in the bosom of Churfirsten. The view reaches far down into Thur Valley and the sea of fog, which is in winter often spreading over the lowland. Boards at the wayside tell legends from Toggenburg.
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