The destination offers 65 km of winter walking paths, 20 km of them above the villages of Täsch and Randa. Enjoy the peace and quiet away from the pistes, on high altitude paths with marvellous views. Wander through snow-covered woods, or follow the traces of the ancient Wallisers, up to the Zmutt hamlet. Almost all winter walking paths have a gentle inclination, both up and down. With up to 500 metres in altitude difference, however, some paths represent a greater challenge. It’s not unusual to see a chamois or even an ibex from time to time, and, on the path from Blauherd to Fluhalp, you can also learn how animals survive the winter. The Gourmet Path and the Winter Trail are also suitable for nordic walking. Make the step towards a healthy and gentle form of movement and observe the beauty away from the piste.
Please note that spikes and sticks are required on some winter tracks.
The map only shows the winter-walking trails that are open. All indications without engagement.
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