Tours around Randa

27 Tours

Cross (Nr. 65)

Hiking trail | medium

This varied walk leading past the hamlet of Wildi reveals measures local people have taken to protect themselves from nature, which can often show her wilder side.

 4,3 km  1,45 h  394 m  396 m

Dom Ascent

Alpine tour | hard

The Dom, at 4,545 m, is the highest mountain located completely within Switzerland. This majestic mountain is part of the Mischabel group. The starting point of this tour is the Dom Hut at 2,940 m.

 11,1 km  9,30 h  1574 m  1574 m

Dom Hut (Nr. 62)

Alpine trail | hard

The Dom Hut (2,940 m) is a mountain refuge run by the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) and equipped with ultra-modern facilities. Its strategic location makes it a popular choice for ascents of seven of the highest mountains in the Alps.

 5,4 km  4,30 h  1532 m  2 m

Europa Trail

Multi-day hike | hard

The Europa Trail between Grächen and Zermatt is considered by many to be the most beautiful 2-day hike in the Alps. The views along this mountain panorama including the Matterhorn are famous around the world.

 37,7 km  16,0 h  2363 m  1709 m

Family Trail (Nr. 134)

Snowshoeing | easy

This snowshoe trail is an excellent choice for families. It is not too long, technically not challenging and not far from civilisation. It goes through a light forest where something can be seen time and again. 

 3,6 km  2,0 h  117 m  180 m

Gornergrat Zermatt Marathon

Trail running | hard

The Gornergrat Zermatt Marathon is one of the finest running events in the Alps. Start in St. Niklaus, finish in Zermatt – with the option of racing all the way to the top of the Gornergrat.

 41,9 km  5,5 h  1840 m  405 m

Gross Kastel (Nr. 63)

Mountain trail | hard

The hike leads up a lesser-known mountain, the Gross Kastel (2,830 m). Beautiful view of the Bis Glacier and its crevasses.

 6,2 km  3,40 h  1428 m  7 m

Matterhorn Tour

Multi-day hike | hard

This is the ultimate hike around the world’s most beautiful mountain, the Matterhorn. The tour begins in Randa and leads anticlockwise around the pyramid-shaped peak, revealing the iconic mountain’s many different facets.

 147,3 km  60,0 h  10353 m  10143 m

Matterhorn Valley Trail Bike Tour (Nr. 20)

Mountain biking | medium

Accompanied by changing but still fascinating views along with the wild waters of the Vispa or the snow-capped mountain peaks – this is the new bike trail from Zermatt to Visp. It is suitable for all bike riders who are enthusiastic about nature and really like a somewhat technically difficult but still a bit longer tour.

 38,2 km  3,30 h  120 m  1075 m

Randa Cross-Country Ski Trail

Cross-country skiing | medium

If Täsch is the trail for gentle cross-country skiing, then Randa is the choice for a more athletic challenge. The groomed terrain is slightly hilly and requires fitness and skill.

 4,8 km  0,45 h  208 m  208 m

Randa Fitness Trail

Jogging | easy

The fitness trail leads through the forest area along the Wildibach river between Täsch and Randa. The route is shady.

 2,5 km  2,30 h  37 m  53 m

Randa Forest Trail (Nr. 66)

Hiking trail | medium

This walk through the protective forest above Randa, suitable for children, often has surprises in store: ibex may even put in an appearance.

 5,9 km  2,20 h  493 m  493 m

Randa Village Trail (Nr. 133)

Winter hiking | easy

The Village Trail winds through a stunning, snowy landscape and the delightful village of Randa.

 4,7 km  1,30 h  172 m  172 m

Randa toboggan run

Sledging | easy

The toboggan run in Randa is ideal for families with children. Located in the heart of the village, it requires no great physical effort: the slope is gentle, not too long and not too steep.

 0,2 km  0,5 h  0 m  29 m

Randa-Kin Hut (Nr. 67)

Mountain trail | medium

In this region above Randa, names of geographical features such as Wildkin and Wildibach hint at the wild nature of the landscape. It’s no surprise that this walk up to the Kin Hut is also wild and beautiful.

 7,9 km  3,30 h  1401 m  224 m

Schaliberg (Nr. 64)

Hiking trail | medium

Highlights of this medium-difficulty walk from Randa include Alp Rötiboden (1,970 m), which offers breathtaking views over the valley and of the surrounding mountain peaks.

 7,5 km  3,45 h  630 m  630 m

Tour Monte Rosa - Matterhorn

Multi-day hike | hard

This tour around the Monte Rosa massif is one of the finest long-distance hikes in the Alps. Requirements: fitness and stamina.

 168,2 km  58,0 h  10696 m  10696 m

Täsch Circular Trail (Nr. 132)

Winter hiking | easy

This circular trail leads along the flat valley floor around Täsch, making it ideal for relaxed strolls with the kids or the dog.

 4,4 km  1,10 h  32 m  32 m

Täsch Circular Trail (Nr. 42)

Hiking trail | easy

This round walk is perfect for anyone wishing to acclimatise to the altitude or simply relax. It’s also ideal for families with children.

 4,6 km  1,10 h  28 m  28 m

Täsch Cross-Country Ski Trail

Cross-country skiing | easy

The 10 km long trail between Täsch and Randa is hugely popular with fans of both classic and skate skiers. There is plenty of varying terrain to discover in the well-groomed Matterhorn trail area.

 10 km  1,0 h  260 m  261 m

Täsch-Randa (Nr. 131)

Winter hiking | easy

This simple winter hiking trail leads along the right-hand side of the valley from Täsch to Randa. Ideal for families.

 4,2 km  1,10 h  17 m  45 m

Täsch-Randa-Täsch Bike Tour (Nr. 31)

Mountain biking | easy

The Täsch-Randa circuit is perfect for the whole family. It leads along the valley floor through forests, along meadows and through typical Valais mountain villages.

 15,3 km  1,45 h  356 m  356 m

Täschalp-Kin Hut (Nr. 49)

Mountain trail | medium

This hike requires quite an effort, given total climbs of 1,000 m – but rewards walkers with some delightful discoveries.

 7 km  3,5 h  703 m  312 m

Village Forest Trail (Nr. 60)

Hiking trail | easy

The Village Forest Trail offers new arrivals a perfect opportunity to get acclimatised, and is also ideal for walks with children.

 4,5 km  1,20 h  172 m  172 m

Weisshorn Hut (Nr. 61)

Hiking trail | hard

This tough trail is suitable for experienced mountain hikers in good physical shape. The route entails an ascent of 1,774 vertical metres – but the climb is well worth the effort.

 21,6 km  7,0 h  2625 m  1552 m