Spend the full moon night on the mountain and enjoy a ski or snowboard descent in the moonlight.
If the moon is full - and the weather is good - you will stay on the mountain after the regular operation and spend a cozy evening with aperitif and dinner in the Pizolhütte. Together and accompanied by a Pizolbahnen employee, the group then skis back to Furt, where the gondola will transport you back to the valley station in Wangs. If you prefer to extend your night skiing a little longer, you can then enjoy the illuminated slopes of the night skiing between Furt and Maienberg. The restaurants at Furt are also still open and invite you to a cozy nightcap. The last descent with the gondola to Wangs is at 10:30 pm.
Dates for the moonlight descents
Times and procedure
15:30 p.m. Latest time for the ascent from Wangs
16:00 p.m. Latest time for the ascent from Furt
16:15 p.m. Latest time for the ascent from Gaffia
16:30 p.m. Arrival at the Pizolhütte
17:00 p.m. Apéro
17:30 p.m. Dinner with starter, main course and dessert
20:15 p.m. Meeting point for the joint descent to Furt
22:30 p.m. Last descent with the Wangs gondola
Prices and Reservation
Moonlight descent incl. aperitif and dinner for season and annual ticket holders
Adult (from 18 years): CHF 50.00
Youth (13 - 17 years): CHF 40.00
Child (6 - 12 years): CHF 30.00
Moonlight descent incl. aperitif, dinner and day ticket
Adult (from 18 years): CHF 95.00
Youth (13 - 17 years): CHF 64.00
Child (6 - 12 years): CHF 42.00
Moonlight descent incl. aperitif, dinner and night skiing
Adult (18 years and older): CHF 72.50
Youth (13 - 17 years): CHF 55.50
Child (6 - 12 years): CHF 37.00
Please reserve the moonlight descent directly at the Pizolhütte until 12:00 noon the day before. The moonlight descent only takes place in good weather and with sufficient registrations. The number of participants is limited to 50.
from CHF 32.-
Good to know
The moonlight descent is only bookable for skiers/snowboarders. There is no possibility to get from the Pizolhütte to the valley on foot, because the lifts are not in operation for a return trip.
The glow of the full moon will show you the way on the descent. However, it is also highly recommended to bring a headlamp for extra light.