Winter hiking & snowshoeing

Three winter hiking trails and three snowshoe trails freshly prepared on a daily basis are ready to be explored by visitors. The panoramic mountain trail with the Tagweidlichopf at 2,275 m above sea level on the Pizol is not just a highlight in geographical terms.

No basic knowledge is required to enjoy winter hiking and snowshoeing, although it is advisable that you wear a good pair of warm winter boots. The winter hiking trails and the snowshoe trails lead through a fairytale winter landscape with a fascinating broad view extending from the Grisons and Glarus Alps over to Liechtenstein and the Austrian Alps.

Note: Due to the operating permit, we are not allowed to transport pedestrians and snowshoe walkers on the Schwamm chairlift! In general, snowshoeing is only allowed on the official, marked routes.