Swiss Ski and Snowboard School Flumserberg Snowshoeing

Discover the benefits of a leisurely pace! Gazing at snow crystals glistening in brilliant sunshine, snow flurries drifting through majestic pine forests or the pale blue light of a full moon: snowshoe tracks mark various stages of speechless wonder.

Welcome to our unspoilt landscape!

Our guided snowshoe tours do not require the level of fitness you need for Himalayan expeditions. We are locals, so we know the area like the back of our hands! We will naturally take your needs into consideration when planning and carrying out the tours.

We offer you various options:

Taster tours
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 26 December 2019 – 30 April 2020
2.15 p.m. - 3.45 p.m.
Meeting place: Flumserberg information centre

  CHF
With own equipment 40.00
With rental equipment 70.00
Extra charge for telescopic walking poles as per supplier's price list.                                                 
 
Group offer for companies, clubs and schools
Prices excl. equipment 
  CHF
2.5 hours in the morning 290.00
2.5 hours in the afternoon 270.00
All day (5 hours) 470.00
                          
 
Full moon tours
Experience a thing of real beauty: snowshoe hiking on the night of a full moon. Let yourself be lured away into the glistening winter landscape under a magical starlit sky.

Dates: around 10 January, 9 February and 9 March 2020
5.15 p.m. - approx. 7.00 p.m.
Meeting place: Tannenboden information centre 
  CHF
With own equipment 40.00
With rental equipment 70.00
 
Booking                  

All day tours and privately guided tours for individuals
Give us a call, we would be pleased to help you!   

You can also book here:
Booking (Link to private lesson booking form)

Equipment rental
Our above-mentioned offers are only valid for rental equipment from Intersport Flumserberg/Tannenboden
Tel. +41 (0)81 733 31 33


Important:
• If you are in any doubt, never go without a guide!
• Keep a constant eye on the prevailing snow and weather conditions and the avalanche situation. 
• Respect wildlife sanctuary zones! Trespassing can lead to a substantial fine.
• Individual tours require good knowledge of the local area. Thorough preparation is
  always necessary.
• Good equipment is essential. Appropriate footwear is particularly important and poles are
  also helpful.
• Take sufficient food/drinks with you.
• Never embark on a tour without suitable maps.