Family summer on Flumserberg
Family holidays in the mountains in summer
5 tips for holidays with children on Flumserberg
Between Zurich and Chur and directly above Lake Walen, families seeking relaxation can enjoy a well-deserved getaway – whether it is for a day or for a week. The same applies for all those who want to experience tons of fun and variety, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Are you in the mood to breathe some fresh mountain air? What follows are 5 tips for an unforgettable summer at Flumserberg holiday resort.
Way up high and swiftly downhill
1. CLiiMBER climbing tower and FLOOMZER summer toboggan run
The CLiiMBER climbing tower and the FLOOMZER summer toboggan run are clearly among the summer highlights on the Swiss mountain. This does not come as a surprise – after all, both children and adults love to go climbing and summer tobogganing. The special FLOOMZER & CLiiMBER combo ticket is your ticket to a varied family day on Flumserberg.
Child-appropriate hiking trails
2. Hiking with children and baby buggies on Flumserberg
Hiking on Flumserberg is a must for families – even if some family members are not old enough to walk yet. Various hiking trails suitable for baby buggies ensure that nothing stands in your way of a wonderful day in the mountains. The mountain railways comfortably take you to the starting points of the routes, and what’s more: Children up to the age of 6 and accompanied by an adult can use them free of charge!
Rent it instead of lugging it along: You can leave your own baby buggy at home. For the duration of your stay, you can borrow a cross-country baby buggy – free of charge – at the Flumserberg info point. As a security, you will be asked to make a deposit of CHF 100.00 or provide an identity card.
Recommended routes on Flumserberg – suitable for a hike with baby buggy:
- Prodalp-Panüol-Prodalp: approx. 3 h, 6 km (return 12 km), 1580 m to 1800 m
- Tannenboden-Madils-Prodalp: about 1.5 h, 1400 m to 1576 m (rather demanding)
- Seeblick loop starting at Tannenboden: approx. 20 min, 1400 m
- Schwammkopf loop starting at Tannenboden: approx. 45 min, 1400 m
- Tannenheim-Mittenwald: approx. 20 to 30 min, 1220 m to 1275 m
- Ziger loop starting at Maschgenkamm: approx. 45 min, 2 km, 2020 m
If you would like to find out more about the individual trails: Check out the hiking routes including the detailed descriptions.
As soon as the little ones have outgrown their buggies, they will definitely enjoy exploring the various adventure trails. Fossils, fairy tales, or alpine flora: On Flumserberg, family-friendly hikes perfectly combine having fun in nature and learning something new.