Cross-country skiing on Flumserberg
A variety of trails amidst a stunning winter landscape
Cross-country skiing through a snowy winter landscape: On Flumserberg, cross-country skiers of all levels of skill explore nature at their own pace. Athletic or completely relaxed: A total of 20 kilometres of groomed and signposted cross-country ski trail kilometres invite you to actively enjoy your time in the mountains of Switzerland.
Cross-country skiing with a great view
All cross-country ski trails on Flumserberg at a glance
Flumserberg ski resort boasts a wide variety of cross-country trails for all levels of skill and fitness. Amidst snow-covered landscapes, you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, recharge your batteries, and enjoy nature to the fullest.
Madils / Alp Tannenboden
- 4 km classic cross-country trail
- 4 km skating trail
- 1 km skating race trail
Alp Tannenboden – Prodalp connecting trail
- 3 km skating trail to Prodalp (elevation gain: 175 m)
Prodalp scenic-view trail
- 1 km classic cross-country trail
- 1 km skating trail
Prodalp – Panüöl – Fursch
- 4 km skating trail to Panüöl
- 2 km skating trail from Panüöl to Fursch
|Verbindungsloipe Alp Tannenboden-Prodalp||
You can find the current cross-country ski trail map in the overview of all open facilities and lifts at Flumserberg winter sports resort. Cross-country skiing equipment can be rented from INTERSPORT FLUMSERBERG in Tannenboden. The waxing room remains closed due to the current covid-19 situation. The cross-country skis can be waxed at INTERSPORT FLUMSERBERG in Tannenboden Village. Free-of-charge changing rooms and lockers are available at the Restaurant Sennenstube.
For a well-deserved break, you might want to stop by at Alprestaurant Panüöl or Teehütte Fursch. If you would like to soak up the sun, you can also make yourself comfortable on the large scenic-view sundeck of Prodalp mountain restaurant.
Classic or skating
Book a cross-country course
Learn to cross-country ski on the Flumserberg - individually. If you wish, you can also book private lessons in addition to the regular course programme.
Skating on the dog trail
For a sporty day in the company of your pet, we recommend visiting the dog trail on Alp Tannenboden. The 2-km-long skating trail is signposted and open to all dogs and their owners. Provided the track is not already occupied by huskies, of course. During your visit to the dog trail, your four-legged friends must be kept on a leash, and you must pick up after your dog.
Information about trail grooming and signposting
What you should know about the trails on Flumserberg
The cross-country ski trails at Flumserberg resort are regularly groomed. On Alp Tannenboden, they are marked with turquoise-coloured signs. From Alp Tannenboden via Prodalp to Panüöl, you will follow the winter hiking trail. In extreme weather conditions, it is not possible to use the entire 20 km network of trails. In this case, you will only be allowed to use the cross-country ski trails in the Madils / Alp Tannenboden area. The classic cross-country ski trail cannot be groomed in snowfall.
Prices cross-country ski passes
|Swiss cross-country ski pass||140.00|
|Season ticket Flumserberg||50.00|
|Day ticket (25 % discount with the Heidiland Adventure Pass)||8.00|
The cross-country ski pass for Flumserberg
Children up to 16 years of age can use the cross-country ski trails free of charge. With a purchase of a cross-country ski pass for the Flumserberg resort, you support both the cost and maintenance of the infrastructure (changing rooms). When you order a pass at the Flumserberg information point, the team will deliver it to your doorstep. Alternatively, you can also collect it right on site at the following locations:
- Flumserberg info point
- Restaurant Sennenstube at the Madils / Alp Tannenboden cross-country ski trail
- at the valley station of the Flumserberg cable cars and lifts in Tannenheim
- INTERSPORT FLUMSERBERG Tannenboden
Swiss cross-country ski pass
With the Swiss cross-country ski pass, you benefit from two special offers on Flumserberg:
- CHF 8.00 for a ride on the Tannenheim-Prodalp cable car and back, if you also have a half-fare or GA travel card.
- 10% discount on overnight stays at Hotel Tannenboden and on the admission to the sauna
Order your cross-country ski pass right away and look forward to pure cross-country skiing joy on Flumserberg!
How to get to entrance of the cross-country trails
Arriving by car
Highway exit Flums/Flumserberg and drive up on Flumserbergstrasse until the village of Tannenboden. Follow the signs for the restaurant Sennenstube (Alp Tannenboden).
As there is only a limited number of parking spaces at the restaurant, we recommend parking along the road to the restaurant and using the short walk to warm up immediately. The entrance to the cross-country ski trail is right next to the restaurant Sennenstube.
Parking spaces will be allocated on Flumserberg. Mention to the staff that you would like to cross-country ski. If there are still parking spaces available, you can drive further up. Otherwise you can also take the free wintersport bus to Tannenboden village and then walk up to the Sennenstube (approx. 10min).
Arriving by public transport
Postbus: Train to Flums or Sargans and change there. Take the Postbus line 441 in the direction of Flumserberg Tannenboden. Get off at the bus stop Tannenboden Village and walk up to the restaurant Sennenstube (approx. 10 min.).
Train: Train to Unterterzen, then glide up with the SeeJet gondola to Flumserberg Tannenboden. At the exit of the mountain station, turn left on foot into the street towards Tannboden Village. In the village, walk up to the right to the restaurant Sennenstube (approx. 15 min.). The entrance to the cross-country ski trail is right next to the restaurant Sennenstube.