Snowshoe hiking on Flumserberg

Always on the right snowshoe trail

Imagine... freshly snow-covered forests and meadows, magnificent panorama and you in the middle of it all.

Strap on your snowshoes and hear the snow crackle under your boots – enjoy the winter landscape and tranquility away from the ski slopes. The wintry landscape at Flumserberg can be explored well on one of the three officially signposted snowshoe routes. If you are on the snowshoe trails on the Flumserberg, you can't avoid a visit to the Alprestaurant Panüöl. A great view of the Spitzmeilen and the surrounding area beckons – the sun terrace is ideal for a break during your leisure activity.

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Schneeschuhtrail Panüöl-Prodalp
Schneeschuhtrail Prodalp-Panüöl
Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

The start of your snowshoe hiking adventure

Snowshoe hikers who would like to set out on a winter tour can easily reach the trails with the following cable cars and lifts: 

  • SeeJet / A1 + A2 (Unterterzen-Oberterzen-Tannenboden) 8-seater gondola 
  • BergJet / B1 (Tannenboden-Maschgenkamm) 8-seater gondola
  • Prodalp-Express / C1 (Tannenheim-Prodalp) 12-seater gondola
  • Panüöl / B8 (Panüöl-Maschgenkamm) 6-seater chairlift

The trails lead you from Prodalp to Panüöl and back or from Panüöl with a loop back to Panüöl. You simply follow the pink snowshoe trail signs. Whether as a couple or as a group: On a total length of 11 km you walk along the routes through the deep snowy idyll on Flumserberg.


All snowshoe trails on Flumserberg

The snowshoe trails on Flumserberg start either at Prodalp or Panüöl. You can take your route under your shoes from there. Discover the winter paradise Flumserberg relaxed and at your own pace.

Also for skiers a snowshoe tour is a welcome change during the winter season. You will be equipped by the local sport stores

Tip: Take advantage of the opportunity for a guided snowshoe hike, let yourself be accompanied by a guide.


SwitzerlandMobility Schneeschuhtrail Plattis Nr. 730

Dates and facts:

  • Start and finish: Panüöl
  • Length: 3 km
  • Ascent: 120 m
  • Descent: 120 m
  • Condition: easy

The highlights of the snowshoe trail: 

  • Round tour across the Plattis plateau.
  • Panüöl as starting and end point, visit to the Panüöl alpine restaurant
  • View of the Spitzmeilen and into the area


SwitzerlandMobility Schneeschuhtrail Panüöl - Prodalp 731

Dates and facts:

  • Start: Panüöl
  • Destination: Prodalp
  • Length: 4 km
  • Ascent: 80 m
  • Descent: 300 m
  • Condition: easy

Highlights of the snowshoe trail: 

  • Trail from Panüöl to Prodalp, the trail can also be started from Prodalp.
  • Prodalp as the end point, visit to the Prodalp mountain restaurant
  • View of the Spitzmeilen and the surrounding area


Gastronomy offer for your day on the snowshoe trails

A leisurely stopover is part of a snowshoe hike. In Panüöl, the alpine restaurant beckons with the slogan "idyllic & traditional". How about a homemade cheese fondue? The Flumserberg fondue is made with love by the Steiner family and served in the Alprestaurant Panüöl or on the sun terrace. 

The Bergrestaurant Prodalp stands for the words "right in the middle & international". Centrally located, the mountain restaurant is the ideal meeting point for visitors of all winter sports. Whether snowshoers, winter hikers, sledders or skiers – everyone meets here for lunch. 

To the restaurants

The right equipment for your snowshoe tour

You don't own any equipment for your snowshoe tour? No problem, the two branches Tannenboden and Tannenheim of the INTERSPORT Network Flumserberg will equip you with the right gear.

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The quality of the snowshoe trails is important. Bergträume GmbH has been commissioned as trail supervisor to check the markings.

Do you have any questions or suggestions? The Flumserberg information centre is happy to receive them.

Protect forest and wildlife

A winter landscape that provides space for wildlife as well as for sporting activities – this is the goal to pursue. Only an economical use of their energy reserves allows wildlife to survive the harsh mountain winter. Understanding and respect for wildlife, as expressed in the four rules of the "Snow sports with consideration" campaign, depend on broad support in society. It is forbidden to enter the wildlife rest areas.