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Fäld - Mässersee - Geisspfad

Fäld - Mässersee - Geisspfad

Maniboden and the lakes Mässersee and Geisspfadsee are some of the most impressive landscape features in the park. If you are not keen on walking for seven hours, you can just visit Maniboden and lake Mässersee and then go down from Schäre to the mineral mine and back to Fäld. This hike, with an altitude difference of 1,000 m, is only suitable for experienced mountain hikers.

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Landschaftspark Binntal

Postfach 20

3996 Binn

+41 27 971 50 50

info@landschaftspark-binntal.ch

http://www.landschaftspark-binntal.ch

Starting point

Starting point
Fäld
Arrival with public transport (stop/station)
Binn, Fäld
Altitude
1547 m

Destination

Destination
Fäld
Altitude
1547 m

Route-information

Length
13.00 km
Amount untarred route
12.00 km
Vertical heigth
1000 m
Time required
>4h
Level technique
3
Level condition
3
 
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Bärgkristall Inn

Bärgkristall Inn

Landschaftspark Binntal

Restaurant - Inn - Events - this triumvirate in the middle of the most remote permanently inhabited Walser settlement im Fäld in the valley of Binn (about 20 minutes with the car from Ernen).

  • Gastronomy
  • Accomodation
  • Restaurant
  • Guest house
Manibode

Manibode

Landschaftspark Binntal

The walk to Manibode takes 2 h 30 and lies on the route to the Geisspfad (goat's trail).

  • Sight / Place of interest
  • Natural landscape / Habitat
Lengenbach mineral quarry - © www.sebastianmagnani.com

Lengenbach mineral quarry

Landschaftspark Binntal

From the car park in Fäld, it takes 20-30 minutes to get to the Lengenbach mineral quarry, which is one of the ten most famous places in the world where minerals are found.

  • Sight / Place of interest
  • Playground
  • Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure Summer
  • Geology