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Snowshoeing

There are several marked snowshoeing trails in Binntal nature park – from easy to difficult. Before you set out, make sure you have the right clothing and gear, and take a 1:25,000 map or GPS with you.
You can find information on all the trails here: www.globaltrail.ch

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Alp Trail

Snowshoe tour: The Alp Trail starts at Ernen and takes you along a route next to the sports hall in a westerly direction across a meadow. After a few hundred metres on the road, Binntalstrasse, the trail then leads through the forest.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: 4 - 6hLength: 9.00km

Chäserstatt Trail

Snow-shoe tour: The Chäserstatt-Trail starts at the large parking lot in Mühlebach.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: 2 - 4hLength: 2.30km

Erner Galen Trail

The information panel for the start of the trail is located at the Mountain Hotel Chäserstatt. Idyllic ascent through gnarled larch forests.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: 2 - 4hLength: 4.00km

Natura Trail

The snow-shoe trail leads from Fäld through semi-open larch woods and over open meadows to the rear of Binntal and then up to Eggerboden and back to Fäld, one of the most beautiful hamlets in the Upper Valais.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: 2 - 4hLength: 6.00km

Trusera Trail

The start panel is located in Ausserbinn near the bus stop (Wasen/Zauberwald).
From there, you walk up to Binnegga. After a short rest in Binnegga, you go down to the Trusera irrigation channel.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: < 2hLength: 3.00km

Ze Milere Trail

The Ze Milere snowshoe tour in Grengiols begins at the Eggelti junction (Oberdorf-Bädel road) and after a slight incline leads you along the edge of the forest towards Eggelti.

Snow shoe-route
Time required: < 2hLength: 2.50km
 

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