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Snowshoe trekking - listen to the snow crunching under your feet

Two marked snowshoe paths

Tranquil nature and snowy delights await snowshoe fans on the Fürenalp. 

The two well-marked snowshoe trails "Grotzli-trail" and "Titlis-trail" surrounded by the snow covered mountains are unique!  Listen to the snow crunching under your feet. The Titlis-trail is ideal for first time yetis and for children. Der Grotzli-Trail is longer with a higher altitude and needs a better physical condition. Both are round tours.

You have excellent views of the Gross Spannort and Chli Spannort, which are reminiscent of the Dolomites with their soaring jagged peaks. Keep your camera ready and soak in the beauty of the natural surroundings.

After a nice snowshoe hike in the Fürenalp region you can let yourself be spoiled in the mountain restaurant Fürenalp.

Grotzli Snowshoe-Trail Fürenalp

Distance3.5 km
Ascent169 m
Descent155 m
Duration120 minutes
Difficultyeasy-moderate

Titlis Snowshoe-Trail Fürenalp

Distance2.25 km
Ascent104 m
Descent108 m
Duration60 minutes
Difficultyeasy

Equipment and Rental of Snowsoes and ski-poles

Rental Snowshoes and ski polesfor 4 hoursCHF 8

Snowshoes and ski poles you can hire at the valley station Fürenalp. You should bring winter clothes, practical shoes and sun protection with you.

Blogbeitrag mit Fotos vom Schneeschuhlaufen auf der Fürenalp von Umberto Michelucci