SS 730 Schneeschuhtrail Plattis
SS 730 Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

Snowshoe trekking

Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

Flumserberg, Panüöl–Flumserberg, Panüöl

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Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

Recharge your batteries away from the hustle and bustle of winter. On the Plattis snowshoe trail, you can enjoy the tranquillity of the snow-covered mountains with magnificent panoramic views of the Spitzmeilen area. The easy snowshoe hike is ideal for beginners.
The snowshoe hike starts at the Panüöl alpine restaurant, which can be reached on foot via the Prodalp-Panüöl snowshoe trail or with the gondola and chairlift from Flumserberg Tannenboden via Maschgenkamm. The cosy sun terrace offers magnificent views of the Spitzmeilen. The circular tour leads across the Plattis plateau. Enjoy the peaceful and idyllic winter scenery where cows graze on alpine meadows in summer.

After the first few metres, the trail branches off to the left and leads along the mountain's edge. Along this section, the Spitzmeilen area shows itself from its most impressive side. The steep rocky peak of the Spitzmeilen juts out of the snowy slopes. Situated on the border of the cantons of St. Gallen and Glarus, Flums's local mountain is a popular touring destination in summer and winter. After about 1.2 km, you cross the Tannenboden-Fursch cross-country ski track and follow the trail past snow-covered fir trees. Slightly ascending, the route bends around the small moor area. With a bit of luck, you may discover tracks of wild animals in the snow.

On the last stretch, you cross the ski run as well as a ski lift and return to the alpine restaurant. Ambitious snowshoe hikers can combine the tour with the Panüöl-Prodalp snowshoe trail. Thanks to its southern exposure, the descent will reward you with plenty of afternoon sun and a spectacular view of Sarganserland.
Recharge your batteries away from the hustle and bustle of winter. On the Plattis snowshoe trail, you can enjoy the tranquillity of the snow-covered mountains with magnificent panoramic views of the Spitzmeilen area. The easy snowshoe hike is ideal for beginners.
The snowshoe hike starts at the Panüöl alpine restaurant, which can be reached on foot via the Prodalp-Panüöl snowshoe trail or with the gondola and chairlift from Flumserberg Tannenboden via Maschgenkamm. The cosy sun terrace offers magnificent views of the Spitzmeilen. The circular tour leads across the Plattis plateau. Enjoy the peaceful and idyllic winter scenery where cows graze on alpine meadows in summer.

After the first few metres, the trail branches off to the left and leads along the mountain's edge. Along this section, the Spitzmeilen area shows itself from its most impressive side. The steep rocky peak of the Spitzmeilen juts out of the snowy slopes. Situated on the border of the cantons of St. Gallen and Glarus, Flums's local mountain is a popular touring destination in summer and winter. After about 1.2 km, you cross the Tannenboden-Fursch cross-country ski track and follow the trail past snow-covered fir trees. Slightly ascending, the route bends around the small moor area. With a bit of luck, you may discover tracks of wild animals in the snow.

On the last stretch, you cross the ski run as well as a ski lift and return to the alpine restaurant. Ambitious snowshoe hikers can combine the tour with the Panüöl-Prodalp snowshoe trail. Thanks to its southern exposure, the descent will reward you with plenty of afternoon sun and a spectacular view of Sarganserland.
3 km | 1 Stage
120 m | 120 m
1 h 15 min
easy

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Maschgenkamm
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Season

Winter season
The winter season is usually from beginning of December to beginning of April.
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Routing
Due to snow conditions, the locally signposted route may differ from that shown on the SwitzerlandMobility web map. If in doubt, follow the local signs.

Hints

Snowshoe hire
Snowshoes can be hired on site:
www.intersport-network.ch

Contact

Flumserberg Tourismus
Flumserbergstrasse 196
8898 Flumserberg
Tel. +41 (0)81 720 18 18
flumserberg@heidiland.com
www.flumserberg.ch

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Signalization
For snow shoe trekking, follow the logo indicated on the pink signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
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