Alle Aktivitäten rund um Spring Inn, Flumserberg und Heidiland
The BikerBerg Flumserberg offers 13 kilometers of easy and moderately difficult trails with flowing descents. There are also three Schweizmobiel routes over and along Flumserberg. There are plenty of opportunities for both pleasure bikers and downhill specialists
With the CLiiMBER, Flumserberg offers over 100 climbing stations, compactly on three floors in one tower on the Prodalp. On each floor, more than 30 original climbing stations can be done according to your experience. flyingCLiiMBER also offers 6 ziplines
Cross country skiing
The Flumserberg offers a varied range of crosscountry trails for all fitness levels. Cross-country skiers of all skill levels are out and about on the Flumserberg. A total of 20 kilometers of cross-country ski runs invite you to actively enjoy nature.
There are many options for cyclists in our region. Trips of 50-200 km with beautiful mountain paths, steep climbs and beautiful mountain passes.
The Flumserberg toboggan run: Floomzer is a beautiful 2.3 km long toboggan run. Guaranteed fun for the whole family
Not only Flumserberg offers a wide range of possibilities for beautiful hiks. Pizol with the 5-seeen walk and Alpstein with Saxerlücke or Liechtenstein with the Fürstensteig are also all close by
65 kilometers of a wide variety of skislopes, the most modern snow-making systems and many family-friendly offers make the Flumserberg ski area an extremely attractive destination in the Swiss mountains. There are many options for both experienced skiers and beginners
Sledging is great fun on the sledge piste from Prodalp all the way down to Tannenheim. It’s not just fun for the young ones, but it brings smiles on faces of people off all ages. You can also bring your sledge on the prepared winterwalks, which will make your way back a much shorter one. You can easily tow your children all the way
Flumserberg offers great possibilities for snowshoe hiking. When there is fresh powder, the existing winter routes can be done easily with snowshoes. A great snow shoe hike is leading to Spitzmeilenhütte where one could warm up and get ready for some further hiking. Or you can try Kleinberg with 2 snowshoe hiking trails from the mountain hotel Schonhalden. At Spring Inn we do have snowshoes for rent. On request, we can guide you in the Flumserberg area as well (only beginners level).
Trail running on Flumserberg is great. For example the 7-gipfeltour, but certainly also the route to Spitzmeilen on varied terrain. The nearby areas of Pizol, Alpstein, Lake Walen and Churfirsten and the Sardona tectonic area offer everything a trail runner could wish for
On the well prepared winter walking paths it is great to enjoy the sun and snow. The small round along MolsersAlp will give you great views to the lake of Zürich. The Grappa-Rundweg will lead you around Madils and back to Tannenboden. Don’t forget to stop at Senna Stube for a drink. A bit longer hike will take you to the seeeben lake and hotel. A longer hike is possible all the way from to the top of the skiarea: Maschgenkamm. Including the nice huts: Panuol and Fursch.