Snowshoeing

No route is too far on snowshoes. They gently carry hikers over a deep blanket of snow. Snowshoeing requires virtually no experience. Anyone who can walk can also snowshoe, thus experiencing the delightful world of pristine winterscapes. Beautiful trails lead through forests, over wide snowfields and along impressive 4000-metre peaks. Once you’ve tried snowshoeing, you’ll always want to come back and leave your tracks in the snow.

The Lauchernalp snowshoe trail, 5 km
Lötschental Lötschental Switzerland
From the Lauchernalp mountain station / Sporthaus Lauchernalp, the trail climbs along the marked path towards Lauchernalp-Stafel and on to the Lauchernalp chapel. The trail then continues via the Arbächnubel to the Arbäkreuz viewpoint. From there, the trail continues along the Arbä plateau before descending towards the Lauchernalp triple chairlift, then along the winter hiking trail towards Hockenalp. Begin the descent at the Hockenalp chapel and return to the starting point at the Lauchernalp cable car mountain station/Sporthaus Lauchernalp. A simple, pleasant route suitable for hikers of all ages. The Lauchernalp snowshoe trail, 5 km
Lötschental
Lötschental

The Lauchernalp snowshoe trail, 5 km

From the Lauchernalp mountain station / Sporthaus Lauchernalp, the trail climbs along the marked path towards Lauchernalp-Stafel and on to the Lauchernalp chapel. The trail then continues via the Arbächnubel to the Arbäkreuz viewpoint. From there, the trail continues along the Arbä plateau before descending towards the Lauchernalp triple chairlift, then along the winter hiking trail towards Hockenalp. Begin the descent at the Hockenalp chapel and return to the starting point at the Lauchernalp cable car mountain station/Sporthaus Lauchernalp. A simple, pleasant route suitable for hikers of all ages.

Starting point: Lauchernalp (Sporthaus)
Destination: Lauchernalp (Sporthaus)
Difficulty: medium
Total hiking time: 1h30