Treasure hunt


A treasure hunt with a splash

Armed with a map from the tourism office, set off on the treasure hunt from the village of Grächen. After a few minutes, head into the woods, where the path will take you uphill. You’ll soon reach the bisse of Eggeri, one of Grächen mascot SiSu's favourite routes. From here, the route will take you along the bisse to the village of Alpe Äbnet. A barbecue area is located in a clearing at the gateway to Eggeri – the perfect place to recharge your batteries. After a short break, the path gradually leads back into the village. At Grächen Lake, you'll have a chance to stop in the Kneipp garden for a reinvigorating break. Refreshing pools and water-treading basins are perfect for relaxing and recharging. The next section heads steeply downhill to Robi’s leisure park, which is well worth a detour. To finish off, it’s just a short walk back to Dorfplatz and the treasure chest at the tourism office.


Safety information and equipment: Hiking equipment and sturdy footwear. Suncream and a hat. Snacks and drinks. A pencil to answer the clues.
Suggestion: Robi's leisure park at the end of the treasure hunt is well worth a visit. While the parents treat themselves to well-deserved refreshments from the kiosk, there are plenty of things around to keep the children entertained: slides, merry-go-rounds, caves, treetop adventure course and minigolf, all spanning an area of 2,000 square metres.
Public transports: Take the train to Visp. From here, take the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway to St. Niklaus. Alight in St. Niklaus and then take the bus to Grächen. There is a direct bus from Visp at weekends and on bank holidays.
Parking: Grächen is mostly car-free. There are a limited number of car parking spaces available at Dorfplatz. Otherwise, there are several car parks in the village centre.

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