Winter hiking Schweiz
Active deceleration

When you’re out on a hike, you have time to really notice your surroundings. In the cold of winter, all senses are alive: You can smell the fir forest, hear animals rustling about, and see the snow crystals glittering. That’s pure relaxation!

Network of hiking trails

At Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis, there are winter hiking trails to suit every taste. The network of carefully groomed and well-signposted trails extends from Realp in the Urseren Valley to Disentis in the Surselva: from the frozen Arnisee reservoir in the scenic snowy woods to the sun-filled hike from Sedrun to Disentis or the stroll on the Furka Pass road from Realp to Tiefenbach. You can choose from any number of possibilities, depending on the weather and what you’re up for. 

Public transportation

The villages in the Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis ski region are linked by the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway, and the trip across the Oberalp Pass offers an unparalleled view of the snowy mountain peaks. That means that you can travel conveniently to the various starting points, or take the train back after a hike. Also travelling between Disentis and Andermatt is the Après-Ski Train, where snowsports enthusiasts can warm up with a hot beverage. 

Disentis Sedrun winter hiking trails
The network of winter hiking trails in Disentis Sedrun is perfectly suited for getting to know the nearby villages and surroundings.
Andermatt winter hiking trails
There are a variety of winter hiking trails in Andermatt, and all are groomed daily.
Winter hiking map
The link below provides you with a map of all winter hiking trails in the area.