For dream teams
Are you travelling with young and old together and enjoy spending time with your family? Then we’re the right place for you! Thanks to a broad offer of sports activities for children, family restaurants, and attractive packages, holidays with us mean relaxed enjoyment.
Family fun off the pistes
Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis is a wonderful place for alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowboarding. But there’s more: If you’ve had your fill of sports on the pistes, we can offer you numerous other ways to enjoy winter and time with the family.
Wellness spa and adventure pool at Bogn Sedrun
At Bogn Sedrun, you can splash about until you get webbed feet. There is a current channel, a wild-water channel, a massage waterfall, and a heated children’s pool for the little waterbugs. You’ll also find a 25-metre pool for doing laps. If you’re looking for relaxation, the wellness spa can offer you a sauna, a message, a Roman bath, or a Kneipp bath. All information about Bogn Sedrun is available here.
Stalla Libra in Sedrun
The Stalla Libra is a former hay barn that has been converted into an art space. Here you’ll find not only exhibits and contemporary art but also a playhouse that was created in collaboration with your designers from the Royal College of Art in London. There are a variety of play stations where you can test your skill, creativity, and endurance. Enjoyment for the entire family. All information about the playhouse in the Stalla Libra is available here.
Escape Room in Disentis
Had enough of the fresh air? Then the Escape Room Missiun in Disentis is just what you need. You have one hour to escape as Gionin and Grettina from the “Casetta da piziulta” before the wicked witch returns. Will you be able to outsmart the witch, like Hansel and Gretel did? All information about the Missiun in Disentis is available here.
Sledding at Nätschen-Andermatt
A comfortable sled ride on the less steep Oberalp Pass road. Highlight: The trip through an 80-metre tunnel with laser show. You can get to the starting point conveniently with the Gütsch Express gondola or the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway, which means you can sled down several times. You can rent sleds at the Nätschen valley station or from Meyer’s Sporthaus at the Andermatt railway station. All information about the routeis available here.
Sledding from Milez to Dieni
If you like it speedy, then the sledding run from Milez to Dieni is for you. Take the Milez Flyer chairlift to the starting point, then head straight down the well-groomed sledding run. You can rent sleds at the Dieni valley station. All information about the routeis available here.
Sledding from Tiefenbach to Realp
This fast sledding run on the Furka Pass road has to be earned: The Hotel Tiefenbach, the starting point, can be reached only on foot by a hike that takes about two hours. Once you get there, you can refuel with a snack in the restaurant. Or hike up in the evening, eat a delicious fondue at the top, and then sled back down to Realp in the moonlight. Either way, the run amidst the snowy mountain peaks is a pleasure. You can rent sleds directly at the Hotel Tiefenbach and avoid having to carry them up with you. Then just leave them in Realp after the run. All information about the route is available here.
Sledging on the Mompé Medel
Looking for quiet and solitude? You’ll find it on the scenic sledging run and footpath Mompé Medel near Disentis. After about a 45-minute climb, you’ll sledge through the snowy valley through remote hamlets and snow-covered woodlands and enjoy magnificent views. You can rent sledges at the Bar La Scursalda. All information about the routeis available here.
Horse-drawn sleigh rides in Andermatt
Another way to enjoy winter’s magic: Snuggle up in warm blankets and have a horse-drawn sleigh take you through the snowy Urseren Valley. Maybe you’ll also learn something about the Gotthard stagecoach, which used to take letters and guests south over the Gotthard Pass. All information about the horse-drawn sleigh rides is available here.
Ice skating in Andermatt
The Andermatt ice field is created specially each year right in the middle of the village. You’ll also find skates available for rent there. Great family fun: You can rent a rink and play Eisstock . The game is similar to curling or boccia and easy to learn. The ice field’s hours of operation depend on the weather conditions. All information about the ice field in Andermattis available here.
Ice skating in Sedrun
Each winter, a hard-working ice master makes sure that guests as well as locals can glide across groomed natural ice. You can rent skates, and hockey sticks and walkers are available for children. The field is illuminated in the evening, and lively music will ensure a good time. For groups, ice skating is also possible during the day, temperature permitting. All information about ice skating in Sedrun is available here.
Ice skating in Disentis
The artificial ice field in Disentis is perfectly equipped: You can rent skates and borrow hockey sticks or walkers for the kids. That way, you can glide comfortably across the ice, play a hockey match, or take your kids on the ice for their first steps. And if you want to try something new: Every Thursday, the Curling Club invites guests to play along (registration required). All information about ice skating in Disentis is available here.
Ice skating in Göschenen
Göschenen lies just a short – and impressive – train ride from Andermatt. Why not take a detour to the natural ice field there? A group of local youths are responsible for the field, and they take care of it with great dedication. Skates and hockey sticks are available for rent there. The ice field is open three days a week, weather conditions permitting. You can find the exact hours of operation on the Göschenen website. All information about ice skating in Göschenen is available here.
In addition, there are various activities for thrillseekers. Find out herewhat the terms zorbing, snow tubing, and fatbiking mean.