The Diemtigtal is famous among mountaineers and ski touring enthusiasts alike for its varied hikes. The range of accommodation options on offer in the high villages of the Diemtigtal make them the perfect starting point for a week of touring too. The Diemtigtal is quick and easy to get to, which is also perfect for day hikes on touring skis or a splitboard. From easy hikes to Meniggrat, 1949 meters above sea level, to more demanding hikes to the Rothorn at 2410 meters above sea level, the Diemtigtal offers a challenge for hikers of all abilities. A ski tour to Galmschibe or the Rauflihorn is very popular and well worth the effort. When the snows on Galmschibe have receded, the Drümännler at 2436 meters above sea level is a good alternative. Turnen and the Wiriehorn are perfect for training hikes. At 2652 meters above sea level, the highest peak in the Diemtigtal is the Männliflue, which should only be tackled by advanced ski tourers. For hikes to the summit of Turnen or Meniggrat, it’s best to book the ski touring bus.