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Guided snowshoe hike in Schwanden

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  • Schwanden (Sigriswil)
  • 26.02.2023More dates
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Guided snowshoe hike in Schwanden
Beautiful snowshoe hike through the snowy beautiful landscape with a view of the beautiful panorama above Lake Thun.

Marching time: about 4 hours

Pre-registration at www.go-trekking.ch desired until 3 days before the tour.

Along and above the beautiful Lake Thun, the winter hiking trail from Schwanden offers a wonderful view of the mountains in the Bernese Oberland. Silent fir forest and wide meadows dominate the landscape. The panorama is magnificent: in its center are the Niesen and the Schilthorn. This combined with a traditional fondue (raclette in bad weather at Landgasthof Rothorn) rounds off the hiking day perfectly.

On these tours we will look at the correct walking technique, observe the animals and identify their tracks, discuss how to behave properly in nature in winter and do an exercise together so that you get to know the snow layers better. After the hike you will also receive a brochure "Winter Animal Friendly in Nature".

Difficulty: SAC WT1 - WT2 (flat/low gradient <25 degrees) / effort: somewhat strenuous
Route 8 km / marching time approx. 4 h / ascent 480 hm / descent 480 hm
Duration of the whole event: approx. 6 h incl. fondue / raclette
In a small group ( min 5, max 8 persons) we hike together through the snow.

Dates:
17.12.2022
08.01.2023
26.02.2023
(Also weekly, each Wednesday, with or without fondue / raclette on request possible!)

Costs:
Adults CHF 110.-- / Children CHF 50.-- (8 - 17 years old), with Raclette CHF 130.-- / Children CHF 60.--, incl.. Guided tour and fondue / raclette / drinks and other expenses to be paid by the participants / additional rental for snowshoes (incl. poles) CHF 25.-- per person / group price on request. (Program and prices are subject to change)

For further information please visit www.go-trekking.ch


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