Liftek Andermatt - Oberalp...
- 18.12.2021 - 18.04.2022
- 09:00 - 16:00
Durchgehender Betrieb am Gemsstock ab 27. November 2021 bis 1. Mai 2022
Wochenendbetrieb in den Teilgebieten Nätschen/Gütsch, Sedrun und Disentis ab 11. Dezember 2021
Alle Gebiete offen von 18. Dezember 2021 bis 18. April 2022
Wochenendbetrieb am Gemsstock am 30. April/1. Mai 2022
Am 1. Mai 2022
Pályák Andermatt - Oberalp...
- 10 km
- 35 km
- 5 km
- 120 km
Síterület Andermatt - Oberalp - Sedrun
Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis have taken the Swiss cross in the flag literally and turned it into a plus for the winter experience. In addition to skiing, guests can discover another plus for winter in every respect. Be it special piste highlights, a descent on the untracked freeride slopes or the wide range of culinary delights. These range from specially set up children's corners in the family restaurants to rustic pubs and sun terraces with a mountain panorama.
Board the train at every valley station
After a day of skiing, if you’re too tired to return on skis, you can comfortably board the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn - the train ticket is included in the ski ticket. If you're lucky, you can catch the Après-Ski-Express and enjoy a drink or a tasty snack during the journey. The après-ski trains run twice a day in winter between Andermatt and Disentis.
In the Matti KidsArena on Nätschen, the Druni KidsArena in Sedrun and the Saxwiese in Disentis, snow rookies find their own playground. Magic carpets, practice slopes, a snow playground and the funny mascots make the first runs a pleasure. And because so much fresh winter air and romping around in the snow makes you hungry, the children's restaurant is very close by.
Especially the almost 3'000 m high Gemsstock and the Disentis area attract with great options for freeriders. From the Gemsstock, routes in all directions and numerous variants lead back into the valley. Untouched slopes with lots of powder, natural drops and jumps await experienced deep-snow fans.
A paradise for freestylers is the ACE Snowpark below the Gütsch. It is redesigned every year and offers kickers with 10 to 15 metres, boxes, special waves, rail downs, snowpark tubes and much more. There are no limits to the creativity of the freestylers on three lines with different levels of difficulty.
To the left and right of the alpine slopes, there is a wide range of snow activities on offer. Those who want to enjoy the winter without any frills will find relaxation on the winter hiking trails. From Andermatt to Disentis there is a several kilometre-long, well-prepared network of paths.
Sledging fans get their money's worth here: there is a choice of the gentle Oberalp road to Andermatt, the exciting run from Milez into the valley or the toboggan run with a sensational view towards Disentis. Those who are not afraid of the ascent can walk from Realp to Tiefenbach on the Furka Pass. After the two-hour ascent, you can relax in the Tiefenbach restaurant and then tackle the rapid descent down to the valley in a stronger position.