snowshoe trekking


Trekking away from ski slopes or winter walking trails, through snow covered countryside and feeling that unmarked powder snow under your feet. 



  • The trails are marked however not controlled.
  • Protected areas and Wildlife rest zones are to be adhered to ("Respektiere deine Grenzen"            campaign).
  • Review the current Weather Report: MeteoSchweiz, Tel 162.
  • Review information about your planned route in the Internet or from the operator.
  • The use of snowshoe trails is the personal responsibility of the individual. Andermatt-Urserntal Tourismus GmbH as well as all local service providers accept no responsibility for any accident.
  • The use of any snowshoe trail should not be undertaken alone.
  • Sufficient opportunities to turn back as well as a time-reserve for unplanned situations should always be taken into consideration.
  • The operational timings of any mountain lifts involved should be known, in particular the "last run" of the day.
  • Inform someone about your planned route and objectives. Do not forget to inform that person of your return.
  • Protect Nature and the Environment: only leave your tracks in the snow behind!
  • It is strongly recommended to have the appropriate equipment with you at all times.
  • You should seek the assistance of a mountain guide.
  • Always review the current "Lawinenbulletin".

top 5 snowshoe trails
in the andermatt holiday region