Savognin Season Start on 10th December 2022

 

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Snowshoeing

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Immerse yourself in the snow-covered mountain world. In Val Surses, countless snowshoe trails are waiting to be discovered by you.
Enjoy the glitter of the snow in the sun and enjoy the fresh mountain air. Snowshoe tours offer fun and exercise in untouched nature for young and old. The routes of our vacation region are partly combinable with the mountain cableways or the post bus.
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Our snowshoe tours

61 kilometers of marked snowshoe trails offer you winter experiences away from the slopes.

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Our snowshoeing highlights

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Schneeschuhlaufen Alp Flix
The lonely one

The snowshoe tour on Alp Flix is ​​an absolute dream for snowshoe hikers.

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Schneeschuh Königstour
The kings route

This tour offers all the finesse of nature: tranquility, snow-covered forests and mountains.

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Schneeschuh Bivio
The cozy one

This tour takes you from Bivio through the snow-covered high alpine pine forest to Alp Natons.

Cross country skiing rental

Sport shops

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Bananas Sport Shop
Bananas Sport Shop, Savognin
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Wasescha Sport
Wasescha Sport Rent, Savognin
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Good Time, Bivio
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Post bus inclusive.

Guest card Val Surses

If you stay one night or more, you will receive the Val Surses guest card. With this you can get from A to B in the Val Surses for free. Perfect for getting from Savognin to Bivio, or from Bivio to Rona.

Contacts for snowshoe tours

A few tips for expert guides

Snowshoe hiking guide Sep Antona Bergamin
Tel. +41 79 335 43 56 or sepantona.bergamin@hotmail.com

Snowshoe hiking guide Stefan Moser
Tel. +41 81 637 11 00 or shop@bananas-shop.net

Snowshoe hiking guide Victoria Spinas
Tel. +41 81 684 16 95 or victoria.spinas@bluewin.ch

Mountain sports school Grischa
Tel. +41 79 102 33 65 or info@bergsportschulegrischa.ch, www.bergsportschulegrischa.ch

 

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Respect your limits

Wildlife rest areas and wildlife sanctuaries protect wildlife from excessive disturbance by human outdoor activities.

Wildlife rest areas and wildlife sanctuaries protect wild animals from excessive disturbance by human activities. Even the unexpected presence of a snowshoe hiker can be problematic for wild animals in winter: escaping costs a lot of energy, which is then lacking for survival. For this reason, wildlife rest areas may not be entered in winter, or only on marked routes.

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