Flumserberg route

The Flumserberg route takes you from the Sargans express train stop to the Flumserberg via Flums without any changes. Enjoy the unique skiing and hiking area with magnificent views and the beautiful landscape of Heidi’s homeland.

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A winter landscape on the Flumserberg. A little boy on a sledge is being pulled along by his parents. © Flumserberg

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In Flums, near Lake Walen, you’ll discover the tradition of carving masks in the Sarganserland Mask Museum. To the west of the village are the impressive ruins of Gräpplang castle. You can also visit the Church of St. Justus and the Chapels of St. Jacob and St. George.

In winter, you can enjoy the varied ski area with slopes to suit all levels. Snowboarders will love the fun parks, while cross-country fans can enjoy 18 km of ski trails. There are two children’s parks, and 26 kilometres of well-prepared winter hiking trails offer plenty of variety for winter hikers.

Winter fun for young and old on the Prodalp

The 3 km long sledging run from Prodalp to Tannenheim on the Flumserberg is ideal for kids and adults alike. The illuminated slopes on this run at night offer a unique experience. And why not enjoy a delicious cheese fondue in the Prodalp mountain restaurant before taking on the thrilling descent.

Winter hiking and snowshoeing

Discover the Flumserberg with a leisurely winter hike or an exciting snowshoe tour. Along the way, rustic Alpine restaurants, relaxation benches and sun terraces invite you to linger.
The 26 km long network of marked winter hiking trails offers hikes with varying levels of difficulty.

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