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Experience seven peaks on one tour. The mountain railway makes the climbs a little easier. This leaves you enough time and leisure to enjoy the unique views over the St. Gallen, Grison, Glarus and Central Swiss mountain kingdom.
The tour begins with a tranquil gondola journey up Flumserbeg Tannenbodenalp. Flumserberg, previously a renowned whey-based spa, has been increasingly developing into a popular skiing and hiking resort since its first ski-lift was built in 1945. Floating up to the Maschgenkamm puts you in the right mood for the panoramic tour that awaits.
At the Maschgenkamm mountain station (at 2020m), the wonderful and safe arête hike begins, which will take you over seven peaks. In sequence: 1) Ziger, 2) Leist, 3) Rainissalts, 4) Gulmen, 5) Cuncels, 6) Chli Güslen, 7) Grosser Güslen. It is recommended that you ensure you have enough time to really make the most of the constantly changing landscape.
Views centre on the high alpine backdrop of the Grison, Glarus and Central Swiss Alps along with the local mountain ranges and pastures. A splendid view of the Walensee makes for a splendid conclusion of the tour.
Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp can be reached via Unterterzen station with the gondola lift or via Flums with the post-bus.
Snow can still be present in shaded areas in July.
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Internet: www.heidiland.com, www.flumserberg.ch
At the last summit of the 7-summit tour you can expect a unique view of Lake Walen. Don't miss this view! It's also a great place to take a photo for your memory album.
Until July, there may still be snow in shaded areas.
Day hiking backpack (approx. 20 litres) with rain cover, sturdy and comfortable shoes, weather-adapted and durable clothing in the multi-layer principle, telescopic poles, sun and rain protection, provisions and drinking water if necessary, first aid kit, pocket knife, mobile phone, maps.
Note: There is no restaurant along the hike.
Motorway exit Flums/Flumserberg, follow the main road towards Flumserberg Tannenboden.
Public parking available at Tannenboden.
Parking is chargeable from 07:00 to 17:00. From 17.00 to 02.00 you can leave the car free of charge.
After 02:00 to 07:00 there is a night parking ban. There are plenty of night parking spaces in the Tannenboden multi-storey car park or in the Tannenheim.
The night car park can be used for a fee, but camping is prohibited.
Alternative: BikerCamping powered by Aparthotel Edy Bruggmann
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