Heidiland hiking trail 3: Flumserberg - Kleinberg

15.1 km
5:15 h
856 mhd
744 mhd
Sicht auf die Churfirsten von Flumserberg
Auf gehts ins noch wenig bekannte Schilstal

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Blick zurück von der Alp Wisen auf den Sichelchamm
The Heidiland hiking tour extends over six stages. The third stage of the day leads from Flumserberg through the Schilstal-Valley to Flumser Kleinberg.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  1814 m
Lowest Point  961 m
Best Season
Flumserberg, Tannenbodenalp
Flums Kleinberg, Berghotel Schönhalden
47.093025, 9.281248



The hike begins in Flumserberg Tannenboden and initially leads east above the settlement of Flumserberg. To do this, first follow the signs to Bödem on a road between holiday homes, then towards Anggetlin on a footpath. While crossing the ski slopes of the Flumserberg ski area and the Prodalpbahn, you always have a view of the mighty Churfirsten. After a small bridge, the holiday home settlement of Anggetlin is reached, here the hike follows the tarred road downhill in a few curves. Now the path leads across meadows, through woods and streams down to Bödem. Here you will find a nice picnic area by a pond. From here you walk into the Schilstal, first even further downhill to Bruggwiti with the small reservoir. Continue in the direction of Wisen, first along the valley road for a short time, then on the left over alpine meadows. Shortly before Alp Wisen, you reach the valley road again, which you follow for a short distance to Steinbrugg (1163 m above sea level). The signpost for Halden/Wildenberg/Schönhalden indicates that you have to turn left after 400 metres after the bridge. At this junction, the steep ascent along red-white-red markings begins. The ascent takes about 1.45 hours and leads past the alpine hut on Untercheer to the beautiful Alp Sässli. A short time later, the highest point is reached at about 1800 m above sea level near Halden. The path now leads slightly downhill, first as a mountain path and then as an alpine road, always with a panoramic view from Spitzmeilen to Churfirsten. At Alp Wildenberg with its direct sale of alpine products, you have almost reached your destination, it is only a few steps to the Berghotel Schönhalden with its hotel's own mountain railway.


On the terrace of the Berghotel Schönhalden you have a panoramic view of the Seeztal and the opposite peaks of the Churfirsten and Alvier chains.


Normal hiking equipment, sturdy mountain boots.


Flumserberg Tannenbodenalp - Anggetlin - Bödem - Schilstal Bruggwiti - Wisen - Steinbrugg - Halden - Wildenberg - Schönhalden


Public Transport

By train to Unterterzen, then by cable car Unterterzen-Flumserberg (gondola lift) to Tannenbodenalp or by train to Flums, then by Postbus to Tannenbodenalp

Anreise Information

Motorway exit Flums, then on the mountain road from Flums to Flumserberg, Tannenbodenalp


Public parking available at the Tannenboden.

Parking is available from 07.00 to 17.00. From 17.00 to 02.00 we are allowed to leave the car for free.

After 02.00 to 07.00 a.m. 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

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