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Far away from the Flumserberg bustle on the opposite side of the mountain, the trail leads up through open forest clearings into the basin of Mädems.
The original area is an insider tip for nature lovers. Alvierkette and the Churfirsten-Zacken appear on the horizon.From the Berghotel Schönhalden, the trail leads leisurely uphill, over snowy meadows and through forests. Reaching the height of the wall at the water reservoir, you can look over the Sarganserland. Once leaving the forest, the wide, open moor and alpine landscape of Fulriet/Mädem opens up. Below the eastern foothills of the Guscha and the Wisswand you then trudge on a slight incline. Once at the top, the Alp Mädems Hintersäss appears in the background. To the left: the Pfufisegg; in safe conditions, a detour to the viewpoint is worthwhile. The trail descends to the alp building and turns there. On the other side you now walk to Alp Mädems Vorsäss and from there straight down towards Alp Schwarzenberg. A little above, the path branches off, crosses the Röllbach and returns slightly uphill to the starting point.
At the finish line, the cosy Berghotel Schönhalden awaits you.
Due to the snow conditions, the path signaled on site may differ from the information on the web map. In case of doubt, follow the local signposting.
Snowshoes can be rented at Berghotel Schönhalden. Request for advance reservation
The path is well signposted.
By train to Flums, then by bus in the direction of Flumserberg-Kleinberg to the stop Flumserberg-Saxli. Then take the cable car to the Schönhalden mountain station.
Motorway exit Flums, then on the main road towards Flumserberg-Kleinberg to the cable car station Schönhalden.
Public parking available at the Schönhalden cable car station.
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