Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

2.9 km
1:05 h
92 mhd
92 mhd
Aussicht Schneeschuhtrail Plattis
Aussicht Schneeschuhtrail Plattis

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Aussicht Schneeschuhtrail Plattis
The sunny round tour takes us from the Panüöl alpine restaurant to the Plattis plateau and back again.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1866 m
Lowest Point  1782 m
Best Season
Panüöl, Flumserberg
Panüöl, Flumserberg
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Recharge your batteries and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of winter - on the Plattis snowshoe trail you can enjoy the tranquillity of the snow-covered mountains with a magnificent panoramic view of the Spitzmeilen area. The easy snowshoe hike is ideal for beginners.


In the sunny alpine restaurant Panüöl with the best view of the local mountain Spitzmeilen, the popular and well-known Panüöler cheese slices, a cheese fondue or a raclette are recommended. The Spitzmeilen is known for its imposing shape and has a height of 2,501 meters above sea level.


Normal snow sports equipment incl. snowshoes and possibly poles.

Snowshoes can be rented at Intersport am Flumserberg.


The snowshoe hike starts at the Alprestaurant Panüöl. Panüöl can be reached on foot via the Prodalp-Panüöl snowshoe trail or by gondola and chairlift from Flumserberg Tannenboden via Maschgenkamm. On the cozy sun terrace there is a wonderful view of the Spitzmeilen. The round trip leads over the Plattis plateau. Where cows graze on the alpine meadows in summer, you can enjoy the peace and idyll of the winter landscape. After the first few meters, the trail branches off to the left and leads along the edge of the mountain. On this section, the Spitzmeilen area shows its most impressive side. As a steep rock tooth, the summit of the Spitzmeilen protrudes from the snow slopes. Flums' local mountain is located on the cantonal border of St. Gallen and Glarus and is a popular tour destination in summer and winter. After about 1.2 km you cross the Tannenboden-Fursch trail and follow the trail past snowy fir trees. Slightly uphill, the route runs in an arc around the small moor area. With a little luck, you can discover traces of wild animals in the snow. On the last passage you cross the trail again and return to the alp restaurant. Ambitious snowshoe hikers can combine the tour with the Panüöl-Prodalp snowshoe trail. The descent is rewarded with plenty of afternoon sun and a spectacular view of Sarganserland thanks to the southern exposure.


Public Transport

Arrival by train to Unterterzen and up by cable car Unterterzen - Tannenboden

Daily from Zurich with the S25 to Ziegelbrücke, with change to the S4 to Unterterzen

Daily from St. Gallen with the S4 directly to Unterterzen

Daily from Zurich and Chur with the RE to Walenstadt, with change to bus 444 to Unterterzen

From Unterterzen, the 8-seater gondola lift takes you directly to the Flumserberg to the Tannenboden SeeJet valley station.

Arrival by train to Flums and Postbus to Flumserberg Tannenboden

Daily to Flums or Sargans, continue by bus 441 direction Flumserberg to the stop Tannenboden, cable car or to the stop Tannenheim Post and then by gondola to Prodalp.

Anreise Information

Motorway exit Flums/Flumserberg, then follow the main road towards Flumserberg to Tannenheim or Tannenboden.


Public parking is available at Tannenheim or Tannenboden.

Parking is chargeable from 07:00 to 17:00. From 17.00 to 02.00 we are allowed to 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.

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