© Céline Perren, Naturpark Diemtigtal

Tiermatti cross-country ski trail

Short facts

  • start: Geissbode car park, Schwenden
  • destination: Geissbode car park, Schwenden
  • easy
  • 7,98 km
  • 1 hour
  • 159 m
  • 1185 m
  • 1120 m
  • 80 / 100
  • 20 / 100

best season

The cross-country ski trails in the Diemtigtal lead you through forests, along icy mountain streams and over snow-covered mats on 22 kilometres of classic and skating trails.

The circuit between Grimmialp and Zwischenflüh offers various starting points and lets you put together your own tour as you wish. The Diemtigtaler cross-country trails lead you along mountain streams, through snow-covered forests and over untouched meadows and let you glide weightlessly and rhythmically through the snow.

The Tiermatti trail leads over flat, technically easy terrain. On the one hand, the trail runs along the huge debris cone of the Balmigraben, where the farms of the Thiermatten (now Tiermatti) are located, and on the other hand in the area of a silted-up former lake, the Seebode. It is the sunniest of the three Diemtigtal cross-country ski trails.

This is what cross-country skiing costs:

  • Cross-country ski pass Switzerland: Fr. 160
  • Season ticket Diemtigtal: Fr. 80
  • Weekly ticket Diemtigtal: Fr. 50
  • Cross-country ticket (day ticket): Fr. 12

Sales points:

  • Diemtigtal Nature Park, Oey
  • Stucki Sport, Zwischenflüh
  • René Burkhard, Schwenden
  • Erb-Sport, Schwenden
  • Hotel Restaurant Spillgerten, Schwenden

By the way, you can also pay with TWINT at all entry points and points of sale. 

Digital ticket via the "Langlaufpass" app:
> App Store
> Google Play Store


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