Ready to be spoiled? Andermatt has tons of trails – many of which include stunning views.
With over 500 km of hiking trails and 16 mountain huts, the Andermatt region is a perfect base from which you can explore the Alps.
Hike through the Oberalp pass and to the source of the Rhine River or enjoy the scenic ascent to Maighelshütte. Hike on an old mule path through the wild Meiental valley from Sustenpass to Wassen or admire views of the Urner Reuss Valley from the Sunnig ridge. The choice is up to you!
Andermatt offers a wide range of hikes and over 60 well sign-posted trails, so you can easily tailor your visit to your preferred level of difficulty.
Author: Emily Lennon
The easy hike from Arni to Gurtnellen village leads through gnarled mountain forests and colourful flower meadows, past rustic alpine buildings and picturesque farmhouses.
A very nice hut access, which is also ideal for families with smaller children.
The hike leads from Andermatt through the Schöllenen gorge to Göschenen. Historic roads, bridges and a customs station make it possible to experience pre-modern traffic.
A short circular walk that offers everything: Nature conservation areas in a flat moor, a high perennial flora in a hunting ban area, high alpine floodplain landscapes and lush alpine pastures.
The Suniggrat offers a wonderful view and mountain lakes to cool down.
The Urschner Höhenweg offers sporty hikers a nature experience with breathtaking panoramic views of the Furka, Gotthard and Oberalp passes.
The circular hike around the Göscheneralpsee is one of the most popular hikes in the Andermatt holiday region. Magnificent mountain scenery with glacier, rich flora and lots of water.
A strong mountain panorama from the Urner Alps far down into the Surselva.