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Around the Sahli Valley

Route
Hiking Trail
Length
9.8 km
Travel time
approx. 3 ½ h
Tour details
Tour details
Around the Sahli Valley
Waldisee 2019
Photo: Jürg Hostettler, Stoos-Muotatal Tourismus
Around the Sahli Valley
Photo: Stoos-Muotatal Tourismus GmbH, Stoos-Muotatal Tourismus
Around the Sahli Valley
Photo: Stoos-Muotatal Tourismus GmbH, Stoos-Muotatal Tourismus
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A hike with steel-blue lakes, an impressive waterfall and idyllic Alps.
The trail ascends steeply in a southerly direction over the Rinderplangg. From the very first huts, the path leads towards to the Waldisee Lake which blends beautifully into the landscape of the Bisi Valley. The path leads you over the Muota to the Gross Gade. After a short stretch on the gravel path towards Gwalpeten, the path branches off left to Spitzbächab (1384 m). The view  is astounding. You follow the clearly visible path through the Plangg towards Milchbüelen. Upon meeting up with the Glattalp trail, you descend the few metres to the street and follow this to Milchbüelen. Rapid progress is now made towards the Alp Milchbüelen. At Feldmoos, there’s just a few metres to go on the paved road before the path leads to the left through the Plangg down to the Schmallauistrasse. On this road, you walk to the Salihöchi before turning towards the end of the valley back to the starting point.

Technical details

Tour type
Hiking Trail
Starting point
Schlänggen, Bisistal
Point of arrival
Schlänggen, Bisistal
Difficulty
Medium
Condition
3 / 6
Ascent
600 m
Descent
605 m
Best Time of Year
May, June, July, August, September, October
Directions
Schlänggen, Bisistal - Vordersten Hütte - Waldisee - Gross Gade - Milchbüelen (Schattgadenhüttli) - Salihöchi - Schlänggen, Bisistal
Equipment
Good hiking boots with good profile or trekking shoes.
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Good to know

Arrival / Return journey

Muotathal is located in Central Switzerland and is easily accessible by car.

Coming from Basel-Lucerne:
Continue on the A14 from Lucerne in the direction of Zug. After 20 km, you will come to the Rütihof intersection. There you take the A4 motorway in the direction of Schwyz. Take the Schwyz exit and follow the signs in the direction of Muotathal. At the end of the village follow the signs to Bisistahl.

Coming from Lake Constance and Rapperswil:
At Rapperswil, drive in the direction of Pfäffikon / Gotthard. At Pfäffikon, drive a short distance on the A3 motorway in the direction of Gotthard. Then take the first exit in the direction of Gotthard / Schwyz. The road will take you to Schwyz via Rothenthurm and Sattel. At Schwyz, drive towards Muotathal. At the end of the village follow the signs to Bisistahl.

Coming from Gotthard-Altdorf:
Take the bypass (tunnel) in Flüelen in the direction of Schwyz. After the Mosi Tunnel, leave the motorway at Exit 40 Brunnen (in the direction of Weggis/Gersau/Schwyz/Brunnen). Drive in the direction of Ibach/Schwyz and at the 2nd roundabout in Ibach (by Dany's Family Restaurant), take the 1st exit towards Muotathal. At the end of the village follow the signs to Bisistahl.

Accessible by bus and train
No
Public transport

Muotathal lies in the heart of central Switzerland. The town can be reached by public transport from SBB Schwyz railway station by bus no. 1 of Auto AG Schwyz.

Between the Muotathal Post and the Sahli/Talstation Glattalpbahn there is the minibus no. 6.

Further information & links
Wanderkarte - Rund ums Sali