Sattel-Hochstuckli is accessible via the world’s first revolving cable car. With its Kinderland children’s area, 374-metre pedestrian suspension bridge, two groomed circular winter walking trails and various ski runs, this winter walking and ski resort provides fun and adventure for the whole family.
The two groomed winter walking trails in Sattel-Hochstuckli offer unadulterated recreation amidst the splendidly white, snow-decked scenery. Both trails can be combined with a crossing of the ‘Raiffeisen Skywalk’ pedestrian suspension bridge.
The Engelstock RUNDweg circular trail offers you fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding Alps. The 5.4-kilometre trail starts and ends at the mountain station of the revolving cable car in Mostelberg. There are several mountain inns with lovely sun terraces and a wide range of cuisine to be found along the trail.
Dare to take a walk across the spectacular ‘Raiffeisen Skywalk’ pedestrian suspension bridge. The 374-metre pedestrian suspension bridge offers adventure and thrills aplenty. In order to reach the other side of the valley, you cross the suspension bridge at 58 metres above the ground. The BrückenRUNDweg circular trail is two kilometres in length, which takes around 40 minutes to walk.
The eight-kilometre SchneeschuhRUNDroute circular snowshoe trail takes you to 1,440 metres above sea level. This beautiful tour is signposted and leads through the snow-decked mountains, along the Spillmettlen ridge and through forests covered in deep snow. Brave walkers will start by crossing the ‘Raiffeisen Skywalk’ pedestrian suspension bridge and donning their snowshoes directly after their spine-tingling walk over the 374-metre bridge.
The boutique winter excursion destination of Sattel-Hochstuckli lies in the heart of Central Switzerland and can be speedily and easily reached by public transport and car. Sattel-Hochstuckli is perfect for all ages and interests – pure joie de vivre for the whole family. We look forward to your visit.
Sunday to Friday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Saturday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and
7 pm to 10 pm & 11:30 pm