In the Valüna valley in Steg 1200 m above sea level. Both winter hikers and cross-country skiers enjoy a wonderful winter landscape.
Distance 5.5 km
In addition to a 15-kilometer cross-country ski run, an idyllic winter hiking trail is prepared and signposted in the Valünatal from December to the end of March. The winter hike can be completed in about two hours by hikers with average physical condition. The well-prepared winter hiking trail leads from the Gänglesee car park in Steg along the romantic Saminabach, between snow-covered trees and bushes in the direction of Maiasäss, Brückle and then up to Alp Valüna (not open in winter). The difference in altitude from the starting point to Alp Valüna is around 100 meters. The way back to the car park then leads again via the same route. Refreshment facilities are available in the hamlet of Steg, but not along the route.
If you still have time, you can make a 40-minute detour from the Gänglesee car park on the Schwemmiweg to the Sücka mountain inn and enjoy a tasty snack there.
Update: January 16, 2023
Safety informationNote the official markings with information for cross-country skiers and winter hikers. Never leave the marked hiking trails. Hiking trail closures due to avalanche and weather conditions must be observed. The use of the winter hiking trail is at your own risk. Dogs must be kept on a leash.
Going on a tour requires careful planning. We recommend that you discuss the routes and weather conditions with the local information points in advance. Depending on the season and weather conditions, this route may be closed or interrupted.
ParkingBeim Stausee Steg (Gänglesee).
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