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Muggestutz Zwergenweg

Magisalp, Hasliberg 6086, Switzerland
+41 33 550 50 50
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Swiss Mountain bliss

First we hiked up from Käserstatt to Gibel and then took the route on Muggenstutz (Zwergenweg... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2016
wicketweezel
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Great hike with young kids, one of our best memories of the vacation

Bottom line: easy downhill hike with great attractions for the kids and amazing mountain and forest... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
Nir L
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Adventures on the Dwarf Trail Dwarves have long been present in our valley and Muggestutz is the oldest Hasli dwarf. Some of his adventures have been written about and children can relive his adventures on the trail between Mägisalp and Bidmi. They will enjoy the pinecone drying platform, the eagle swing, the caves and much more! Hiking time for the 5km dwarf trail from Mägisalp via Gummenalp to Bidmi is approx. 2 hrs. Starting point is approx. 100m below the Mägisalp restaurant. The trail leads gently down across alpine meadows and through pine forests.
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31 Oct 2016
“Swiss Mountain bliss”
26 Jul 2016
“Great hike with young kids, one of our best memories of the vacation”
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Magisalp, Hasliberg 6086, Switzerland
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Reviewed 31 October 2016

First we hiked up from Käserstatt to Gibel and then took the route on Muggenstutz (Zwergenweg- Dwarf hiking trail, great for children as it has activities for them along the way) from Balisalp onwards down to Lischen and then hiked further down to Twing (Gondola...More

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Reviewed 26 July 2016

Bottom line: easy downhill hike with great attractions for the kids and amazing mountain and forest views. This short hike became one of the most memorable experiences by our kids (even compared to theme parks and water attractions!). The trail down is pretty easy and...More

2  Thank Nir L
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Reviewed 17 November 2015

What a wonderful idea. A hike that includes a world of tales about dwarfs and legendary places, with little houses. Makes the kids run from one station to the other. The ~3K route is done downhill and so it is very easy for all ages....More

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Reviewed 6 August 2015

There are two lovely trails to follow, one from Magisalp and one from Kaserstatt. Both take you through beautiful woods and across alpine meadows. There are plenty of places for children to play in little houses and climbing things. You can buy local cheese from...More

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Reviewed 8 July 2015

Want to bring your kids to the mountains and not have them be bored? Then this is the place. Once you start down the path, there is a playground every so often to keep the little ones attention. The story you follow about the dwarves...More

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Reviewed 12 August 2014

These are two hiking trails which have a dwarf theme and many places for children to stop and play. The scenery is beautiful and both trails pass by alms where there is local produce for sale (mainly dairy related !). The routes are served by...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2013

A path down the hill prepared specifically for children. You take any of the two cable cars (Hasliberg Reuti or Hasliberg Bidmi) and you have to follow the blue Muggestutzweg signs down the hill. There is an explanation In German, English and French when you...More

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