Safety informationLegal notice - Disclaimer / DisclaimerSki and snowshoe tour
A snowshoe and ski tour leads into unsecured terrain. The tours are partly not signposted or maintained. It is up to each tour participant to fully equip themselves and to inform themselves about the snow and avalanche conditions before the tour. Flims Laax Falera Management AG accepts no liability.The time given is a guideline in good conditions for reasonably experienced tourers. Times given for snowshoe tours can vary greatly depending on conditions, equipment and physical condition. Plan enough time and start early for the planned tour!This tour description and the marking in the terrain do not constitute a tour recommendation. Every decision to go on a tour is the sole responsibility of the individual tourer. We strongly advise you not to undertake a tour in bad weather and visibility conditions (fog, snowfall, etc.) or if there is an increased danger of avalanches. Attention spring conditions: From about March and generally on warm and/or very sunny days, tours must be completed early.Inform yourself before each tour about the current snow and avalanche situation www.slf.ch/lawinenbulletin We recommend ski and snowshoe tours in alpine and high alpine, unsecured terrain, with a mountain guide.
It is up to each tour participant to fully equip themselves and to inform themselves about the snow and avalanche conditions before the tour. Flims Laax Falera Management AG accepts no liability.
Tips and hintsGuest information
Flims Laax Falera
Via Nova 62
Tel: +41 (0)81 920 92 00
Getting thereBy car Motorway A13 from Zurich, exit 18 to Disentis/Mustér/Ilanz/Flims.
Parking750 parking spaces in parking garage Flims Bergbahnen (Stenna Center)
Book recommendation by the author
Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentThe question about the right equipment for ski touring is not easy to answer! It depends on the season and weather conditions as well as the type and duration of the tour. Furthermore, the difficulty and sea level and other factors have to be considered! Basically: as little as possible, as much as necessary!
Skins for the skis
Sticks (at best telescopic sticks with large plates that prevent sinking into the deep snow)
Backpack with a capacity of 25 to 35 liters and attachment options for skis or snowboard
Weatherproof winter clothing
Touring jacket (e.g. soft and/or hard shell)
Warm touring pants, which are wind and water resistant (e.g. soft or hard shell pants)
Functional ski underwear
Ski socksThick and thin gloves
Browband and cap
Food & DrinkWater
(at least two to three liters per person)
Thermos flask with warm drink
Several smaller meals (e.g. nuts, energy bars, chocolate, banana)
Sunscreen products with high sun protection factor
Detailed map material
First aid kit
Avalanche transceiver (LVS)