One of my ‘must do’ things this summer is to take my children on one of the Dwarf Adventure Walks at Meiringen Hasliberg, the first of which – ‘Abenteuer auf dem Zwergenweg’ – opens this Saturday 8th June.
Based on the story of the Muggestutz, the eldest Hasli dwarf and king of dwarves, this beautiful themed trail winds downwards from Mägisalp to Bidmi through alpine meadows and fir forests. The walk is 5km long and takes around 2 hours with lots of interesting dwarf themed activity points along the way to keep children entertained.
To reach the starting point at Mägisalp it is recommended that you purchase a day card for 2+zones from Meiringen which costs CHF 40 / CHF 25 with half tax for adults and CHF 20 for children aged 6+ (or free with junior card). For food and drink, there are two restaurant options – the Bergrestaurant Mägisalp which is only 100m from the start of the trail or Familienrestaurant Bidmi at the end of the trail with a special children’s menu. Alternatively, there are two rest points along the walk with grills and wood.
The second dwarf adventure walk – ‘Zwergenweg zum Bannwald’ – opens on Saturday 29th June.
Further information on these walks and other activities to do at Meiringen-Halsiberg can be found in our Get Ready For Summer Booklet or on the Meiringen-Hasliberg website.
For more ideas about what to do this summer, click here to read the Living in Luzern Get Ready for Summer Booklet.