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Oberiberg - Furggelen

Route
Snowshoeing
Length
3.7 km
Travel time
2 ½ h
Oberiberg - Furggelen
Photo: Schwyzer Wanderwege
Oberiberg - Furggelen
Photo: Schwyz Tourismus, Region Luzern-Vierwaldstättersee
Oberiberg - Furggelen
Photo: Schwyz Tourismus, Region Luzern-Vierwaldstättersee
Oberiberg - Furggelen
Photo: Schwyz Tourismus, Region Luzern-Vierwaldstättersee
Oberiberg - Furggelen
Photo: Schwyz Tourismus, Region Luzern-Vierwaldstättersee
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The signposted snowshoe routes are permitted in the Ibergeregg nature reserve.

Oberiberg, Tschalun - Petersboden - Heikenhütte - Leimgütsch - Furggelen

Technical details

Tour type
Snowshoeing
Starting point
Oberiberg
Point of arrival
Furggelen
Difficulty
Medium
Condition
3 / 6
Ascent
437 m
Descent
11 m
Best Time of Year
January, February, March, December
Safety information

For your safety - stay on the route!

SVS snow shoe routes are marked, signposted, safe from avalanches and nature-friendly.

Order snowshoe maps from the Swiss Snowshoe Association (www.s-v-s.ch) 

Attention:Leave the route forbidden in the nature reserve and hunting ban area!

Equipment

Recommended equipment for snowshoe sportsmen:   

  • Snowshoes, winter shoes (good hiking boots), depending on weather conditions wind jacket, sweater, gloves, cap, sunglasses, gaiters and walking sticks.   
  • For longer tours rucksack with drink and catering   
  • We recommend map 1:25000, compass, if available GPS   
  • Pocket pharmacy and any required medication
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Good to know

Parking

From Oberiberg: Parking at Müller's Posthotel

Arrival / Return journey

A4 exit Schwyz - Rickenbach - Ibergeregg - Oberiberg

A3 direction Feusisberg - Biberbrugg - Gross - Euthal - Unter-Oberiberg

Accessible by bus and train
No
Public transport

From Schwyz by bus to Rickenbach - Ibergeregg - Oberiberg

From Einsiedeln by bus to Gross - Euthal - Unter- Oberiberg

Further information & links

For the sake of the wildlife:   

  • Attention: Please respect the recommended game rest zone.   
  • In winter, wild animals need quiet retreats to survive.
  • Please stay on the route so that the wildlife is not disturbed.   
  • Please keep your dog on a leash.

www.mythenregion.ch/fileadmin/Files/Documents/Ibergeregg/Schneeschuhkarte.pdf