Night sledging on the longest illuminated night toboggan run
From December 30, 2022 to March 11, 2023 on Fridays and Saturdays you can enjoy the nocturnal atmosphere in the white winter splendor. Thanks to autonomous, solar-powered LED lights, our sledging run from Melchsee-Frutt to Stöckalp is illuminated for night sledging. The 8 km long toboggan run is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Book today – and be sure to enjoy this winter! 5 days of winter sport starting from CHF 570.00.
The eight kilometer long sledge run with an altitude difference of about 800 meters is the longest sledge run in the central of Switzerland. The run from Melchsee-Frutt to the Stöckalp is a great experience.
The largest bird of the alpine region comes back to Central Switzerland. Visit the reintroduction location at Melchsee-Frutt and watch the bearded vultures which were released by the Foundation Pro Bearded Vulture.
There will be no bearded vulture reintroduction in summer 2019.
The reason for this is that the young birds, which are currently raised by the breeding pairs, are all from genetic lines that are already well represented in the Alpine population. They will be released into the wild in other regions than Switzerland.
Here you will find the official message of the Pro Bartgeier Foundation.
In summer 2015, young bearded vultures were reintroduced into the wild for the first time on Melchsee-Frutt in the Hengliboden area. Since then, every summer a bearded vulture has been released into the wild on Melchsee-Frutt. Exciting observations can be made at the Hengliboden information stand. So pack your camera and telescope and look forward to this unique experience!
As there is no reintroduction in the summer 2019, the Hengliboden information stand will not be supervised. Nevertheless, we hope that even without reintroduction, bearded vultures that were reintroduced in previous years will regularly appear at Henglirain. The site in the Swiss wildlife sanctuary Huetstock is anyway an area which is rich in wildlife, where ibex, marmots and many other wild animals can be well observed. The team of the Pro Bartgeier Foundation will provide information material.
Far end of the Hengliboden bearded vultures were reintroduce in the nearby crags in early summer 2015 for the first time in Central Switzerland. On the way back, hikers are accompanied by a varied alpine flora along the southern shore of Lake Tannensee, where well-equipped fireplaces invite them to rest.
Almost 3 meters wingspan, fiery red eyes! With its imposing appearance, the Bearded Vulture was long discredited as a bad lamb thief and became extinct in the Alpine region at the beginning of the 20th century. Completely wrongly. Because the bearded vulture is a pure scavenger. In a long-term project bearded vultures have been reintroduced into the wild in the Alps since 1986. Since 2007, individual pairs have also been breeding again in Switzerland. The reintroduction of bearded vultures into the Swiss Federal Wildlife Protection Area Huetstock on Melchsee-Frutt is intended to help them return to central Switzerland. In the early summer of each year, young animals were brought into a rock niche near the reintroduction site shortly before they flew for the first time. In this way they got to know their habitat from an early age.
Here you will find an overview of all wild bearded vultures and which routes they fly.
The website of the foundation pro Bartgeier you reach here.
A mixture of fun, challenge and adrenalin is waiting for you in the rope adventure park right next to the valley station. Fly over streams or from one treetop to another and balance on the suspension bridge. In addition to the climbing pleasure, there are barbecue areas that invite you to linger. Small refreshments and snacks are available at our kiosk.
Already children in the age of 4 (recommendation) can complete 3 different courses in the Pfideripark (children’s adventurepark). There they can feel like a spider climbing over the net or a bearded vulture flying between the trees.
From the age of 6, 6 courses of different levels of difficulty are waiting for you to be discovered. Accept challenges and test your skills. The adrenalin kick is given by our 12 meter high pendulum jump, where you can feel a feeling of weightlessness.
Here you can learn more about the unforgettable climbing experience.
Zwischen 15. Juni und 22. Oktober 2017 ist einiges los auf Melchsee-Frutt.
Nebst dem Veranstaltungskalender, der regelmässig aktualisiert wird, haben wir für Sie eine Übersicht der Top-Events erstellt.
Diese finden Sie hier.
Das Frutt-Team freut sich auf Ihren Besuch!
Enjoy the fresh snowy winter landscape on Melchsee-Frutt and take a deep breath. From Frutt-Dörfli, five marked snowshoe hikes of different lengths lead to the fantastic winter paradise. Simple or demanding tours, the pleasure for the eye are the unspoiled winter landscapes of our holiday region.
At Melchsee-Frutt snowshoe hikers come in the midst of picturesque nature. Detailed tour descriptions and information about exciting snowshoe hikes can be found here.