Hungerberg/Oberwald

Ski resorts in Switzerland

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  • Monday

    4 cm snow
    Cloudy
    -10°
    3 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -9°
    2 m/s
  • Wednesday

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    Sun/clear sky
    -10°
    3 m/s
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Erik Edler
Erik Edler (Guest)
27/10/2010
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Were to Oberwald a few days February 2010, about 45 minutes by train from Andermatt. A long sleeve with well-developed track system. The ski slopes link Oberwald with the villages further down the valley, it is possible to go skiing all the way to Visp.

The lifter is downhill but remains, it is only a hiker in the village ;-) Were there and went for a walk some days when there was a spotlight in Andermatt. Nice larch forest to ride in, playful terrain and it is easy to follow the ski slope up.

Cozy town, nice old wooden house and a small carpentry. A couple of guest houses and a shop. A sports shop that only sells long-sleeved items, a little UL top-rider jumper in classic cut. That's all. In winter the passport to Andermatt is closed and only trains leave.

+ Fun day trip if you are in the area.
+ Fun with a little variety to all freeriders on the other side of the mountain.
+ Nice and legal forests.

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Rider: Fredrik Karlsson Photo: Andrew Lerner

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