Kien Zappel circular trail
The Kien Zappel circular trail is based on the story “Dr Zouberwicht Kien Zappu” [“The magic dwarf of Kien Zappel”] by fairytale writer Barbara Burren.
The circular trail is specially designed for families with children of pre-school age. Younger and older visitors alike can discover what makes the landscape so special and gain ideas for simple games – both traditional and new. The circular trail leads from the mountain station of the Ramslauenen chairlift across Alpine meadows and through a mysterious forest to the Underbachli stream and back to the mountain station.
Availability Today (Sunday) open
Saturday and Sunday 09.00-17.00
Monday to Friday closed
Opening hours are subject to change, please consult the Kiental chairlift website before visiting.
- CHF 10.00 Adults
- CHF 10.00 Children (aged 6 to 15.99)
- free Children (aged 0 to 5.99)
- CHF 10.00 Day ticket
- CHF 88.00 Annual ticket
- CHF 5.00 Bike transport
Prices in CHF incl. VAT / Prices and products subject to alteration
The “Guggerwäg” trail also starts at the Ramslauenen mountain station. Using a number of display cases, this route introduces the animals that live in the Kiental Valley including the golden eagle, the chamois, the cuckoo, the earthworm, the mountain hare, the black grouse and the ibex.
Catering and overnight accommodation
Several mountain guesthouses and hotels on Griesalp offer accommodation and rest stops.