This cross-country trail on the Hasler upland moor offers much more than merely cross-country skiing. Notably, a very exciting landscape that extends all the way to the highly unusual "Gryden" and then continues in the distance to Albrist and Spillgerten.
The Haslerberg high-altitude trail becomes especially popular with both serious and more leisurely cross-country skiers in the spring when the trails in the valley floor are starting to melt away.
The large loop has a steep climb. At an altitude of 1,800 metres above sea level, oxygen levels can already become thin. The trail marked on the map shows the large loop.