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Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis

Route
Snowshoeing
Length
12.5 km
Travel time
approx. 4h
Tour details
Tour details
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Schneeschuhtouren Langis
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Schneeschuhtrail Jänzi Panorama Trail
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Schneeschuhtrail Jänzi Panorama Trail
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Winterlandschaft Langis
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Sonnenaufgang Langis
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
Jänzi Panorama Trail, Langis
Schneeschuhtrail Jänzi Panorama Trail Gipfelkreuz
Photo: Obwalden Tourismus, Obwalden Tourismus
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The fairytale winter landscape in the Langis/Glaubenberg offers a unique backdrop for snowshoe hikers.
As the name Jänzi Panorama Trail suggests, this marked snowshoe trail leads up to the Jänzi, from where you can enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding mountains and the Sarneraa valley.

The pink-coloured start panel at the Langis cross-country skiing hut gives an overview of the circular snowshoeing tour. It passes the Schwendi-Kaltbad restaurant, continues along the meandering Schliere, branches off eastwards at the bridge at Point 1409 up to Egg (Point 1608) and over the ridge in a northerly direction to Jänzi. It is worth taking a break at the summit cross and savouring the unique scenery. The way back leads over broad hills to Wolfetsmatt-Hohnegg and back to the Langis car park (last section along the road.).

Technical details

Tour type
Snowshoeing
Starting point
Langis
Point of arrival
Langis
Difficulty
Medium
Condition
3 / 6
Ascent
531 m
Descent
531 m
Best Time of Year
January, February, March, December
Safety information
The snowshoe tour and its description were developed in collaboration with local mountain and tour guides. It is only a suggested tour and is not signposted or protected from alpine hazards. It does not pass through wildlife protection zones and avoids obvious danger spots provided the snow and avalanche conditions are normal.

Good preparation for the tour with the appropriate equipment is essential. Information about the latest avalanche situation can be found in the links below.

You undertake the tour at your own risk. Obwalden Tourism declines all liability in the event of personal injury or damage to property on the suggested snowshoe tour.

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Arrival / Return journey
Mit Privatauto oder Postauto ab Sarnen (tägliche Verbindungen von Mitte Dezember bis anfangs April). Wer mit dem Postauto anreist, erhält eine Reduktion auf ein Getränk, die Sportgerätmiete oder die Langlaufkarte. Der Parkplatz Langis ist im Winter kostenpflichtig. Zu beachten ist, dass an Wochenenden bei schönem Wetter der Parkplatz bereits um 10.00 Uhr komplett besetzt ist. Man muss sich also früh auf den Weg machen oder mit dem ÖV anreisen.
Accessible by bus and train
No
Further information & links
www.slf.ch

www.wildruhezonen.ch