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Treasure hunt

Treasure hunt with wet feet

Go on a treasure hunt in SiSu's favourite hiking area and become little explorers. Solve the riddles and open the treasure chest.

Equipped with a treasure map from the Tourist Office, you go through the village of Grächen in search of the treasure. After a few minutes you turn into the forest. From here you go up again a bit and soon you have reached the Suone Eggeri, one of the favourite routes of Grächen mascot SiSu. From here, the walk takes you along the Suone to Alp Äbnet. On the clearing at the entrance gate to the Eggeri, a barbecue area invites you to linger. After a short break, the path now leads you slowly back to the village. At the height of the Grächner See lake, you can make another stop in the Kneipp garden and recharge your batteries. Refreshing water basins and water treading facilities provide soothing relaxation.

The last stretch leads steeply down to Robi's forest play park. A detour is worthwhile. From the forest play park, it is only a short distance to the village square and the treasure chest at the Tourist Office.

Sicherheitshinweise und Ausrüstung

Hiking gear and good shoes. Sun cream and headgear. Snacks and drinks. Pencil to answer the riddles.

Insider tip

Robi's forest play park at the end of the treasure hunt invites you to stay a while. While the parents can get refreshments in the kiosk, there is a lot for the children to discover. Slides, carousel, caves, rope park and mini-golf can be found on an area of 2000m2.

Public transport

By train to Visp. From there, take the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn to St. Niklaus. Change trains in St. Niklaus and then take the bus to Grächen. On weekends and public holidays there is a direct bus from Visp.


Grächen is largely car-free. There are a few parking spaces on the village square. Otherwise there are several multi-storey car parks in the village centre. 

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