Häufige Suchbegriffe

Hannig Loop

Mountain Bike

The Hannig circuit tour is a physically demanding route with amazing panoramas, covering an altitude difference of 500 metres on the Wannehorn.

  • Type Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty S1 easy
  • Duration 1:49 h
  • Distance 7,6 km
  • Ascent 514 m
  • Descent 514 m
  • Lowest point 2120 m
  • Highest point 2633 m


Hannigalp is easily accessible via the gravel road or by cable car from Grächen village. After Hannigalp and its breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains – including the Matterhorn – the tour climbs steeply via Chleini Furgge and on to Küchenwang. At this point, it’s well worth tackling the extra 50 metres on foot to the summit of the Wannehorn to enjoy the incredible vista of the southern Valais and Bernese Alps. From Küchenwang, the tour follows a slightly broader trail to another view point, the Heidnische Tossu. Here the wonderful views across the valley include the imposing peaks of the Augstbord region right up into the Mattertal Valley. From the view point, the circuit tour moves on to Stafel before returning to Hannigalp, where the Hannighüsli mountain restaurant offers typical Valais dishes and the chance to take a well-earned rest after the day’s exertions.
The route is signposted in one direction only: Hannigalp -> Küchenwang -> Heidnische Tossu -> Hannigalp
We recommend: a bike in excellent working order, a helmet, gloves and a bell, clothing suitable for the weather (always carry a waterproof), food and drink.
The SiSu Family Park on Hannigalp will delight both children and grown-ups with its water games, climbing park, and fast-paced tube run.
Use marked bike trails and routes only, making sure you observe all signposting. Kindly close gates after passing through. Please be considerate to walkers, as well as to plants and animals. As a rule, walkers have priority. When planning, take into account participants’ fitness level and ability. All riding is at one’s own risk.
Ideally go to Grächen.
The holiday destination of Grächen is partly car-free. Access for private vehicles is only permitted up to the village centre.
Regular rail connections to St. Niklaus from across Switzerland. Continue via postal bus to Grächen and via the Hannigalpbahn cable car to Hannigalp. Remember to reserve your space for bike transport on bus. 
The tourist office in Grächen has a range of brochures and other informative material about mountain biking in the region.
SwissTopo Maps 1:25'000: 1308 St-Nikaus

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