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The Moosalpregion with the communities of Bürchen and Törbel is the region with endless forests, flowery mountain meadows, energetic stones and the view of powerful glaciers. The Moosalpregion with its alpine landscape and unspoiled nature offers the perfect environment to relax the body, decelerate the mind and thus find new energy. If this is not enough, the Moosalpregion also offers a lot of activities. Whether by racing bike, by bike or on foot, the region can be explored in many ways.
The Moosalpregion – A mountain prize in a class of its own
Many paths lead to the Moosalp. Which one do you choose? Whether with a light mountain bike, a comfortable e-bike or a fast racing bike – the Moosalpregion can be discovered in many ways on two wheels. On our website you will find many tour suggestions for mountain bike, e-bike or racing bike. But that’s not all. Ask the local population or your accommodation about your personal favorite tours and discover the secret trails between Bürchen and Törbel.
Where Olympic champions make their first skiing attempts
In winter, the Moosalpregion offers a beautiful skiing area with 9 lifts and 30 kilometers of slopes. The slopes of the Moosalpregion laid the foundation for the career of slalom specialist Ramon Zenhäusern And even today he still likes to make his turns in the snow in the Moosalpregion. His successes have even earned him a golden chair, a ski lift and a slope that bear his name. The ski area of the Moosalpregion has something for every type of skier. Since it leads over the pass of Moosalp, it offers a wonderful view of the Bietschhorn on the one hand and of the Mischabel group with the Dom on the other hand. In 2021, the ski area received several awards on the occasion of the renowned international Skiarea Test. Among others, with a gold award in the area of Fun & Action (Freeridecross Moosalpregion and Brack.ch Skimovie), an award in the category of best children’s offers for MoosAlbi’s Kinderparadies as well as for the friendliest lift staff.
The Tour de Suisse arrival at Moosalp
At the end of a tough stage, there is the steep final climb from Visp in the direction of Stalden and Törbel to Moosalp. Around 23km and 1,400 meters of altitude with 18 hairpin bends are in store for the riders. A professional rider needs a little more than one hour for the final section between Visp and Moosalp.
In addition to a spectacular sporting event, spectators are offered an extensive supporting program, various catering options and a view of Switzerland’s highest mountains and the surrounding glaciers.
Moosalp is not accessible by car on the day of the Tour de Suisse June 17, 2022. Shuttle buses and public transport are available from Bürchen and Stalden / Törbel.
Further information on how to get there can be found here.
Location event area
All details about the event site at the start and finish location can be found here.