There are countless routes to take you up to the heady heights of Piz Nair at 3057 metres, to the natural reservoir at Lej Alv newly created in 2015 or, for alpine hikers with the right equipment, almost vertically up to Piz Ot. By contrast the Schellen Ursli Path is ideal for kids: from its starting point at Chantarella it tells the story of Ursli, who was absolutely determined to carry the largest bell at the traditional Chalandamarz event and pulls every trick in the book to achieve just that. Heidi’s Flower Trail is just as exciting and instructive, and like many other paths and trails it is accessible to strollers and buggies. And if you’re lucky, you’ll even spot the odd marmot or two during your hike – or Munggä as they’re lovingly called here. All this nature’s so exciting, no matter what age you are!