This walk from Moosalp to Zeneggen leads through a region known for its peat bogs and small mountain lakes via the old “Suone” water channel.
Starting at Moosalp, head first of all to the Stand vantage point, from which you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Valais Alps. Then head down to the Bonigersee lake, located within the Moosalp nature reserve. Your route allows you to walk around the Diepjen pond, and then follows the water channel that starts at the reservoir for Zeneggen’s drinking water. Continue to the chapel of Biel and then the village of Zeneggen, which is linked by PostBus to Visp.
At the top of the Moosalp col, don’t miss the delicious mille-feuille cakes at the Restaurant Moosalp!
Use of the trails and the information on this website is at hikers’ own risk. Local conditions may entail changes to routes. Valais/Wallis Promotion accepts no liability for the accuracy and completeness of information on this website.
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It is best to park in Visp and continue your journey by public transport (see section on access by public transport).
We recommend parking in the car park by Visp railway station.