Good to know - FAQ's
The most frequently asked questions - and answers to them.
If you would like to travel by car, you will find information here.
Take public transport to "Schwyz, Bahnhof", then bus number 501 to "Schwyz, Stoosbahn". Or by public transport to "Brunnen, Bahnhof", then by bus number 504 to "Morschach, Luftseilbahn". To the SBB timetable
From the mountain station of the funicular Schwyz-Stoos you walk about 10-15 minutes on a flat path to the valley station of the chairlifts Fronalpstock.
From the top station of the cable car Morschach-Stoos you walk about 5-10 minutes to the bottom station of the chairlifts at Fronalpstock.
The chairlifts take you in two sections to the summit Fronalpstock.
When the visibility is clear, you can see the following lakes
Yes, the Swiss Ski School Stoos offers private lessons on request for 1 hour, 2 hours or 1 full day. You can find out more here.
No, the fast-paced toboggan run on Fronalpstock is not suitable for small children. They can have a good romp with the toboggan around the mountain village on various hills.
The day ticket Stoos includes all open facilities on the Stoos. Including the feeder railroads, funicular Schwyz-Stoos & cable car Morschach-Stoos.
The ridge hiking trail is always open during the summer season, from mid-May to the end of October. In winter it is snow-covered and not passable.
Information on the accessibility of the trail can be found under the current information of the region Stoos-Muotatal here.
The ski season on Stoos starts in mid-December (depending on snow) and ends in early / mid-April. Here you can find the exact dates of the respective ski season.
The 4-hour ticket is valid for 4 hours from the 1st turnstile passage for all lifts (for the 4-hour ticket Light, for all surface lifts & feeder lifts).
After these 4 hours, however, the descent to Schwyz or Morschach by funicular or cable car is still included (on the same day, until 12pm!).
The Stoos mascot is present at various events. He can also be found at various places on the Stoos. Here to the page of Fröneli.