ANSWERS TO THE MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE Schafalm
The Schafalm is open in summer and winter from 9AM - 5PM.
Start Summer Season: 21st of May 2021
End Summer Season: 1st of November 2021
Days off and maintenance work on the cable car - still open
Start Winter Season: Mid of december 2020 - due to the current situation
End Winter Season: 11 April 2021
Winter open daily
The full menu is available after 11AM, with small snacks served before that.
Evening events are possible for groups of at least 35-40 guests, please make arrangements directly with our event manager.
Tables can be reserved here.
In winter, table reservations can only be made for the gallery on the first floor and the parlor on the ground floor. The possible times for reservations are either 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. In the Schirm and the rest of the ground floor at the Schafalm, guests are welcomed on a "First-Come-First-Served" basis.
In summer, reservations can be more flexible.
We are happy to cater to your special requests whenever possible. Simply get in touch with us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the Schafalm is barrier-free, here you will find detailed information about barrier-free arrival/departure at the Schafalm
The Schafalm provides a "handicapped WC" on the ground floor.
We accept cash, EC-Karte as well as VISA & Mastercard.
Yes, dogs are permitted at the Schafalm .
However, please always show consideration for other guests and children especially. (if necessary, keep your dog on a leash and use a muzzle)
No! Smoking has been banned without exception since November 2019.
Which is why we ask our valued smoking guests to enjoy their tobacco outside.
Our legendary après-ski parties with great LIVE music take place every week in winter on Friday & Saturday from 1:30PM in the "Schirm" at the Schafalm, Check out our upcoming dates here.
In summer, we host a Frühschoppen with authentic folk music at the Schafalm every Sunday at 11AM.
In summer, guests can also look forward to a number of other highlights including the Solstice Festival in June, hut festivals in July, August & September as well as the unique Herb Ladies Festival annually on 15 August (Assumption Day).
Yes, the Schafalm has a sheep barn right here in the same building.
In winter, this barn is home to two or three "Valais blacknose sheep", while the barn itself is insulated & soundproofed. This barn is a real highlight for our little guests at the Schafalm especially.
In the summer months, the sheep love grazing the lush green meadows which surround us.