ANSWERS TO THE MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE Schafalm
The Schafalm is open in summer and winter from 9AM - 5PM.
Start Summer Season: Thursday, 25 June 2020
End Summer Season: Saturday, 17 October 2020
June & September closed Tuesdays
Start Winter Season: mid-/end of November - depending on snow situation
End Winter Season: 10 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, tables can only be reserved for 11:30 or 1:30 for the Gallery on the first floor. 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 email@example.com
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.