From July 13, 2024 to August 18, 2024, the Lauchernalp-Stafel 6-seater chairlift will operate daily, weather permitting.
The 6-seater chairlift will remain closed on Sunday, July 21, 2024.

Alpenkino

02.08.24, 18:30 o'clock - 03.08.24

Wiler (Lötschen)

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Immerse yourself in the unique pleasure of Alpine cinema on the terrace of the Panoramarestaurant Lauchernalp on 2 & 3 August 2024. Surrounded by a unique panorama, you can enjoy an unforgettable film experience. Free cable car and admission. Dinner at the Panoramarestaurant Lauchernalp for CHF 35.00 per person from 18:30. Menu: Appetiser: Creamy tomato soup Main course: Vitello tonnato Dessert: Fresh fruit salad Break Snacks: Popcorn, nachos and ice cream Aperitif time from 19:30. Film starts at 21:00. Friday 02 August 2024 A Haunting in Venice. Saturday 03 August 2024 Bon Schuur Ticino. Bookings: info@loetschental.ch In case of bad weather, the Alpine cinema will take place indoors at the Panoramarestaurant Lauchernalp. We look forward to your visit!

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