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.

 Experience the Lötschental. Experience the Lötschental.

Experience the Lötschental.

Events Lötschental

Our calendar of events will keep you up to date

Discover the best that the Lötschental has to offer! Take a look at our events calendar and find out what's going on in the region. From exciting festivals and traditional celebrations to thrilling outdoor events - we have something for everyone. Don't miss the opportunity to be part of the lively culture and vibrant life in the Lötschental. Visit our weekly programme in the Lötschental and plan your next unforgettable experience!

Mit dem Akkordeon unterwegs

28.09.24 starting at 13:30
Blatten (Lötschen)
Show event

Lötschental autumn market

06.10.24 starting at 11:00
Wiler (Lötschen)
Show event

Legend night of the Blatten cultural association

19.10.24 starting at 19:30
Blatten (Lötschen)
Show event

Wäschgärra-Fäscht

18.01.25
Wiler (Lötschen)
Show event

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Bake a carnival speciality called "chiächlu" in Lötschental

Prepare unique delicacies
Experience the traditional preparation of "Chiächlini" according to traditional family recipes under expert guidance.
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Mountain and Alpine Games Lötschental

The outdoor nostalgia experience
Experience five traditional Lötschental games in the great outdoors and create unforgettable memories!
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Rye bread baking Lötschental

On the trail of traditions
Baking rye bread together in the village oven in Blatten. Ideal for groups, clubs, companies and school classes (min. 6 / max. 20 people). On request can baked a batch of traditional rye bread in the village oven.
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Carving masks Lötschental

On the trail of the Tschäggättä
The remoteness of the Lötschental has been the source of a multitude of stories, legends and myths. Wild creatures hunted through the history of the Lötschental and left their traces behind. They are regarded as the origin of the Tschäggättä tradition, which is still celebrated today with great attention to detail.
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