5 based on 16 reviews
We offer mountainbike tours in the beautiful valais. Additionally, we also rent full suspension mountain bikes and safety gear.
I have spent a great weekend with Alpine Trails. The organization was perfect from the first pick-up from the train station until the last ride down.
The guides provide great tips and tricks along the way and make sure you're having a great time.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We stopped by for a tasting because we were staying in Visperterminen. The staff was friendly but spoke only a very little English. The product information was likewise all in German. The wines were very good though and we ended up getting a couple of bottles. The atmosphere of the cellar is also nice.
4 based on 1 reviews
C’est dans un raccard historique de 1437 qu’est abrité le musée du safran, à l’entrée du village de Mund, premier bâtiment à droite. Vous y trouverez tous les aspects du la culture du safran, du champ aux applications culinaires ainsi que les différents outils utilisés pour la culture et la récolte. Mund peut être fière, seul endroit en Suisse, de cultiver le safran selon une ancienne vieille tradition de plusieurs siècles. Cette épice est extraite du pistil de la fleur (Crocus sativus). Mund produit jusqu’à quatre kilos de cet « or rouge » du Munder Safran AOP. Un horaire d’ouverture spécial est valable durant la période de récolte en octobre, Sinon, le musée est ouvert sur demande toute l’année pour les groupes de plus de 10 personnes.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
You need to walk up a steep road up to the church but it´s definitely worth it! Beautiful painted walls, great atmosphere and the grave of Rainer Maria Rilke.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
The Simplon Pass (French: Col du Simplon; German: Simplonpass; Italian: Passo del Sempione) (2,005 m or 6,578 ft) is a high mountain pass between the Pennine Alps and the Lepontine Alps in Switzerland. It connects Brig in the canton of Valais with Domodossola in Piedmont (Italy). The pass itself and the villages on each side of it, such as Gondo, are in Switzerland. The Simplon Tunnel was built beneath the vicinity of the pass in the early 20th century to carry rail traffic between the two countries. The lowest point of the col, and the lowest point on the watershed between the basins of the Rhone and the Po in Switzerland lies in marshland about 500 m (1,640 ft) west of the Simplon Pass settlement at an altitude of 1,994 m or 6,542 ft. Rotelsee is a lake located near the pass at an elevation of 2,028 m (6,654 ft).
The Simplon Pass (2,005 m or 6,578 ft) is a high mountain pass between the Pennine Alps and the Lepontine Alps in Switzerland. The Simplon Pass links Brig (Valais) with Domodossola in Northern Italy. Drove through in late May on Globus tour. There was still...MoreThank you very much for your review.
4 based on 16 reviews
The Forum has some very interesting exhibits and even games that keep the visitor busy and interested. The video is just outstanding.
5 based on 9 reviews
Mit der Eisenbahn durch den alten Lötschberg Tunnel fahren und dann aussteigen, zum Beispiel in Hohtenn. Ein wundervoller Ausblick in das sonnige Wallis, warme Temperaturen und eine interessante Stein- und Pflanzenwelt (zB. Föhren) faszinieren mich immer wieder.
Gutes Schuhwerk ist nun erforderlich, der Weg ist gut markiert und viel begangen. Der ganze Weg bis Brig ist circa 25 km lang. Allerdings kann man auch schon vorher ins Tal hinunter, nach Raron oder ins Brigerbad (haben wir gemacht).
Ein sehr schönes Naturerlebnis, stets mit freier Aussicht ins Wallis, an steinigen und warmen Stellen sind oft Eidechsen und Blindschleichen zu beobachten. Auch "Suonen", Jahrhunderte alte Wasserleitungen aus Holz, welche Wasser in das trockene Gebiet führen, sind noch zu sehen. Eine Vorahnung von Italien!
Zusammenfassend: wunderschöne Natur, warme Sonne, historische Bewässerungskanäle, körperliches Training und im Tal aromatische echte Walliser Küche!
5 based on 223 reviews
Europe's largest glacier, a UNESCO World Heritage site, surrounded by geological glacial featured landscapes and Alpine flora and wildlife.
There are some great views of the start of this glacier from the Sphinx or Jungfraujoch at the Top of Europe. If had more time in Switzerland, it would have been great to head south and catch a better view of the glacier from Eggishorn or Bettmeralp, but I was on a pretty tight timeline so just enjoyed the amazing glacier from the Top of Europe.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
The Aletsch Arena resorts have much in common: being part of the Alps' first UNESCO World Heritage Site. The views of the imposing 400-metre Valais peaks. Their proximity to the Great Aletsch Glacier, the largest glacier in the Alps. And yet, Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiesch-Eggishorn each have their own distinctive character - which means you can find your very own favourite holiday destination in the most liberating nature experience of the Alps.
The view from the Bettmerhorn to the Aletschgletscher (the longest glacier in the Alps) as well as to the famous Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau is magnificent, amazing. Hiking in summer time and skiing in winter time here around is splendid. After that relax in one of the various mountain restaurants with good wine and local food.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
A small electro buggy brought our 2 suitcases from the station to the hotel riederhof. (Company ANDREAS TRANSPORTE). Distance: 300meter (900feet). 2minutes to drive. Cost: Amazing SFR. 35.00 !! This transport company is running the whole vacation experiance!Thank you for your message. We regret that you have had a negative experience during your holiday stay. We will forward your message to the responsible transport company. Best regards Aletsch Arena AG Monika König
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