Fauna & Flora
- Bettmeralp: Marmot Trail
- Binn: Nature park Binntal
- Bürchen: Squirrel and forest trail
- Champex-Lac: Alpine Botanical Garden Flore-Alpe
- Crans-Montana: Dwarves'Trail
- Ernen: Magical forest
- Euseigne / Val d'Hérens: The Earth Pyramids of Euseigne
- Fiesch: Gogwärgi path
- Grächen: Ravensburger Trail
- La Tzoumaz: The Senses Trail
- Les Marécottes/Salvan: Alpin Zoo
- Lötschental: “Riedhaltä“ Bird Sanctuary
- Martigny: Museum & Saint Bernard Dogs
- Naters: Unesco World Heritage Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
- Nendaz: Japanese garden
- Nendaz: Treasure Hunt
- Ovronnaz: Lucky Luke Treasure Hunt
- Riederalp: Villa Cassel
- Saas-Fee: Observing and feeding marmots
- Saas-Grund: Hohsi-Land
- Sierre: Nature park Pfyn-Finges
- Sonnige Halden: Healing Herbs
- St-Luc: Observatory François-Xavier Bagnoud
- Zeneggen: The old irrigation channels
Four treasure hunt trails around Nendaz make family hikes an exciting adventure. This way of hiking is great fun for children as well.
Through the treasure hunt circuits, you will have fun to discover the adventures of the hero and Ovronnaz’s area. The 2 circuits use the official footpaths.The big circuit is open all year round.
The Aletsch Nature Center (Pro Natura Zentrum Aletsch) acquaints its visitors through ecology-oriented programs with the beauty of the Aletsch area in all its diversity and proves that this is an area that merits preservation and protection.
Numerous marmots live in the area of Spielboden. Some of them remain hidden in subterranean caves. Others come to the surface.
Kreuzboden above Saas-Grund is not only the starting point for many lovely hikes, but is also well worth a visit in its own right - especially for children!