Snowshoeing

No route is too far on snowshoes. They gently carry hikers over a deep blanket of snow. Snowshoeing requires virtually no experience. Anyone who can walk can also snowshoe, thus experiencing the delightful world of pristine winterscapes. Beautiful trails lead through forests, over wide snowfields and along impressive 4000-metre peaks. Once you’ve tried snowshoeing, you’ll always want to come back and leave your tracks in the snow.

Bisse de Saxon
La Tzoumaz Verbier/Val de Bagnes Switzerland
Easy walk the long of the bisse de Saxon in the midst of the forest and the prairie with a view on la Tzoumaz and the village of Isérables. Ideal for beginners. Start from the tunnel “les portes” and follow the road up to the House on the Forest. Then follow the itinerary to the bisse de Saxon. Follow the bisse as far as the forest road (table and benches on your right). Then take the road down towards the village. Be careful when you cross the slope. (The starting point does not coincide with the arrival). Bisse de Saxon
La Tzoumaz
La Tzoumaz

Bisse de Saxon

Easy walk the long of the bisse de Saxon in the midst of the forest and the prairie with a view on la Tzoumaz and the village of Isérables. Ideal for beginners. Start from the tunnel “les portes” and follow the road up to the House on the Forest. Then follow the itinerary to the bisse de Saxon. Follow the bisse as far as the forest road (table and benches on your right). Then take the road down towards the village. Be careful when you cross the slope. (The starting point does not coincide with the arrival).

Starting point: Tunnel des Portes
Destination: Office de Tourisme La Tzoumaz
Difficulty: easy
Total hiking time: 1h30