Gorges & caves
- Binn: Twingi Gorge
- Chamoson: The potholing centre
- Gondo: The Gondo Gorge & military fortress
- Les Marécottes/Salvan: Dailley Gorge
- Leukerbad: Dala Gorges - The Thermal Sources
- Martigny: Durnand Gorge
- Obergoms: Ice grotto in the Rhone glacier
- Saas-Fee: Ice Pavilion Mittelallalin
- Saas-Fee/Saastal: The Alpine Gorge
- St-Léonard : Underground Lake
- St-Maurice: Fairy's Cave
- Trient: The mysterious Tête-Noire Gorges an the Nymphes Cave
- Vernayaz: Trient Gorge & Pissevache waterfall
- Zermatt: Gorner Gorge
- Zermatt: The Highest natural Glacier Palace in the World
- Zinal: La Lée Copper
In the past, you often took your life in your hands going through the Twingi in winter. Until the tunnel was built between Ausserbinn and Binn (1965), the remote valley was often cut off from the outside world for weeks at a time in winter.
Situated in Grugnay, not far from the largest cave in Valais (Poteux grotto in Saillon) and the caverns of the Sanetsch Pass, this centre throws an educational light on the underground caverns an their mysteries.
The hike to the Gondo Gorge begins at Gabi/Gstei on the Simplon Road. The Stockalperweg, an ancient muleteer track, is also found here.
There is a hiking trail that begins in the village of Salvan, passing through larch forests and entering the Dailley Gorge near Van d'en Bas.
Less than one kilometer from the Village Square a thermal source footbridge crosses the Dala Gorges at Leukerbad. The footbridge is almost 600 meters long and evolves a minimum of four meters above the riverbed.