Cross-country skiing

The high Valais valleys and its frozen lakes make an ideal setting for cross-country skiing. The 1000 kilometres of immaculately groomed trails offer innumerable possibilities and perfect conditions for everyone, from sporting types to nonchalant amateurs. There is plenty of room for everyone. All skiers can pick their ideal pace – while enjoying the unrivalled views to the Valais mountain world. With its many sunny days and guaranteed snow conditions, the Valais has everything you need for a perfect day on cross-country skis. Head for the track!

Cross-country skiing in Thyon
Thyon Val d'Hérens Switzerland
The sunny holiday region of Thyon forms the eastern entrance to the 4 Vallées ski resort at altitudes ranging from 1500 to 2100 metres above sea level. And Thyon is not just for downhill skiers: cross-country skiers also get their money’s worth. Four cross-country trails in the classic style wend their way across a unique natural landscape. The trails are prepared for both beginners and seasoned skiers. Cross-country skiing in Thyon
Thyon 2 cm
Thyon 2 cm

Cross-country skiing in Thyon

The sunny holiday region of Thyon forms the eastern entrance to the 4 Vallées ski resort at altitudes ranging from 1500 to 2100 metres above sea level. And Thyon is not just for downhill skiers: cross-country skiers also get their money’s worth. Four cross-country trails in the classic style wend their way across a unique natural landscape. The trails are prepared for both beginners and seasoned skiers.

Length: 1 km
Start: La Mura
End: La Mura

Length: 5 km
Start: Thyon
End: Les Chottes

Length: 6 km
Start: Pralong
End: Pralong (Loop)