The incredible Valais descents offer skiers unadulterated and endless fun. The descents are up to 17 kilometres long – non-stop, without ever having to use a ski lift. Some physical fitness is essential. And especially the love of skiing. And off you go down the perfect pistes, from the high peaks down into the valley. With fantastic carving conditions, challenging slopes and headlong schusses. The only reason for skiers to stop are the many picturesque ski huts situated along the pistes.
Hockenhorngrat - Wiler, 14 km
The 14-km descent begins on the Hockenhorngrat at 3111m with a breath-taking panorama of 40 four-thousand-metre peaks! You can combine various attractive routes on your descent to the valley. Catering to all levels of difficulty, the numerous pistes converge at Gandegg (2720m) and on the Laucheralp (2000m) before the descent into the Lötschental valley to Wiler (1419m).
Start: Hockenhorngrat (3111 m)
End: Lötschental to Wiler (1419m)