A welcome change to skiing and snowboarding - and perfect bad weather option for the whole family as they enjoy an afternoon on the ice rink. Some may opt for excitement with a game of chase or ice hockey, while others enjoy gliding round the rink at a more leisurely pace. However, the ice rinks are open to all, whether novices or pros, and you can choose your own tempo and preferred sport. In some places you can even have a go at curling or dance to the sounds of lively music in an ice-disco as you glide over the ice. Ice skates are conveniently available for rent in all sizes and places.
As soon as the temperatures are falling, there will be a natural ice rink at the village square of Simplon Dorf. The size of the square is about 18x12 meters and the ice rink is open for young and old as long as the temperatures are low enough. You don’t need to pay an entry fee. Even in the evening there is enough light to take a slide on the natural ice rink.
The ice rink is not supervised. Enter at your own risk.
Open: 40-60 days