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.

La Tzoumaz – Savoleyres
La Tzoumaz Verbier/Val de Bagnes Switzerland
This itinerary will take you to the highest point on the ski resort La Tzoumaz-Savoleyres where you will be able to admire a magnificent panorama on the Rhône valley and the Combins mountain chain. Trail for trained walkers, with an altitude difference of 800m. Start from the cable car and cut across the top of the village. Follow the trail in direction of the bisse of Saxon and then go up to the deer prairie. Continue to the “Cross des Etablons”. Pursue on the ridge to the arrival of the cable car of Savoleyres. Option: You can also decide to take the cable car up and walk down. La Tzoumaz – Savoleyres
La Tzoumaz
La Tzoumaz

La Tzoumaz – Savoleyres

This itinerary will take you to the highest point on the ski resort La Tzoumaz-Savoleyres where you will be able to admire a magnificent panorama on the Rhône valley and the Combins mountain chain.
Trail for trained walkers, with an altitude difference of 800m. Start from the cable car and cut across the top of the village. Follow the trail in direction of the bisse of Saxon and then go up to the deer prairie. Continue to the “Cross des Etablons”. Pursue on the ridge to the arrival of the cable car of Savoleyres. Option: You can also decide to take the cable car up and walk down.

Starting point: Start of the cable car
Destination: Arrival of the cable car of Savoleyres
Difficulty: difficult
Total hiking time: 3h