Recharge your batteries in the mountains
The place to relax, slow down and find inspiration. With its fascinating realms of water, Valais is a true source of strength all year round. Ideal for action-hungry visitors who also need to unwind. Draw strength from beneficial thermal springs and let your spirits soar alongside mystical mountain lakes or explore the historic irrigation channels, the bisses. No less impressive are our glaciers, which keep the mighty reservoirs supplied with their melt water.
A relaxing break in the thermal baths - Leukerbad
Relax in the natural and healthy hot springs with fresh mountain air and spectacular views on the imposing mountains.
The longest ice stream in the Alps – Aletsch Arena
Ride the mountain railway to one of the three viewpoints in the Aletsch Arena (Hohfluh, Bettmerhorn or Eggishorn).
Magical water & irrigation channels – Grächen
Dive into the fascinating world of magical water! Experience exciting variety in the invigorating water playground.
Nature trail Kneipp – Blitzingen
Stroll across meadows, walk barefoot through cold mountain streams and learn about natural remedies.
Charming alpine lake – Champex
With its lake reflecting the Combins mountain range, Champex deserves its nickname, “Switzerland’s little Canada”.
Bisse and Trail of the Senses – La Tzoumaz
The longest irrigation channel in Valais takes you past the House of the Forest, with its exhibitions and café.
Aquatic pleasure – Anzère Spa & Wellness
Pools for the entire family as well as Spa and wellness facilities for adults offer a moment of pure relaxation.
The land of the bisses – Nendaz
Unique in the world, a network of bisses offers 98 km of walks along eight of these historic irrigation canals.
Japanese Garden, a work of nature - Nendaz
Magnificent natural site where the water runs in innumerable meanders. A two-hour walk from Siviez.
The unfathomable ways of water – Brigerbad
The rock strata on the Simplon channels water down to 5,000 m beneath the Rhône valley before rising again in Brigerbad.
Walk along the water’s edge – Veysonnaz
This walk tells the story of the local population’s fight against drought, taking you through forests and over bridges.
The world’s tallest gravity dam – Grande Dixence
Visit the dam by walking in its tunnels, travelling to the top by cable car or strolling the length of the lake.
Old sawmill in Nax and the Moulin from Mase
Explore the sawmill, a building still in working order, and the watermill with a horizontal paddle wheel plus housing.
Sunny relaxation for family - Saillon
Experience the bubbling pools, the thermal river, the sauna village and the Carpe Diem area.