The great St Bernard pass
Meet the legendary avalanche dog, the Saint Bernard. As early as the 17th century, these dogs accompanied the monks to the hospice at the top of the Great St. Bernard Pass, to guard and defend them up there, if necessary. The Saint Bernard was also greatly in demand for guiding or searching for people lost in the snow or fog. Today, the Barry Foundation includes the kennel and the museum. Here you can meet man's best friend and also take part in various workshops.
Zermatt and the Matterhorn
If you want to see the famous rock, the Matterhorn, from every possible angle, then Zermatt is the place to go. This charming village is only accessible by train from Täsch. In the winter, the ski area offers a multitude of possibilities, including breathtaking hikes.
Martigny Pierre Gianadda Foundation
40 minutes from Anzère, you will find the Fondation Gianadda. A cultural venue where you will discover temporary exhibitions of various artists’ works and permanent exhibitions, such as the car museum. This cultural space offers many other things to discover. Don't necessarily wait for a rainy day to go there, you won't regret the making the effort.
Discover the authenticity of the Valais area in Evolène. Discover the traditions of the Evolène carnival, which lasts several weeks, the real wood-fire raclette served by Raymonde in traditional dress, the fights of the queens, the via ferrata for the bravest, and the beautiful café terraces with a breathtaking view of the Dents Blanche.
The great Aletsch Glacier
This glacier is the longest in the Alps extending over a length of 20km. It will take your breath away, its volume and length make it a truly extraordinary sight. The force of nature is personified in an incredible form.