Sulwald – something different

The almost nostalgic aerial cable car whisks guests in four minutes from Isenfluh (1084 meters) to Sulwald (1520 meters).

From the sunny Isenfluh mountain village an almost nostalgic red cable car brings guests up to the Sulwald hamlet.

Gadastatt – above the Therme Vals spa complex

The typical Walser Alps lie on the west side of the Vals mountain village; to where the gondola cableway climbs to 1817-meter altitude. The Gadastatt lies at the foot of the Dachberg mountain.

Tschentenalp – Views over the valley

680 meters above the Adelboden village street is where you find the Schwandfeldspitz – with top views over the Engstligen Valley, Lohner, Wildstrubel as far as the Wildhorn.

Torrenthorn – above the thermal baths

The cable cars glide on a steep ascent from the Thermal Spa Resort of Leukerbad to the peak of the Gemmi (separate side) and the Torrent Alp (2300m) The Torrent Train was inaugurated in 1971.

The Valais four-thousanders stand nicely to attention on the southern horizon - And visitors spending the night at the mountain guesthouse by the Torrenthorn Rinderhütte witness the summit world in a very special light.