The gondolas run in two sections first up to the mid-station of Sigeroulaz and then above the timberline up to the Crêt du Midi. From the mountain restaurant you get a sweeping view extending to the Val d’Anniviers and to the glittering white 4000-meter peaks. You will also spy the Bella Tola on the other side of the valley and a large section of the Rhone Valley up to the Bernese and Vaudois Alps.
Hikers will find countless routes such as the descent via the Marmot Trail to the mid-station or an excursion into the popular Vallon de Réchy, a natural landscape of national importance. From here you can return along the rushing Suone River (in French: Bisse = water conduit), it is a very rewarding route.
Adventure seekers of all ages will have up to two hours of fun in the Forest Adventure Park, or they can dare the Trottinette descent to the village. The mountain trains have four group accommodations for schools and clubs, offering a total of 220 berths. In winter Vercorin - Crêt du Midi is a medium-sized snow sports area with eight ski lifts and partially snow-covered descents leading to the village.
Access:The small holiday village of Vercorin is reached by PostBus from Sierre. From Chalais there is a cable car to Vercorin. Coming by car from the Rhone Valley, you will find two roads at Sierre heading to Vercorin. There is also a connection from Val d'Anniviers to Vercorin.
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