Grand St. Bernard - Pass and Saint Bernard Dogs

The Saint Bernard dog is a special symbol of Switzerland. Everyone knows that the large and good-natured Barry saved the lives of lost mountaineers. The four-legged hero has always been bred at the Alpine Pass of Great Saint Bernhard. more

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Emosson – railways and reservoir

Three unusual trains take visitors to the Emossen Reservoir Lake. Even getting to Emossen by taking the train from Martigny towards Chamonix,... more

Emosson – railways and reservoir
Crossing the Great St. Bernard Hill

Crossing the Great St. Bernard Hill

You can set out on a real hike across the Alps, leaving from the Great St. Bernard hill accompanied by friends or family and arriving at the vilage... more

Grand St. Bernard - Pass and Saint Bernard Dogs

The Saint Bernard dog is a special symbol of Switzerland. Everyone knows that the large and good-natured Barry saved the lives of lost mountaineers. The four-legged hero has always been bred at the Alpine Pass of Great Saint Bernhard.

The Saint Bernard dog is a special symbol of Switzerland. Everyone knows that the large and good-natured Barry saved the lives of lost mountaineers. The four-legged hero has always been bred at the Alpine Pass of Great Saint Bernhard.

Emosson – railways and reservoir

Three unusual trains take visitors to the Emossen Reservoir Lake. Even getting to Emossen by taking the train from Martigny towards Chamonix, traveling through the almost impassable ravine, is an adventure.

Four scenic railways lead to the Emosson reservoir. And adventure commences in Martigny, on through the cut out Trient Valley, finally arriving at the 180 meter-high dam walls.

Crossing the Great St. Bernard Hill

You can set out on a real hike across the Alps, leaving from the Great St. Bernard hill accompanied by friends or family and arriving at the vilage of La Fouly, via the wild Val Ferret. The thousand-year-old hospice in Great St. Bernard is the point of departure for this hike.

The thousand-year-old hospice in Great St. Bernard is the point of departure for this hike.