Glarus

Glarus, the smallest canton capital in Switzerland, nestles between mountains at the foot of the Glärnisch ridge. This mountain canton looks back over a long industrial history. Hikers, mountain climbers, mountain bikers and amateur geologists will enjoy a wide variety of excursions in this... more

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Val d'Anniviers

The Val d'Anniviers is a Valaisian side-valley defined by a rich cultural tradition. The chain of authentic mountain villages with sun-blackened... more

Val d'Anniviers
Randa

Randa

The village and its many hamlets was founded in 1290, but was first documented in 1305. Together with Täsch it belonged to the municipality of... more

Glarus

Glarus, the smallest canton capital in Switzerland, nestles between mountains at the foot of the Glärnisch ridge. This mountain canton looks back over a long industrial history. Hikers, mountain climbers, mountain bikers and amateur geologists will enjoy a wide variety of excursions in this holiday region. In winter, the various skiing areas of the Glarus attract families and winter sports enthusiasts alike.

Glarus, the smallest canton capital in Switzerland, nestles between mountains at the foot of the Glärnisch ridge. The mountain canton of the same name looks back over a long industrial history. Walkers, mountain climbers, cyclists and amateur geologists will discover a varied holiday region with plenty of interesting excursions.

Val d'Anniviers

The Val d'Anniviers is a Valaisian side-valley defined by a rich cultural tradition. The chain of authentic mountain villages with sun-blackened houses extends from Siere in the Rhone Valley to the climbers’ village of Grimentz. In the valley at the foot of several four-thousand-meter peaks, panoramic mountain tours and attractive skiing areas beckon.

The Val d'Anniviers is a Valaisian side-valley defined by a rich cultural tradition. The chain of authentic mountain villages with sun-blackened houses extends from Siere in the Rhone Valley to the climbers’ village of Grimentz. In the valley at the foot of several four-thousand-meter peaks, panoramic mountain tours and attractive skiing areas beckon.

Randa

The village and its many hamlets was founded in 1290, but was first documented in 1305. Together with Täsch it belonged to the municipality of Naters until 1552, at which point it became part of the municipality of Visp.

The village and its many hamlets was founded in 1290, but was first documented in 1305. Together with Täsch it belonged to the municipality of Naters until 1552, at which point it became part of the municipality of Visp. The name Randa probably comes from the word "Rand" meaning border. The extended Baroque church, built in 1717, is a real gem.