Wispile – once reached by Funi sled

Mountains – The Wispile gondola train takes you to an elevation of 1911 meters. In summer the gondola ride takes you to a petting zoo, a tree adventure park, a Trottinett ride, hikes to Lake Lauen or to Gsteig, paragliding, a “Fairytale Uncle”, a cheese trail including a visit to a dairy farm and a Silentium Place where you can reflect in silence.

Hardened hikers know the mountain ridge south of Gstaad: As it’s a top starting point for panoramic hikes to the highly-praised Lauenensee lake. Gondola rail takes you up to Höhi Wispile.

Wispile – once reached by Funi sled
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Bendolla and Corne de Sorebois

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The name Anniviers supposedly stems from the Latin "ad nives" (to the snow).

Bendolla and Corne de Sorebois
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Crêt du Midi – Rhone Valley and the Alps

Mountains – The picturesque holiday village of Vercorin is found at the farthest edge of the Val d'Anniviers, on a piece of land jutting out over the Rhone Valley. From the edge of the village a gondola has been running up the Crêt du Midi, the closest peak between Val d'Anniviers and Vallon de Réchy, since 1973.

Sweeping views extend from far into the Val d'Anniviers valley to the glistening white four-thousanders, the Bella Tola on the other valley side, and across the Rhone Valley as far as the Vaud and Bernese Alps.

Crêt du Midi – Rhone Valley and the Alps
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Parsenn – for diverse activities

Mountains – Whether a visitor may be a skier, a literature fan, a mountaineer or a scientist, the Parsenn Mountain Train, opened in 1931, will be of great help to explore the wonderful Weissfluh-Joch.

The Parsennbahn railway ascends the Weissfluhjoch in two sections in pretty much the same way as an express train. And it’s no time at all until the Davos landscapes lie at your feet and views extend from Piz Kesch to Bernina and 60-ks south.

Parsenn – for diverse activities
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