After an exciting train ride on the Bernina Line, or a hike or mountain bike ride, you'll love the view from the sunshine terrace of the Ristorante Alp Grüm at 2091 m.
Cow fights take place throughout the region in which the Hérens breed has its home (Central Valais, Valle d'Aosta in Northern Italy).
The Alpine and traditional cheese dairy of Tannenboden was built at the turn of the century. Through a large glass pane in the cozy restaurant you can watch how cheese is made. Fine fresh dairy products such as Alpine cheese, yoghurt, butter, milk and Camenbert cheese are sold here.
Because Etivaz is best when the freshest milk is used, this cheese from Canton Vaud is made directly on the alp - spectators are more than welcome.