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A stint as a sheep shearer

A stint as a sheep shearer

Experience the sight of some 160 sheep being given a short back and sides – and help give it to them, if you like, if only to find out what sheep’s wool feels like when it’s still on the sheep. You can also try giving your animal a more stylish...more

Camel trekking

Camel trekking

In Leukerbad guests explore the breathtaking natural surroundings on camels or on horseback.more

Pfyn Forest - Nature Reserve on the Language Border

Pfyn Forest -...

Once feared because of the robbers and highwaymen that lived in it,...more

Leuk charnel house

Leuk charnel house

A 20 m long wall of skulls gives the chapel in the middle of Leuk its...more

A stint as a sheep shearer

Experience the sight of some 160 sheep being given a short back and sides – and help give it to them, if you like, if only to find out what sheep’s wool feels like when it’s still on the sheep. You can also try giving your animal a more stylish hairdo, or just admire the sheer skill and speed of the shepherds hard at work around you.

Experience the sight of some 160 sheep being given a short back and sides – and help give it to them, if you like, if only to find out what sheep’s wool feels like when it’s still on the sheep.

Camel trekking

In Leukerbad guests explore the breathtaking natural surroundings on camels or on horseback.

In Leukerbad guests explore the breathtaking natural surroundings on camels or on horseback.

Pfyn Forest - Nature Reserve on the Language Border

Once feared because of the robbers and highwaymen that lived in it, today Pfyn Forest is a part of the nature park and one of Europe's last large pine forests. The forest is located between Leuk and Siders, and is home to innumerable animal and plant species.

Once feared because of the robbers and highwaymen that lived in it, today Pfyn Forest is a part of the nature park and one of Europe's last large pine forests. The forest is located between Leuk and Siders, and is home to innumerable animal and plant species.

Leuk charnel house

A 20 m long wall of skulls gives the chapel in the middle of Leuk its name. These are not people who died in plagues or wars, who found their last resting places here, but the mortal remains of those for whom there was no room in the cemetery. The inscription: "What you are, we once were. What we are, you will become", is a memento mori, a reminder that you must die.