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Hérémence Church

Hérémence Church

This was built by an architect from Basel. This concrete masterpiece suddenly springs up in the middle of the typical wooden chalets.more

Alpine Ibex Trail

Alpine Ibex Trail

On this informative wildlife trail and alpine footpath in the Val des Dix, there's a lot to see from July to October. The round trip through the...more

The Earth Pyramids of Euseigne

The Earth...

Euseigne lies in Val d'Hérens, a side valley of the Rhône, near the...more

Grande Dixence – the 285 Meter High Dam

Grande Dixence –...

The Grande Dixence, the world's highest gravity dam, collects the...more

Hérémence Church

This was built by an architect from Basel. This concrete masterpiece suddenly springs up in the middle of the typical wooden chalets.

Alpine Ibex Trail

On this informative wildlife trail and alpine footpath in the Val des Dix, there's a lot to see from July to October. The round trip through the stunning world of flora and fauna starts at the "Le Chargeur" cable-car station at the top of the "Grande Dixence" dam and lasts four hours. On the way, the "Cabane de Prafleuri" mountain hut is an inviting place to stop for refreshment or a small snack. The tour takes you close to the highest peaks.

The Earth Pyramids of Euseigne

Euseigne lies in Val d'Hérens, a side valley of the Rhône, near the world's highest dam, the Grande Dixence. The earth pyramids of Euseigne are one of Switzerland's most important geological sights and are protected monuments.

Euseigne lies in Val d'Hérens, a side valley of the Rhône, near the world's highest dam, the Grande Dixence. The earth pyramids of Euseigne are one of Switzerland's most important geological sights and are protected monuments.

Grande Dixence – the 285 Meter High Dam

The Grande Dixence, the world's highest gravity dam, collects the meltwater of 35 Valaisian glaciers in the region surrounding Zermatt and leading up to Val d’Hérens. The dam can be viewed, and is the starting point for several hiking tours.

The Grande Dixence, the world's highest gravity dam, collects the meltwater of 35 Valaisian glaciers in the region surrounding Zermatt and leading up to Val d’Hérens. The dam can be viewed, and is the starting point for several hiking tours.