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We had an amazing 2 week holiday in this beautiful and fantastic village. The village is like walking into a real life fairy tale with its "gingerbread" houses and building and its vibrant flowers. It is a car free village and has been since the...More
Great mountain village also in September. Nice tourist town. Trip with the gondola high up the mountain. snow in September! Hiking from the mountain station back to the valley.
Lunch halfway at a mountain restaurant and in the evening tired but satisfied go to dine...More
Amazing ski resort, deserves the name “Pearl of the Alps”! Skied with our 9 year old who is a beginner-intermediate skier and had plenty of skiable runs. Rented skis in town and walked to resort. Awesome lodges with many food choices.
Truly stunning alpine village, fantastic ski area with lots of pistes albeit with nothing too technical or challenging for advanced skiers. The nursery area is the best and most extensive I have seen in Switzerland - this would be ideal for those with kids. The...More
Great service, nice runs and outstanding snow condition made it all a wonderful experience. We were here for the second time and will certainly come back again. The village has a nice atmosphere while not too crowded like in some big skiing areas.
Simply perfect getaway for a week skiing without alcoholic idiots at stupid apres ski places. Well managed. Beautiful area. Good skiing. Well maintained slopes. All good. Perhaps a bit expensive but - on the other hand - value for every cent / Rappen.
What a great resort! We were a group of 3 guys and between us have many trips in different alpine resorts but this is up there as one of my favourites. The ski area is smaller than many resorts but that didn’t bother us as...More
Visited in Late March and the snow was still very good. Lifts are limited from the bottom with a main Gondola going up to mid mountain. Can be fairly crowded. They did not have a lot of ski lifts that you could get a lot...More
Best to buy tickets in advance as they will be much cheaper - check the SBB website for Supersaver tickets, these are limited in number and will tie you to a specific train time etc but the savings are quite substantial... More
Best to buy tickets in advance as they will be much cheaper - check the SBB website for Supersaver tickets, these are limited in number and will tie you to a specific train time etc but the savings are quite substantial. From Geneva the easiest way is by train to Visp and then bus to Saas Fee. The bus ride is really scenic but if winding roads with steep drops aren’t your thing then sit on the right hand side of the bus on the way there! Taxis operate from the bus station in Saas Fee as it is a car free village but many of the hotels have their own taxi which will come and collect you from the bus station.
Its very late in the year so hopefully should be warm but in can be very cold and exposed in Jan - Feb. I'm going the week later and wont be expecting to wear my full ski jacket. If the children are new to skiing they wont... More
Its very late in the year so hopefully should be warm but in can be very cold and exposed in Jan - Feb. I'm going the week later and wont be expecting to wear my full ski jacket. If the children are new to skiing they wont be on the glacier they'll be lower down nearer the town, good choice with Eskimo BTW. The ski pass goes in your breast pocket or in the pass pocket found on lots of ski jackets now, so no don't bother with the holder but depending on where you're staying it could be a bit of a walk to the lifts so the straps to hold your skis together can be useful. Personally haven't ever had the gold card, just the normal Citizen card