Escape the everyday life for a while and spent your winter holiday on the Fiescheralp. The ski area in the Swiss Wallis attracts with its clear mountain air, impressive panorama and a beautiful snowy landscape – all at 2,200 meters above sea level. Ski enthusiasts and snowboarder are goingt to be excited about the vast ski area. About 40 kilometers of perfectly prepared pistes awaits the winter athlete at the Fiescheralp.
A resting vacation in a car-free spa town – not far from the pistes. That sounds appealing, doesn’t it? That is what the Fiescheralp in the Swiss Wallis is offering. As a part of Aletscharena the ski area has about hundred kilometer of varying down-hill slopes. With its charming cross-country slopes and winter trails (even for dogs) the Fiescheralp offers something for every winter sports enthusiast. Get the appropriate equipment on the spot at the ski rental station of INTERSPORT Rent aon the Fiescheralp.
As part of the carfree Aletschplateaus the Fiescheralp is of a very resting nature. With its wide range of relaxing ski runs its offering skiers and snowboarders with every skill set enough action and fun in their winter holidays. With the Bettmeralp and the Riederalp the Fiescheralp belongs to the ski area of Alets in Vallais - lots of fun on the pistes for the whole family.
Variations of blue, red and black pistes await the winter sports lover on altogether 104 kilometers. Popular with more experienced winter sports is the Aletschgletscher with its challenging black pistes. At the ski rental of INTERSPORT Rent on the Fiescheralp you will find the right skis and boards - and our team of winter sports experts likes to share informations on the hotspots. Whoever needs important tips for safety is here at the right spot.
On the Fiescheralp and the Aletschgletscher you will find a grat network of winter walking trails and cross-country slopes on which you can discover the breathtaking Swiss landscapes with its beautiful details. A plus for dog-owners: Take you dog with you on your winter walks. The Aletschgletscher offers a two kilometer cross-country slope for dogs.