The cross-country ski trails of the Bettmeralp and Riederalp routes blend in perfectly with the snow-covered landscape of the Aletsch Arena. Whether Classic or Skating, there’s a dream trail for everyone on the sunny Valais plateau at over 2000m above sea level. But down below in the valley too, there’s no shortage of cross-country skiing fun to be had on the Fieschertal trail. All three cross-country trails in the Aletsch Arena can be used free of charge. For experienced cross-country skiers, the nearby Goms region opens up completely new horizons. With no less than 100km of cross-country trails, the region is one of the largest cross-country skiing areas in Switzerland.
Aletsch Glacier meets Goms cross-country ski trail
Aletsch Bahnen are launching a new cooperation offer in conjunction with Obergoms Tourism and the Matterhorn-Gotthard-Bahn: a combi-ticket for downhill and cross-country skiers.
The combined offer comprises a season ski pass for the Aletsch Arena and a Talisman Season Pass for the Goms cross-country trail including the train line of the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn between Brig and Oberwald.
The use of the cross-country trails in Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fieschertal is free of charge.
The cross-country trails in Goms are for a fee.
- Saastal - Saas-Grund - Saas-Almagell - Saas-Balen
- Goms / Obergoms
- Evolène - Les Haudères - Arolla
- Täsch / Randa - Zermatt / Matterhorn
- Crans Montana
- Ovronnaz - Mayens de Chamoson
- Sierre Anniviers
- Aletsch Arena
- Verbier / Val Bagnes
- La Fouly