Nendaz is in the middle of the Walliser Alps in Switzerland and stretches from the Rhone area up to 3330 m above sea level. Nendaz is located in one of the largest ski regions in Europe, the 4 valleys together with Verbier, Veysonnaz and Thyon. 400 km of slopes with 94 cable cars. Spend a ski day without using the same slope twice. The Mont-Fort at 3330 m above sea level is the centre of the ski region. The snow conditions are always excellent. Furthermore, it fulfils the requirements of the 'free riders' looking for freedom, untouched nature and powder snow. In Nendaz, 'free riding' has been a part of the local culture for years. Tracouet with its frozen lake provides the optimal environment for beginners and children. During the summer, the 250 km of hiking paths between the valleys and the glacier, the paths along the Suonen (small streams) and a lot of other activities like mountain biking, paragliding, beach volleyball, fishing...
Other Activities: Snowboarding, swimming, squash, public pool (1300 m away), observe our notes by the prices, some sport offers are included in the price
Golf: The closest golf course is 18 km away. In a radius of 35 km you will find 2 more golf courses.
Ski: An excursion to the Mont-Fort, the top of the 4 Vallées, is not just worth it for skiers who can go down the slopes in the winter. The unforgettable panorama view of the Alps with Mont-Blanc, Jungfrau and Matterhorn will excite everyone! Altogether, here we have a view of 50 four-thousand-meter mountains. In July and August, Nendaz organizes excursions in order to experience the sunrise on the Mont-Fort. After this, you can strengthen yourself with breakfast on the Col des Gentianes. For those who wake up earlier, the drive is possible between 4:00 AM and 5:00 AM, you will always be amazed by this natural spectacle. Here is the technical information again: 400 km of slopes where 103 km are black slopes, 168 km red slopes and 129 km blue slopes. Height of the ski region: 1000 to 3300 m above sea level. Open: from the beginning of November to the end of April and from the middle of June to the middle of October for walkers.