Sustainable tourism returns to Crans-Montana this winter with a comprehensive programme of activities under the "Grandeur Nature" label from December 2017 to April 2018. The Aminona region is a paradise for those who love the great outdoors, with panoramic views of the Valais Alps that simply take your breath away. Don't miss out on our weekly programme of free, guided activities from
December to April, including sunrise snowshoe and ski tours, a children's treasure hunt and husky walks. You can gain an insight into the lives of our ancestors in this Alpine region by visiting the ecomuseum at Colombire. Finally, eight mountain huts and restaurants, four of which are also open in the evenings, invite you to discover the delights of the traditional local cuisine. It's hardly surprising that Séverine Pont-Combe, former ski mountaineering champion and ambassador for Crans-Montana, has made this her Garden of Eden.
Every day from 23.12 to 07.01 and from 03.02 to 04.03. Outside of these dates, the activities take place only on Friday and Saturday.
Programme of the activities
|| Snowshoe trek (1)
Initiation et coaching au trail d'hiver*(1)
||Night-time snowshoe trek (2)
||Balade yoga hivernale* (2)
||Sortie en peaux de phoque*(1)
(1) From 23.12.2017 to 07.01.2018 and from 03.02.2018 to 04.03.2018
(2) From 23.12.2017 to 30.03.2018
* Booking required the day before until 6pm: +41(0)848 22 10 12
Free tours with a mountain guide or ski instructor. These will take place in all weather conditions and regardless of the number of participants. Advance booking necessary for ski touring and for groups of more than five (boots and winter gear obligatory). Crans-Montana Tourisme & Congrès does not accept any liability in the event of accident. Each participant must have an accident insurance policy in
place. Parents must watch and take responsibility for their children.