Saas Fee, known as the Pearl of the Alps, is one of the most renowned locations in the Saas Valley. Surrounded by glaciers, it’s an ideal starting point for the area’s high altitude trails. In winter, the ski region has 150 kilometers of pistes of all levels of difficulty, and is linked by twenty-two railways, including the Metro Alpine (Alpine Metro), which takes passengers to the world's highest revolving restaurant.
More adventurous visitors can also cross the Alpine Gorge, while beginners can walk the many paths and trails. But don’t worry if hiking isn’t your thing: the Saas valley also has a 70-km-long network of mountain-bike tracks, and during Musica Romantica, the classic music festival weeks, you can experience exceptional music in a unique environment.
This is all about the mix of traditional Alpine style, synonymous with mountainous living and the contemporary hand of private hoteliers. We pulled together a cool style edit of those places that take the traditional dipped into urban sleekness adding a dash of modernity.read more
Everything in the long-established Ski resort of Zermatt evolves around Switzerland’s icon, the majestic and unmistakable, Matterhorn standing at an hypnotic 4478m, (affectionately tagged as the Toblerone Mountain) which puts this well-to-do, rustic alpine village firmly on the adventure map in since the mid-19th century, Zermatt being mentioned as far back as 1470’s.read more