If you are looking for adventure, you shouldn’t miss a trip to the Glacier 3000. On the Peak Walk by Tissot – the world’s first suspension bridge to connect two mountain peaks – you will find yourself at 2971 m above sea level. The 107 m long and 80 cm wide bridge is a must for every glacier adventurer. It connects the smaller peak (View Point) with the 5 meter higher main peak (Scex Rouge). Those who dare venturing onto the bridge will be rewarded with unique views onto the Alps, including the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The suspension bridge is free of charge for Glacier 3000 visitors and is open year round, depending on the weather.
Take a Husky tour, race down steep bends on the world’s highest mountain coaster, the Alpine Coaster, go sledding in the fun park, go hiking on the glacier, master the fixed rope route, discover the glacier area by snow bus or fly over the snow-capped mountains by helicopter: a visit to the Glacier 3000 leaves nothing to be desired. With its regional delicacies and its unique views, the Refuge L’Espace restaurant offers a welcome break after an action-filled day.