Barrage de la Grande Dixence en Valais, Suisse | Dixence Resort

The Pyramids of Euseigne in the Val d’Hérens

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Visit one of the most incredible geological curiosities in the Swiss Alps: the natural pyramids of Euseigne in the Val d'Hérens, Valais

Ferpècle and Mont Miné: a walk to the foot of the glaciers in Val d’Hérens

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Bucolic valley, typical hamlets of Val d'Hérens, dam & glacier, ...; hike to reach out and touch the Mont Miné and Ferpècle glaciers - part of federal inventory of alluvial sites of national importance
Les Sources chaudes de Combioulaz en Valais, Suisse | Dixence Resort

Combioulaz Sources

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Visit Cambioulaz sources in Val d'Hérens: known for its healing and curative properties, the spring water is going to feed the thermal baths at Dixence Resort
Les gouilles d'Essertze, proches du complexe immobilier Dixence Resort en Valais, Suisse

The pools of Essertse

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Essertse is the name given to the high altitude plateau at over 2'300 m, situated at the foot of the peaks of the “Crêtes de Thyon”. This is a protected site that evolved over 13’000 years ago, and houses some of the highest peat bogs and wetlands in Europe with a unique natural habitat of rare plant and animal species.
Lac Bleu D'Arolla, proche du complexe de résidence Dixence Resort en Valais, Suisse

Lac bleu

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There are many ways to reach Lac Bleu of Arolla (2090 m). The most popular is to start from  La Gouille and walk through the larch forest to le Louché. The most direct is to go straight up from Satarma. And the most buccolic is follow a path that contours around the mountain from Arolla . Whichever route you choose, you will be rewarded by a picture postcard view!
Barrage de la Grande Dixence en Valais, Suisse | Dixence Resort

The highest dam in the world

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The Grande-Dixence dam is the highest gravity dam in the world, at 285m. Following the hydroelectric installation at the beginning of the 21st century, the water can be driven to the Dent de Nendaz turbined on the valley floor at  Bieudron around the clock.