The Région Dents du Midi encompasses 6 charming villages perched high in the Swiss Alps near the south eastern end of Lake Geneva. Nestled in the spectacular Val d’Illiez, these villages are part of Les Portes du Soleil, the world’s largest international ski & bike area and one of the most beautiful places in the world.
In the summer, some 800 km of hiking trails and 600 km of mountain bike trails await outside your front door, with quaint alpine restaurants and sunny terraces at strategic intervals along the way. In the winter, the snowy landscape is a study in stark contrasts, from the hushed mystery of the frozen back country to the invigorating hustle and bustle of the state-of-the-art groomed ski slopes.
No matter the season, this is a place of exhilarating peaks and inspiring views, where the border between France and Switzerland has all but disappeared and your garden stretches as far as the eye can see.
In a land with no boundaries the possibilities are endless. At the risk of sounding cliché, there really IS something for everyone in the Région Dents du Midi! 1201§
Rediscover the Alps this summer with the Portes du Soleil Multi Pass, your golden ticket to over 100 free and discounted activities! Staying overnight in the Région Dents du Midi? The Multi Pass is free of charge. Alternatively, you can purchase a one-day Multi Pass for CHF 11 at the ski lift ticket window in Champéry and Morgins. 418§
Free activities: Portes du soleil Multi Pass: The all inclusive concept !
Chair lift: With 22 mountain lifts throughout the Swiss and France resort, you can explore the peaks and jump from one country to another! 294§
Swimming pool: Swimming in the Région Dents du Midi! Whether you want to relax, play or do a bit more sport, entrance is free with your Multi Pass at swimming pools in Champéry and Morgins. 199§
Tourist train: Want to just enjoy wonderful mountain views? Simply use the inter-resort shuttles that will take you on a panoramic journey across the heart of our valley 171§
Trott’in Herbe : Trott en Stock’s fleet of 24 adult scooters and 8 junior scooters are an easy way to experience thrills in the mountains, with fat tyres and suspension to absorb the shocks of the rugged terrain and brake discs to stop on a dime. 10 km of trails with a 1000 m descent wind through alpine pastures and forests, making the Alps your personal playground. 396§
Déval’Kart: Hurtle down the ski slopes in summertime on a 4×4 go-cart rigged especially for the rugged mountain terrain. At the bottom, just hook your cart onto the ski lift and head back up for endless hours of fun. 220§
Via Ferrata: Part hiking, part mountaineering, a Via Ferrata allows hikers to safely navigate treacherous alpine terrain. With the proper equipment, adults and children alike can clip safely to a series of cables and iron rungs fixed to the valley’s rock walls. The Tière Via Ferrata is 460 m long and has an altitude gain of 125 m, skimming up sheer rock walls. The route crosses over the River Tière in three places, offering spectacular views of the rushing cascades below. 659§