The Alpin Express cable cars in Saas-Fee as well as the Metro Alpin underground railway are barrier-free up to the Mittelallalin at 3,500 metres above sea level. The Felskinn cable car also has a barrier-free access ramp to the valley station. On the Mittelallalin you can take the passenger lift to the Allalin revolving restaurant. In the revolving restaurant you can pamper not only your palate but also your eyes. With the 360° turn you can admire our neighbouring Italian Alps and even the largest mountain in Switzerland, the Dom. Attention; the ice pavilion on Mittelallalin is not accessible to wheelchair users.
The Hohsaas cable cars in Saas-Grund are wheelchair accessible up to Kreuzboden and Hohsaas at 3101 metres above sea level. Disabled parking available, also a disabled WC at Kreuzboden. (no disabled WC in the valley station and on Hohsaas). The Kreuzboden-Hohsaas area is surrounded by majestic 18 four-thousand-metre peaks. From hiking and short walks to relaxing on the panoramic terrace of the mountain restaurant, there is something for everyone. Children are not missed out either. Hohsi-Land offers plenty of opportunities to let off steam, and the small animal zoo and water park are also popular with the little ones.
The friendly staff at the various cable cars will be happy to help you get started and provide you with information on site.
You simply have to see and hike the Mattmark reservoir! Europe's largest earthfill dam. Interesting is also the exhibition in the restaurant Mattmark, (lift available) in which your palate is spoiled.
The post bus will take you to the Mattmark reservoir. There are also parking spaces for cars. The walk around the lake takes about 2 hours. Wheelchair users can walk the first half of the tour and return on the same route in bright sunshine.