Now the most beautiful time begins in the mountains. Autumn in the Saas Valley enchants with its breathtaking beauty. Surrounded by 18 four-thousand-metre peaks, the destination is bathed in a sea of colour that makes the hearts of nature lovers beat faster. Enjoy the clear autumn air and the numerous activities such as hiking, biking, mountaineering and climbing with impressive views of golden larch forests, snow-covered mountain peaks and mighty glaciers.
You can reach Saas-Fee from Bern in just two hours and from Zurich in three hours by public transport. Book your stay now in a hotel or holiday flat of your choice and experience the golden autumn with us until the end of October.
From your first night, you will receive the SaastalCard, which allows you to use cable cars (except Metro Alpin) and the postbus in the Saas Valley free of charge during your stay! You also benefit from discounts of up to 30% on 36 offers.
On our top autumn hikes, the holiday region of Saas-Fee/Saastal shows its autumnal side. Golden larch forests and an unobstructed view of the snow-covered four-thousand-metre peaks are just two highlights. No matter in which direction you hike, nature conjures up a dreamlike backdrop in autumn, which you can discover with our autumn hikes.
During four days, the village centre of Saas-Fee is transformed into a large festival area with games and shows for the whole family.
Various artists take turns in a cheerful atmosphere. From fun activities to autumn delicacies, there will be something for everyone.
We may be practically at the southernmost tip of Switzerland, but your journey to us couldn't be easier: Change trains once by public transport. Unique scenery is included! There are direct train connections to Visp from all major Swiss cities. Then take the 511 bus to the Saas Valley. From Zurich, Geneva and Basel, the journey takes three hours, from Bern two hours. If you travel by car, there are plenty of parking spaces in the car-free village of Saas-Fee in the large multi-storey car park directly at the entrance to the village.