In our web app you will find all the information you need for your holiday. This includes the weather, the resort status, the webcams, tariffs and timetables of the mountain railways in the Saas Valley as well as the events calendar. With our Saas-Fee/Saastal Guide you are always up to date and won't miss anything.
Further information and access: www.saas-fee.ch/guide
Village tours with the itour Saastal App
Go on an adventure tour through the four villages in the Saas Valley and enjoy the mountain world at your own pace. Our audio guide in the itour app takes you to the most important sights and stations. You will be accompanied by Marie from Saas Valley and Pastor Imseng, the tourism pioneer of the Saas Valley.
Whether you explore the stations on foot or listen to some chapters sitting on a bench in a sunny spot is up to you. You can plan your route and visit of the villages in the Saas Valley individually with the itour guide.
The Outdooractive App - An ideal touring partner
The app offers more than 160,000 tour suggestions worldwide for adventurers, families, connoisseurs and pleasure hikers, including a big variety of offers for active holidays in the Saas Valley. Currently 32 hikes and six themed trail descriptions invite you to explore the region. Take a look.
Botanical treasure hunt with the "Flower Walks" app
The botany hiking app "Flower Walks" launched by feldbotanik.ch and Pro Natura is also a good touring companion. On forays, the app uses the GPS function to point out botanical features along the path - exactly where the respective plant species is found along the path.
The illustrated information ranges from naming information, special features for attracting pollinators to medical use. In addition, specialist information such as distinguishing features, flowering time, hazard and protection status in Switzerland are given.
Determine plant species with the Flora Helvetica App
If you want to learn more about the flora in the Saas Valley, the Flora Helvetica App is for you. The app provides access to species portraits, including images and distribution maps of over 3,000 plants growing in Switzerland, and also enables the identification of plants. Furthermore own observations including exact location can be stored and reported to the national data and information centre Info Flora.