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Travel with disabilities

Disabled guests can get their R&R at the Free Republic of Holidays Saas-Fee, too, with plenty of accommodation options that make holidays accessible to all.

Even reaching the Mittelallalin – 3500 m above sea level – is a piece of cake. The world’s highest underground railway takes you up to the highest rotating restaurant in the world, where a breathtaking view of the 4545-metre high Dom – Switzerland’s tallest mountain – unfolds before your eyes.

Arriving via PostBus

More than 50% of the Brig PostBus fleet is equipped with accessibility lifts and drivers are more than happy to help with your access requirements. You can request a journey with the Handicap Call-Center in SBB by calling 0800 007 102 free in Switzerland (6am-10pm) or by using this link to the SBB handicap call centre.



Handicap friendly Saas-Fee

In the car-free glacier village of Saas-Fee, the following public amenities are accessible to all:

  • two disabled car parks by the entrance to the village
  • accessible toilets in the town hall and in car park one
  • sliding doors and accessible entry to the tourist office
  • accessible entry to the bus terminal, food co-op and Migros as well as the Steinmatte culture and learning centre
  • accessible renovation of the "Aqua Allalin" swimming pool to be completed in June 2014
  • easy access to the doctor's surgery.

Cableways and restaurants

  • The Alpin Express mountain rail and the underground Metro Alpin rail are fully accessible up to 3,500m above sea level. On the Mittelallalin, you can take the lift to the threes!xty rotating restaurant and Morenia mountain restaurant is also fully accessible.
  • The Hannigbahn and the Hüehnerstall mountain restaurant are both fully accessible.
  • The Felskinn railway's valley station has an access ramp.
  • Hohsaas mountain railways are wheelchair accessible up to Kreuzboden and Hohsaas.

Our friendly mountain rail staff are happy to help you with boarding and leaving the train, as well as provide information on the local area.

Day trip destinations in the pearl of the Alps


Visit our three world record-holders and fall in love with the breathtaking view. The adventure begins with our underground funicular, the "Metro Alpin".

This will take you to two more world record holders. In the "Threesixty" rotating restaurant you can feast your eyes and treat your tastebuds. With each 360° rotation, you can see the neighbouring Italian Alps and the biggest mountain in Switzerland, the Dom.

Our third world record holder, the largest ice cave in the world, is home to unique sights and a mass of information about the history of Fee glacier. Wheelchair users should inform railway staff in advance. The ice pavilion is not wheelchair accessible.


The Kreuzboden-Hohsaas area is ringed by 18 majestic four-thousanders. Perfect for long hikes and short strolls, or for relaxing on the viewing terrace of the mountain restaurant – there‘s something for everyone here.

Kids get a good deal, too! Hohsi-Land offers plenty of opportunities for a good run around, and the petting zoo and the water park are both guaranteed to be hits!


Sunny Hannig mountain invites you to come and relax a while. Recline on the sun terrace of the Hannig mountain restaurant (2,350 m). Kids are welcome in the playground where, with a little luck, they might just find chamois and mountain goats.


Mattmark Stausee

Stausee Mattmark, the largest earth-filled dam in Europe, really needs to be SEEn to be believed! The exhibition in the Mattmark restaurant is also interesting, and it offers a treat for your tastebuds too.

Visit Stausee Mattmark in the PostBus or there is parking available for cars as well. The walk around the lake lasts around 2 hours. Wheelchair users can travel the first half of the walk, and return the same way in the glorious sunshine.

Ski schools

The Swiss Ski & Snowboard School Saas-Fee offers lessons for people with various kinds of physical and mental disabilities.

Find more information here.