Skip to main content
Excursions on the glacier
Excursions on the glacier

Excursions on the glacier

Glacier Experience

This impressive tour over the glacier of Fee leaves no one cold. You start at the Längfluh mountain station equipped with snowshoes, ski poles and climbing harness and climb up the Feegletscher secured by the rope of the mountain guide. Traversing monumental seracs and crevasses, you reach the highest point on the glacier plateau, the Panoramaplatz. Afterwards, a flat descent leads back to Längfluh station.

In summer, the tour is done with crampons. It is just as impressive in summer as in winter.

The tour takes 4-5 hours.

Equipment required

✔️ Crampons/snowshoes (included in the price and organised by the mountain guide)
✔️ Climbing harness (included in the price and organised by the mountain guide)
✔️ Sticks (included in the price and organised by the mountain guide)
✔️ Warm and windproof winter clothing
✔️ Good shoes (ankle-high)
✔️ Gloves
✔️ Cap
✔️ Sunglasses
✔️ Sun protection


19 December 2020 - 18 April 2021

5 June - 26 September 2021

Prices winter & summer

For 1-2 participants CHF 680.- per tour
For 3-4 participants CHF 220.- per person
For 5-6 participants CHF 190.- per person


Saas-Fee Guides
Obere Dorfstrasse 53
CH-3906 Saas-Fee

Tel. +41 27 957 44 64

Blue Ice 3000 plus

It is not only in Saas-Fee that you can experience the glacier world up close: The Hohsaas at 3200 metres altitude offers one of the most beautiful vantage points in the Alps. There you will also find the entrance to the Trift Glacier, whose magnificent ice formations invite you to take an impressive glacier hike. The tour is ideal for groups, families and clubs and takes about 2.5 hours.


Every Wednesday at 13.30 or on request
Registration until Monday at 18.00


CHF 69.- from 3 persons incl. snowshoes & harness


Bergführer Guide Allalin
Beat Burgener
CH-3910 Saas-Grund

Tel. +41 78 825 82 73

Here and now - Saas-Fee/Saastal is ready


PostBus 511

Visp Saas-Fee
every 30 minutes
Saas-Fee Visp
every 30 minutes