Aletsch

Top trails next to the biggest glacier of the Alps

The Aletsch glacier with over 20 km length is the biggest of the Alps. It has its origin high up at famous peaks like the Mönch and Jungfrau. Further down where the ice is already on its way for hundred years, you can ride on the alpine trails of the Bettmergrat with a stunning view on the lazy white snake. Between Brig and Fiesch you can use the train and lifts with one ticket that opens up a wide area with many descents. When you enter the woods below the Bettmergrat, you still have steep 1200vm down to the valley. The trails are challenging and more on the technical side. Best time of the year is July to September.

Bettmergrat -

From the highest point you can reach with the gondola, an amazing trail follows the Bettmergrat. Always with a stunning view on the glacier. Click here to find out more.

Bettmergrat/ Bettmersee -

It starts technical over many rocks. Click here to find out more.

Bettmergrat/ Bettmersee -

The rocks are really grippy and the trail is hardly marked, so you can choose creative lines. Click here to find out more.

Bettmersee -

The Bettmersee trail turns left, away from the ridge. Click here to find out more.

Z'Matt -

Lower down it is less alpine. Click here to find out more.

Slick Rock -

But the trails are steep and technical. Click here to find out more.

Slick Rock -

Good the rocks are grippy. Click here to find out more.