Private Airport Transfers to Riederalp
Happybus provide private airport transfers services to Riederalp all year-round. Our chauffeur driven private transfers include personalized airport pick ups and a door-to-door transfer services. We are happy to accommodate special requests for additional services such as business events, courier services, sight-seeing and ramble tours with guides.
Transfer time by minibus from Geneva Airport: 2h35
Transfer time by minibus from Geneva Airport: 1h00
Altitude resort: 2000m
Riederalp is a family-friendly, car-free summer and winter holiday resort in the Upper Valais, located on a sunny high plateau, surrounded by park-like countryside at an altitude of almost 2000 m. Riederalp provides ideal access to the first UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in the Alps located by the Big Aletsch Glacier.
The Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn region as a landscape of exceptional beauty has been included in the list of UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. The majestic Aletsch Glacier which is 23 kilometres long is the biggest and most powerful glacier in the Alps consisting of 27 billion metric tonnes of ice.
The holiday resort of Riederalp offers an impressive panorama view of the 4000-metre-high peaks of the Valais Alps, including the Matterhorn and Dom.
The Aletsch ski region consisting of the three areas Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiescheralp and equipped with 35 lifts and pistes catering for various abilities in total is big enough to accommodate skiers and snowboarders. At Riederalp winter sports enthusiasts enjoy the benefit of being able to ski right to their doorstep.
For winter walkers there is a panorama trail from the Moosfluh summit station to the Villa Cassel. A flat winter walking trail connects up the holiday resorts of Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiescheralp. The cross-country skiing paradise of Goms at the bottom of the Rhone Valley caters perfectly for cross-country skiers.
Solbad Breiten/Mörel – Alpine brine health spa with Mediterranean qualities
Aletsch Forest – the larch and mountain pine forest is home to Switzerland’s oldest trees
Big Aletsch Glacier – highlight of the Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site / glacier crossing on foot
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