Natural phenomenon with UNESCO award

Imposing, gigantic, simply impressive. Big words that do little when it comes to adequately describing the unique natural landscape visitors come face to face with. No wonder this UNESCO natural phenomenon  – with the Great Aletsch Glacier and Aletsch forest – are so dear to all. This, the largest glacier in the Alps, is part of the UNESCO Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch World Heritage Site and long a protected site. The best views of the amazing river of ice and four-thousand-metre-high peaks of Valais are viewed from the three viewpoints. And those who thirst for more knowledge on this outstanding natural phenomenon is in just the right spot on heading for the impressive Pro Natura Aletsch centre or the Eiswelt Bettmerhorn exhibition (interactive ice world).

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    The Great Aletsch Glacier

    Der Grosse Aletschgletscher
    The Great Aletsch Glacier is a magical, inspiring place. Experience the largest glacier in the Alps up close.
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    View Points

    View Points
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    Grand Tour of Switzerland

    The largest glacier in the Alps is one of many highlights in the Aletsch Arena. Get to know this beautiful and unique natural landscape.
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    UNESCO

    UNESCO Welterbe
    The Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch region was the first UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site in Switzerland and in the Alps. It was inscribed on the UNESCO list in 2001
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