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Leukerbad

The thermal spa resort of Leukerbad, with its 65 hot springs, lies well protected in a Valais side valley and is now a popular destination for wellness and sports enthusiasts. The resort offers an attractive and extensive range of indoor wellness and sports’ facilities.
Every day 3.9 million litres of hot water gush from 65 thermal springs in the mountain spa resort of Leukerbad. These thermal springs have led to the development of tourism in Leukerbad and made it one of the biggest spa and wellness resorts in Switzerland. Apart from a medical rehabilitation centre, its attractions now include numerous public thermal baths. After their sporting activities, neither skiers in winter nor hikers in summer miss the chance to regenerate in the warm, relaxing water. The centre of Leukerbad is traffic-free and the Leukerbad Sports Arena offers plenty of indoor sports facilities to enjoy all-year round, whatever the weather.

Summer

Two cableways connect this holiday resort, tucked away in the valley basin, with the hiking terrains of the Gemmi Pass and Torrent. An ancient mule track leads from Leukerbad via the Gemmi Pass and along the idyllic Daubensee to Kandersteg in the Bernese Oberland. The Gemmi Pass also gives access to what is probably the longest and most challenging climbing path in Switzerland, with long, vertical ‘ladders’ on the Dabenhorn, almost 3000 metres high (2943 m).

A dramatic walkway leads along rock walls to the 35m waterfall. You feel the energy at the source of the springs, and the atmosphere is rich in poetry: the essence of this thermal spa resort.

Winter

Alpine skiing on the Torrent and cross-country on the Gemmi Pass: Leukerbad offers about 50 km of ski pistes, 25 km of cross-country ski trails and a huge sports arena with climbing wall, indoor skating and curling rink, indoor tennis, squash courts and gym. The trail from the Gemmi Pass to Sunnbüel (approx. 9 km, 2.5 hours’ walking time) is kept open for hikers in winter, weather conditions permitting.

Highlights

  • Gemmi Pass: accessible from Leukerbad by cableway or up a steep cliff path. Impressive view of the Bernese and Valais Alps.
  • Burgerbad: biggest alpine thermal spa complex in Europe with ten baths.
  • Lindner Alpentherme: Wellness and bathing complex with Roman-Irish bath.
  • Pfyn Forest: meadow landscape and the biggest pine forest in Switzerland. Also situated on the border between the German and French-speaking Valais
The thermal spa resort of Leukerbad, with its 65 hot springs, lies well protected in a Valais side valley and is now a popular destination for wellness and sports enthusiasts. The resort offers an attractive and extensive range of indoor wellness and sports’ facilities.
Every day 3.9 million litres of hot water gush from 65 thermal springs in the mountain spa resort of Leukerbad. These thermal springs have led to the development of tourism in Leukerbad and made it one of the biggest spa and wellness resorts in Switzerland. Apart from a medical rehabilitation centre, its attractions now include numerous public thermal baths. After their sporting activities, neither skiers in winter nor hikers in summer miss the chance to regenerate in the warm, relaxing water. The centre of Leukerbad is traffic-free and the Leukerbad Sports Arena offers plenty of indoor sports facilities to enjoy all-year round, whatever the weather.

Summer

Two cableways connect this holiday resort, tucked away in the valley basin, with the hiking terrains of the Gemmi Pass and Torrent. An ancient mule track leads from Leukerbad via the Gemmi Pass and along the idyllic Daubensee to Kandersteg in the Bernese Oberland. The Gemmi Pass also gives access to what is probably the longest and most challenging climbing path in Switzerland, with long, vertical ‘ladders’ on the Dabenhorn, almost 3000 metres high (2943 m).

A dramatic walkway leads along rock walls to the 35m waterfall. You feel the energy at the source of the springs, and the atmosphere is rich in poetry: the essence of this thermal spa resort.

Winter

Alpine skiing on the Torrent and cross-country on the Gemmi Pass: Leukerbad offers about 50 km of ski pistes, 25 km of cross-country ski trails and a huge sports arena with climbing wall, indoor skating and curling rink, indoor tennis, squash courts and gym. The trail from the Gemmi Pass to Sunnbüel (approx. 9 km, 2.5 hours’ walking time) is kept open for hikers in winter, weather conditions permitting.

Highlights

  • Gemmi Pass: accessible from Leukerbad by cableway or up a steep cliff path. Impressive view of the Bernese and Valais Alps.
  • Burgerbad: biggest alpine thermal spa complex in Europe with ten baths.
  • Lindner Alpentherme: Wellness and bathing complex with Roman-Irish bath.
  • Pfyn Forest: meadow landscape and the biggest pine forest in Switzerland. Also situated on the border between the German and French-speaking Valais

Arrival and return Leukerbad

Adresse

Leukerbad Tourismus
Rathausstr. 8
Postfach 100
3954 Leukerbad
Tel. +41 (0) 27 472 71 71
info@leukerbad.ch
www.leukerbad.ch

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Accommodation

Hotel Paradis
Hotel Paradis
Leukerbad
Lämmerenhütte SAC
Lämmerenhütte SAC
Leukerbad
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Places of interest

Bikepark Leukerbad
Bikepark Leukerbad
Fixed-rope climbing route
Fixed-rope climbing route
Gemmipass
Gemmipass
Thermal canyon walk Dalaschlucht
Thermal canyon walk Dalaschlucht
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Hiking in

Leukerbad
Walliser Sonnenweg
Walliser Sonnenweg
Stage 2, Leukerbad–Gampel
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Walliser Sonnenweg
Stage 1, Crans-Montana–Leukerbad
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Leukerbad
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