The Alpine heart of Switzerland offers extremely impressive scenery of grand snowy peaks, lush grassy valleys and crystal clear lakes – all of which makes for great hiking in the summer and world-class sports in the winter.
The Jungfrau Region is the most accessible area and popular with tourists but other regions include Interlaken, Grindelwald, Zermatt and the Matterhorn, Zürich and The Rhine Falls.
“There is nothing quite like climbing to the top of the Alps and looking down upon the earth. Everything in the world suddenly makes sense.” – Anonymous
Switzerland and the Alps are inseparable from each other. In fact, the Alps occupy a good half of the country’s territory. They are majestic mountains that have won worldwide fame for their unique beauty, mystique, and genuine grandeur and relaxation. It is said that if the Alps were to disappear from the face of the Earth, Switzerland will immediately lose half its tourism attraction.
Switzerland is Europe’s mountain playground and is the promised land for lovers of hiking. The Swiss Alps are deservedly regarded as the birthplace of mountaineering and skiing. It boasts of some of the best ski resorts with the best slopes. The most popular ski resorts include Grindelwald, Engelberg, St. Moritz, Davos, Zermatt, Verbier, Saas-Fee, and Cran – Montana. The most famous peak of the Swiss Alps is Mount Matterhorn, which you probably know from the photographs.
Fun Fact: It is the silhouette of the Matterhorn depicted on the emblem of the world-famous chocolate “Toblerone”.
It is worth remembering that not all resorts here are categorically imprisoned for skiing. The Swiss Alps are home to some of the most breathtaking sceneries in the world. In most places, you can simply relax in the fresh air, swim a lazy jellyfish in the warm outdoor pools, wander in the woods, or even, if the season allows it, go fishing or lie among the cows in the Alpine meadows. We suggest you rent Swiss Alps Chalet for unique skiing holidays. Whether you are looking for a traditional holiday home in “alpine-chic” style, modern holiday homes with their own wellness and spa areas and open fire, or chalets with their own private chef and luxurious sauna and jacuzzi, the luxury chalets in Swiss Alps listed at Julius Homes will delight you!
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Depends on what you want to do. In summer, the glaciers and the immaculate peaks are the attraction of the Alps, very inviting for active hiking. The hiking season in the Alps usually runs from June to October. In winter, it is undoubtedly the snow that attracts guests at altitude. But weather conditions can change quickly at altitude. So be prepared for both heat and snowfall even in peak summers, as well as thunderstorms, especially in the late afternoon. It is a better idea to check the exact opening dates of the refuges and inns in advance because some of them might remain shut outside the opening period. You can check our website for luxury chalets for rent in Swiss Alps, where you can find some of the best deals.
In winter, in the Swiss Alps you can ski and snowboard, and try dog sledding. Swiss Alps are the home to the first-class ski resorts. In summer these great mountains offer excellent hiking opportunities. Experience life in Alpine villages, enjoy idyllic mountain landscapes and breathe the purest alpine air. Book our luxury chalets Swiss Alps and you will be guaranteed tranquility, peace, beautiful landscapes and European comfort.