NOVASOL Holiday Apartment in Bürchen
This fashionably furnished holiday apartment has a living area of 90 square metres in addition to the 28 square metres, covered terrace. This home is on the second floor of the house. Enjoy the breath-taking view of the mountain ranges of Valais. The apartment has 3 bedrooms with wooden panels in most of the rooms and in addition to the usual furnishing, there is also a washing machine. The kitchen has convenient furnishings, which also includes a dishwasher and a coffee machine. There are 6 outdoor chairs and a table, where you can spend cosy hours together. Nature-loving guests can visit Moos Alps situated above Bürchen, which is considered as a heavenly Alpine landscape with fantastic view overlooking Rhone Valley.
Nature loving guests who like to relax consider Moos Alps situated above Bürchen as a heavenly, Alpine landscape with a fantastic distant view of Rhone Valley and various other mighty mountains of Valais. All the surrounding villages are accessible by public transport or by car. Take a hike through the lush green forests, green Alpine meadows in the Turtmann Valley or on Moos Alp located nearby. You can relax in this region also known as the Valais Sun, where you can find rare tranquillity in the splendid panorama. Some of the recommended spots are the marked 500 km hiking trails or 70 km mountain biking trails, Nordic walking trails, several theme trails or the historical irrigational canals called “Bisse” (Suonen in German).
The ski region of Moos Alp Ginals is breath-taking for winter sport lovers. Enjoy snow shoeing tours, winter hikes through snowy pine and birch forests and experience an amazing panorama. Queues and crowds are hardly ever found near the ski lifts and runs. Ski schools located in this area offers quick ski lessons and you can try skiing on the white slopes at the first attempt. Events, weekly programmes and excellent dining options complement the offers and fulfil all the requirements. You can take mild to moderate ski tours in the ski area on your own (guides are not required). Augstbord Horn and the Thirteenth Horn are two spots that you can explore all by yourself.