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Saas-Grund is a charming and cozy village situated in the Saas Tal valley. This village is very popular with Dutch people and we understand why! Although the village is located low in the Saas Tal valley, it is at a high altitude by European standards. Due to this high position, the village and the slopes almost always sit in the sun. In Saas-Grund you'll find the highest cable car in Switzerland, which will take you to an altitude of 3100 meters.
Saas-Grund is about 3.5 kilometers from the center of Saas-Fee. Both villages are similar, only Saas-Grund is generally quieter and cheaper than Saas-Fee. The many restaurants that you can find in Saas-Grund offer you the opportunity to taste delicious Swiss specialties like Raclette (cheese dish). For those looking for a quiet and affordable vacation, Saas-Grund is an excellent choice!
The Saas Tal valley always has plenty of snow due to the high altitude of the slopes. There are excellent hiking and cross-country ski routes, and the experienced skier is also drawn to here, especially as the Saas Fee ski area is also close by. The whole Saas Valley ski area consists of four mountain villages: Saas-Fee, Saas-Grund, Saas-Almagell and Saas-Balen.
The Saas Tal offers approximately 137 kilometers of ski runs with a good distribution of blue, red and black runs.
For the true sports enthusiast, there are ski trips (with guide) to the Alphubel (4106 m) and the Strahlhorn (4190 m). In addition to fantastic ski slopes the area has more to offer including hiking, cross-country skiing and a snowboard park with half pipes, quarter pipes, a boardercross and a high jump. Saas-Fee is proudly called "the pearl of the Alps"!
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Current Status: Negative travel advice until the 20 November 2020.
Currently only travellers from countries where the number of new infections per 100,000 people in the last 14 days is higher than switzerland's new infections per 100,000 people are required to follow a quarantine of 10 days upon arrival.
Travellers from these countries also need to go in quarantine: Andorra, Armenia, Belgium, Czech Republic in addition to these french territories: Hauts-de-France region Île de France region French Polynesia
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