The district of Fieschertal is situated below the Fiescher Glacier. Greater part of this place is termed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This awesome house was built in the year 1896. This house probably has withstood a number of storms and the roof of this house has worn at least a few hundred metres of snow. This fine, adorable NOVASOL Holiday Home has two cosy floors with two bedrooms on the upper floor. Enjoy a tranquil, relaxing holiday amidst lovely, pristine nature. On days with good weather, enjoy barbecuing outdoors and relish the hot barbecue on the deck. Enjoy your meal!SummerHikers note that nature provides an impressive backdrop for hiking in the region of Aletsch Arena. This region, Aletsch, is also a part of UNESCO World Heritage Swiss Alps Maiden, thus making it a unique and natural environment worthy of preservation. Hike along the edges of the Great Aletsch Glacier. This trip takes you to four thousand peaks of Valais. Enjoy a breath-taking trip through the forest of Aletsch with its 900 years old stone pines. Explore the hiking trails that run for about 300 km (How many days would it take to complete the hike?!). You can comfortably reach this NOVASOL Holiday Home from these trails irrespective of the duration it takes to complete the hike. The prerequisite is to book early and for enough time.WinterHave fun with skiing and snowboarding in this region. The 104 km long, perfectly prepared ski runs are located near Aletsch Arena, the heavenly hills situated between the resorts of Riederalp, Bettmeralp and Fiescheralp. The altitude of the ski area is between 1,845 metres and 2,869 metres, which provides prefect conditions from December to April. Enjoy rich sunshine above the valley of Rhone. Pure ski fun is ensured for everyone - from beginners to professionals. Also enjoy snowboarding in this region with friends, snowboarders and free riders in one of the several snow parks, half pipes and on the free ride routes. Skiers and snowboarders alike will be well catered for on the official ski pistes, which are perfectly protected against avalanches.