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A mountain reaching an altitude of up to 3,330m, the Mont-Fort offers a magnificent panoramic view over more than twenty majestic peaks of up to 4,000m including the Matterhorn and the Mont-Blanc. In summer, Nendaz organises sunrise excursions to...more
route de la Telecabine 1, Nendaz 1997, Switzerland
From La Tzoumaz it takes about 2 hours to get to the top plus another 2 hours to ride back. Kids really enjoy the ride as well as me and my wife. If you are planning to go up to the top, make sure you...More
On a very sunny day in August, we took the télécabine and télésieges from Siviez to the top of the Mont Fort. The view was spectacular, we could clearly see the Matterhorn. The hike back to Siviez lasted much longer than expected. The first part...More
Absolutely magnificent view of the Alps. You can see Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn from this 3,300M summit.
Note: the trail down is challenging at the top and only expert skiers or advanced intermediate types should attempt the slope down. Others should simply return by...More
We came across from Thyon and it was a great day of exploring and new slopes, the trip up Mont Fort being the highlight that totally took our breath away. Fabulous sandwich had from the tiny cafe up there also. Beware though, the mogul field...More
Visiting in summer is incredible with breathtakingly extraordinarily amazing views. The last climb up to the summit is not suitable for young children or elderly, but there's a small cabin with a café in it for those who'd need to wait while others go right...More
Great views from the top.
Skiing or boarding down through the moguls is a great experience.
Does not actually seem as steep as it looks from the base station.
Venture under the cable car for a bit steeper run.
Top of Mont Fort in the Verbier ski area. It takes a while waiting for the relay of Cable Cars to get you to the summit but once your there it takes your breath away or is that the altitude.
Pause and take it all...More