As one of the lesser know resorts in the Swiss Alps, Nendaz occupied the north east facing slope of the Rhone Valley. The village is filled with traditional architecture, world-class restaurants, and exclusive shopping. An array of activities to suit all interests await visitors, including sports, experiences, and events. Nendaz is part of the Four Valleys ski resort, giving skiers and snowboarders access to up to 412km of slopes. The télécabine, located in the centre of the town provides transportation to the slopes.

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Stretching for several kilometres up a north east facing slope on the southern side of the Rhone Valley is the skiing village of Nendaz. Although fairly spread out, the centre of the village is distinctly marked by the single télécabine that services the slopes around Nendaz. High-end shopping, restaurants, and sporting facilities can also be found here.

As part of the famous Four Valleys ski resort, visitors can expect world-class skiing and snowboarding opportunities throughout the resort. The single télécabine gives access to Tracouet, located at 2200m on a sunny plateau about the village. From here, slopes and lifts allow for skiing throughout the 412km of slopes in the region.

During the summer 250km of walking trails and hikes are revealed, all of which offer visitors incredible views of the surrounding mountains and scenery. Activities for all ages and interests are on offer throughout the year, however, the summer makes the perfect time to take to the skies and discover the village form above during paragliding or even helicopter fights.

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