Tourism is centred on the five villages of:


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Ferden, 1,375 m above sea level

Ferden is the first village in the Lötschental and is therefore the gateway to the most unspoilt Alpine valley. Its Goppenstein railway station is known across the world as the ...

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Kippel, 1376 m above sea level

It is worth paying a visit to the old part of Kippel with its ornamental timber façades and St. Martin's Church, which dates back to the 16th century. As the unofficial cultural...

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Wiler, 1,419 m above sea level

Right at the very heart of the Lötschental lies Wiler, the perfect holiday destination for active holidaymakers and families. Wiler is the starting point of the cable car to the...

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Blatten, 1,540 m above sea level

Blatten is the highest village at Lötschental. Timber houses blackened by the sun and covered by stone slates, typical Valais granaries, unspoilt nature with diverse flora and faun...

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Steg-Hohtenn, 650 m above sea level

Steg-Hohtenn consists, as the name implies, of the two villages Steg and Hohtenn, which merged in 2009 to a single community. The municipality has 1,500 inhabitants and is locat...

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Parishes Lötschental

Here you'll find lots of facts about the parishes and the religious services (Roman Catholic) of the Lötschental.