How to get there & route details
How to travel to Unter dem Berg and how to find your way.
How to get there and back
Unter dem Berg can be reached by car or by bus from Saas-Fee or from Stalden/Visp.
There are buses from Saas-Fee to Saas-Grund/Stalden/Visp.
Walk from the bus stop in Unter dem Berg to the church about 100 m (300 ft) down the road. Follow the signs to 'Unter dem Berg Talstation' from here. From the cable car station, follow the signs to 'Saas-Grund Post'. After the church and bus stop in Saas-Grund, turn right to Saas-Fee, as indicated by the signpost for road traffic. Just before the bridge, on the right side, start following the signs to Saas-Fee (Kapellenweg). You will now walk on the left bank of the Saaser Vispa.
Cross the bridge after about 750 m (2,500 ft) and keep heading for Saas-Fee (Kapellenweg). At the fork, turn right into an ascending path. From this point on, there are 15 small chapels and a larger one to be seen. They were built between 1708 and 1711.
Just before Saas-Fee, turn into the left path to Saas-Fee. You will reach the town via a narrow asphalt road. Turn right at the end of this road. You will pass the post office/bus station as you are heading for Wildi/Dorfrundweg. Turn left at hotel Allalin. Keep following the shopping street and turn right to Hannig after the church. Follow the asphalt road up the hill. The signs to Hannig will lead you to a forest trail. Once you are on this trail, take the first path on your left. Further on, walk straight ahead following the signs Dorfrundweg. You will cross a bridge and follow the signs to the Gletschersee.
From the lake, follow the signs to Saas-Fee. At an intersection, turn right to Dorfrundweg into the descending path along the river. You will cross a bridge and follow the sign Dorfrundweg to the right. Turn left into the wide gravel path and turn right at the asphalt road. Keep heading for Saas-Fee now. Once in Saas-Fee, follow the signs to the bus station. You will pass by the Metro Alpin (to the panoramic restaurant Allalin) and cross a high bridge over the Feevispa river.