- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for families
Begin this walk behind Nendaz Tourism building. Check out the magnificent Moulin du Tsâblo water mill, a faithful replica of a historical flour mill, and then continue straight down the Chemin de Praplan.
At the crossroads with the main road, take the small path on the right of the bus stop and then turn left onto the Chemin du Râé. From there, you have a spectacular view over the Rhone Valley. Then head towards the Saint-Michel church. Inside the church is a large mural depicting the legend of the Lapey de Dzèrjonna (rock field). You can also admire the stained glass window, the work of the Swiss sculptor Gottfried Honegger.
Continue towards the Saint-Michel chapel located in the heart of the village's old quarter. This building dates back to 1499 and was the place of worship in Haute-Nendaz until the construction of the church was completed.
Then walk back up to the main road and use the underpass to cross it. From the Café de la Place, climb up the Chemin des Bornes. As you pass, check out the large village houses.
At the top of this path, take the route de l'Antenne on your left to come back to the resort.