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Hike Veysonnaz-Euseigne

Summer hikes

This easy ten-kilometre hike takes you first along the Bisse de Vex before entering the Val des Dix. You pass through two popular villages in the Val d'Hérens: Hérémence with its atypical concrete church and Euseigne with its famous pyramids.




3h 10m

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The hike begins gently along the Bisse de Vex towards the Mayens de Sion. At the end of the bisse, continue uphill along the road until you reach a place called Bon accueil. Then, at the bend, follow the path towards Hérémence. You cross this beautiful village, famous for its church with its modern architecture which contrasts with the rest of the village with its traditional charm of the Valais. Take the second street below the church to continue the hike to the Dixence river, which you should cross via the Letévèno bridge.
Once on the right bank of the Val des Dix, you begin a short climb of a good hundred metres to reach the bisse d'Euseigne before descending towards the village of the same name, known for its natural pyramids created by erosion.

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Transport arrangements: leave a car at the Sion bus station and use public transport to Veysonnaz or Euseigne, then return to Sion at the end of the day.
Walking time and distance given for the outward journey only.

On the way

Bisse de Vex

Natural site