Hotel Mont-Fort Alpine Resort

Address: Route de la Telecabine, Nendaz, Valais, Swiss Alps, 1997, Switzerland | Hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mont-Fort Alpine Resort Nendaz

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Nendaz

    Swiss adventure #4

    A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 09, 2015

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... town and took a short hike on one of the many trails to maintain our hiking skills. On 9/10 we hiked from Saas-Fee down to Saas-Grund on the Trail of the Chapels, a timeworn pilgrimage route. Strung along the path like beads on a rosary are 15 shrines with wooden statues depicting the life of Christ. Again, a beautiful sunny day with fantastic scenery. We cheated and took the bus back to ...

    We finally arrive!

    A travel blog entry by diane.halloway on Sep 09, 2015

    3 photos

    ... grown salad. Then Barley soup with creme. We met two of the three generations that have run this hotel for over 65 years. Everyone is so friendly.

    Our room is very warm and comfortable with a balcony that winds around the hotel with stupendous views in every direction. We are tired...a nap should help.

    Tonight before dinner we were served wine and cheese on the patio while ...


    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 07, 2011

    39 photos

    ... the cliff-top and so, half an hour later, we stood atop Pic de Memises at about 1600m. The cloud swirled up from below, occasionally obscuring the view, but mostly behaving itself. We chatted to some other hikers (both French and English) and ate our sandwiches.

    Further along was Col de Pertuis a little lower (maybe 1570m) with views back along the valley and to the west and south over ...

    Could this town be made out of Gingerbread??

    A travel blog entry by rileymadel on Sep 20, 2010

    43 photos

    ... ham thinly shaved). A little bowl of pickled pearl onions and pickles arrived first. Patrick and I sampled the local white wine from the region. Next came the large pot of fondu bubbling away in a red pot heated over a little flame. It arrived with a large basket of bread slices and small plates of the cured ham. Really long skinny forks were on the table for dipping the bread and ham into the cheese. A pot sized wooden barrel of boiled potatoes was ...

    Where did the snow go?

    A travel blog entry by dkjohansen on Dec 26, 2009

    5 photos

    ... for lunch to our flat we now head
    After travelling for hours skiing will have to wait, “WHERE’S MY BED!”


    Morning has broken and wee while later we get up and ready to hit the slops. Joining the ever growing queue we finally board the Telecabin to get up mountain. 10 minutes later we waddle off with our skis and poles. Josh and Steph waddled off to their lesson while we decided which run to do, deciding to do the run down ...