Having in the past been devoted essentially to agriculture, the pcturesque village of Liddes, in Entremont, has resolutely turned towards tourism. And it intends to retain a portion of the wave of tourism which every year makes more and more use of the Tunnel and Pass of the Great Saint Bernard. Its fine situation, its innumerable possibilities of walks and the kindly disposition of its mountain people are the garantee of an enjoyable holiday.
At an altitude of 4394 feet, 11 miles from the Great Saint Bernard Hospice, 6 miles from the tunnel entrance, 15 miles from Martigny and 30 minutes from Verbier, Liddes stands in the immerdiate outskirts of the Federal Game Preserve. And what a pleasure it is to see animals such as chamois, stags, roedeer and marmots living in full liberty.
In winter, skiers can practice their favourite sport nearby on the splendid slopes of Vichères-Bavon. They are also innumerable ways to do mountaineering ans ski touring. In summer, you can do hiking nearby the village. There is also a tennis court in front of the hotel.
Those who wish to escape from the flurry of life in the cities of the lowlands, and look for calm and tranquility whilst taking the sunshine and air cure, will find all this in the Grand-Saint-Bernard Hotel at Liddes. In his renovated restaurant, the proprietor offers you specialities of the Valais, like raclette and fondue, besides a varied cuisine and excellent wines. Comfortable rooms withs shower and private toilets at reasonable prices. Big car park reserved for hotel guests. At the service of a faithful clientele since 50 years of family tradition, the Grand-Saint-Bernard Hotel hopes to welcome you.