It is Europe's largest glacier, a UNESCO World Heritage site, surrounded by geological glacial featured landscapes and Alpine flora and wildlife. It is absolutely stunning. The hiking trail can be a bit challenging sometimes but it is worth the effort, because you constantly have great views on the glacier. I recommend the hike from Bettmerhorn to Fiescheralp, 3-3.5 hours of hike plus a nice lunch break in the "Gletscherstube".
Definitely a must see!
The crystal clear air, the snow under the feet, the sunshine all day long.
This is the largest and longest glacier in the Alps. It is 23 km long, with an average width of 1,800 m and a surface area of about 100 km2. The
Aletsch area is a very beautiful scenic spot. It was listed in 2001. Enter the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List.
Aletsch Glacier and Bettmer Peak: Sing a Let it go