Saastal Routes


Enjoy an exciting trip, through varied landscapes, on the Saas-Fee Route from Brig to Saas-Fee. There’s so much to see, including the delightful and picturesque Saas villages.

Starting in Brig, the Saas-Fee Route leads via Visp into the Saastal Valley and on to Saas-Fee. Visit the Old Town of Brig, and naturally the imposing Stockalper Castle. This you can also do comfortably seated on the small « Simplon Express» that takes you round the town and best sights. Brig is home to Switzerland’s biggest open-air thermal baths; where guests delight in its healing waters along with invigorating under-current moving pool and fast-track slide. The 2,600 square-metre Brigerbad thermal baths feature wellness and beauty areas as well as a spacious spa area spread over two floors. (PostBus stop Brigerbad, Thermalbad). And from Visp, you have the choice of numerous excursions that lead to the Upper Valais (PostBus stop Visp, Bahnhof Süd) – such as a visit to the weekly Friday afternoon «Pürumärt» traditional farmers market.

Saas-Grund, too, offers a varied program of possible year-round activities (PostBus stop Saas-Grund, Post). From here, you can make your way to the Saas Höhenweg path and enjoy a scenic hike along the Saastal Valley. The Hohsaas skiing area (3100 m. above sea level) is yet another highlight, as it opens up breathtaking views; and of course the traffic-free Saas-Fee glacier village offers unlimited winter-sports fun. (PostBus stop Saas-Fee, Busterminal). This «Pearl of the Alps » is also the place where you find yourself surrounded by 13 of the 4000 and more meter-high peaks; as well as the place where you discover the exciting adventure woods, sled run, tame marmots and typical Saastal Valley culture at the Saas Museum. You reach the Mittelallalin in a flash with the Metro Alpin, where you can ski at any time of the year, and in Europe’s highest-lying revolving restaurant, on a clear day you even get to see the lights of Milan. And on visiting the Ice Pavillion, you can quite rightly say you’ve visited the world’s largest of its kind and practically rubbed shoulders with the Fee Glacier!

Additional information

Buy ticket

Buy your ticket from the SBB Shop or SBB Mobile app. You can also buy a ticket from the driver, at all ticket terminals, PostBus sales offices and at the counter of your nearest railway station.

Additional ticketing apps and online shops can be found in our overview.

Timetable / travel information

You will find the entire Swiss public transport timetable online here.

Route open all year


Reservations for groups of 10 and more are a must!

For information call tel. 0848 40 20 40 or online.

Bicycle transport

Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.

Special comments:
Reservations are a must! Tel. 0848 40 20 40 or E-mail
or directly online:

Wheelchair accessibility

Wheelchair access to the postbus guaranteed

Special comments:
Not all lines are wheelchair accessible. Available low-floor bus by arrangement. Pre-booking at least 5 hours prior to departure.

For information call tel. see Contact.


Contact details


PostBus Ltd
West sector
Avenue de la Gare 6
1401 Yverdon-les-Bains