Bathing pleasure in the middle of the Rhone Valley
The source between Brig and Visp was already known to the ancient Romans, and it supplies a lithium-containing sodium-calcium-sulfate water. Fifty litres of it bubble out of the ground every second. It has a curative and preventive effect on rheumatic complaints, osteoarthritis and many other ailments. The view from the attractive facility into the Valais Alps makes the amusement pool a real experience.

In the open-air thermal bath, 2,600 square metres of water are available, where every visitor will find a suitable offer. The longest alpine thermal water slide in Europe awaits children and action lovers; since the 1990s it has been the highlight of the thermal bath, visible from afar - an 182-metre-long bathing fun. The large complex consists of 12 different indoor and outdoor pools, which differ in size and temperature. The newly designed thermal and wellness oasis Brigerbad offers relaxation and recreation all year round. The garden with its terraces, which is open in summer, also invites you to relax and sunbathe.

The more adventurous can jump into the water from boulders at the sports pool or let themselves be carried away by the current in the river pool. In addition to the thermal baths, the grotto and the modern spa area with saunas, steam baths and Kneipp pools, you will still find the super-long alpine slide described above. If you prefer to stay active, you can do your lengths in the indoor pool. In all baths the water is changed daily. The outdoor facilities, slide, river basin, Olympic pool and the small children's pool remain closed in winter.

The Brigerbad also has a large 4-star camping site.

Realised by Roland Baumgartner


From Visp or Brig by car or post bus directly to the thermal spa.

Another tip:
Visit to the Stockalperschloss in Brig. Castle museum, castle hall with original panelling from the 17th century, castle chapel, castle garden.