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Labyrinthe Aventure (VS) l En

Updated: Jan 17, 2023

We have tried the world's largest natural labyrinth !

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

I must admit that I am finding it hard to write an objective review about this place. This is largely due to the fact that I had just reached the end of a six week stint of looking after all three children full time and my nerves were certainly a bit frazzled. Add to that the fact that we had been up early, already visited another place and it was a very windy day and well, you get the idea. I know I sound like party pooper but the idea of paying CHF 51.- to be surrounded by more children shouting and running about everywhere wasn’t tempting.

However...I do have to say that it was a cool place and a great way for the children to spend a few hours. The maze was good although perhaps not the “wow” experience we had been expecting - Jude was happy to run around and he loved dashing to the next corner to see if we were heading in the right direction.

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

Having finally completed the maze, we headed over to the games area. It can sometimes be hard having a non-walking child as one of us usually gets involved in the games while the other sits on the sidelines with a pushchair entertaining little Elio. This time was slightly more complicated as he was screaming because of the wind (he hates the wind) so I tried to shield him as best I could while Jean ran around with Jude and Alba.

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

It’s a bit like a funfair with an enormous amount of games and toys including a covered area with fussball and basketball hoops etc. Jude was like a tornado racing from one thing to the other and particular highlights for our team included the bouncy castle area, the pedal cars and slides. There was also a water area with games and sprinklers for warmer days.

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

Labyrinthe Aventure Valais Family Switzerland

In terms of facilities, it was well equipped with places to picnic, a cafe serving meals and snacks and reasonably clean toilets. There is plenty of parking but we didn’t see a disabled space which was surprising.

Fair to say that Jude and Alba had a great time and we had to drag them away when it was time to go home.


Parking : Yes

Toilets : Yes

Baby Change Facilities : Yes

Accessibility : Yes suitable for pushchairs


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