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Resorts
Anzère - A friendly and popular resort, sitting on a sunny plateau overlooking the Rhône valley, ideally located for the activities on offer

Anzère is part of the central Valais community of Ayent at the foot of the Wildhorn massif. It nestles amidst larch and pine forests and enjoys an almost Mediterranean micro-climate. Before 1960, Anzère was simply a collection of five small chalets. Thanks to its favoured location, Anzère quickly grew to become a modern but compact holiday village. The surrounding countryside is dotted with alpine huts, usually built in stone or timber toasted a rich brown by the sun.
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Nendaz - In the centre of the “Bisses country”, Nendaz is a paradise for all outdoor activities

Nendaz has a unique network of 98km of water-carrying “bisses”, which defines the area around this bustling town. With a network of marked hiking and mountain biking trails through ancient forests and lush pastures, accessible to those of every level of ability, Nendaz is an ideal resort for our programmes.
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Facts
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Switzerland is a landlocked country of 7.8 million people in Western Europe with an area of 41,280 km2. Switzerland is a federal republic, consisting of 26 states known as cantons. Bern is the seat of the federal government and de facto capital, while the country's economic centres are its two global cities, Geneva and especially Zurich.


Switzerland is bordered by Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein. Switzerland is multilingual and has four official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. Switzerland has a long history of neutrality - it has not been at war since 1815 - and hosts many international organizations, including the Red Cross, the WTO and one of the two U.N.'s European offices.



Capital: Bern (federal capital)
Location: 46' 57'N, 7'27'E
Largest city: Zurich
Official languages: German, French, Italian
Goverment: Direct democracy
Area: 41,280 km2
Population: 7,825,243 (World Bank, 2010)