Fresh bread from one of the many local bakeries helps start the day. If you wish to join a ski school, these start at 9.30 or 10am. For the adventurous you can head off into the mountains with a guide on a high alpine tour later in the season. Throughout the mountains there are a range of restaurants and bars from self-service to an old alpine chalet at Gletschgrotte.
After skiing, you can walk through the village where the bars come alive from mid afternoon, with music blaring and the drinks flowing.
Après ski - there are a range of activities, including tobogganing, skating, curling, snow tubing, 'Feeblitz', and the indoor sports centre with pool looking out to the mountains. The Saas Fee website or information office provides all the latest information. Eating out is on your doorstep, you are right in the centre of the village. There is a wide range of restaurants from a simple pizzeria to a gourmet Michelin starred restaurant, and pretty much everything in between.
Eating out is on your doorstep, you are right in the centre of the village.