My Leukerbad AG
This is how it works:
When you buy your mountain railway tickets, the «Cause We Care» contribution is already integrated. My Leukerbad AG also offers you the opportunity to donate the CHF 5.00 of your SkiKeyCard deposit and, for an additional CHF 1, a «climate protection menu» in the Rinderhütte restaurant. This means that the emissions generated by your experience will be offset with myclimate. At the same time, the mountain railways double your contribution and invest it in their own sustainability. In this way, you achieve a double effect.
My Leukerbad AG, founded in 2016, is the operating organisation of the most important tourism service providers in the destination of Leukerbad, such as Leukerbad Tourismus, Torrent-Bahnen, Leukerbad Therme, Sportarena, Snowpark Sportarena and the Leuk-Leukerbad transport company. My Leukerbad AG has set itself the goal of offering guests in the destination of Leukerbad an active, fit and healthy offer from a single source 365 days a year. Thanks to the existing synergies between these tourism service providers, the core advantages of the destination - the thermal water, the unique mountain world and the sporting activities - can be efficiently operated and marketed in a focused manner. This innovative form of organisation is now considered an unparalleled model in Switzerland for integrated tourism service providers.
With 3.9 million litres of thermal water bubbling out of the ground every day at up to 51° C, Leukerbad has the largest thermal water deposit in Europe. Situated at 1’411 metres above sea level, Leukerbad has been welcoming guests who want to enjoy these natural thermal waters for centuries. This thermal water is an exceptional gift of nature and must be taken care of so that future generations can also enjoy it.
Replacement of the solar thermal system (planned 2021)
The defective thermal solar system at the Rinderhütte mountain station (Torrent lifts) is to be replaced by a new, more energy-efficient system in the course of 2021. This will save around 30’000 kWh of electricity from the existing solid fuel storage heating system.