Made from 60,000 slabs of Vals quartzite, the thermal baths were granted protected heritage status shortly after their completion. The unique atmosphere and the highly mineralised water that comes out of the St. Peter spring at a pleasant 30° Celsius makes the time you spend in the thermal baths a deeply relaxing experience.
In the graphic novel “Swimming in Darkness” by Lucas Harari, the 7132 Thermal Baths set the scene for mysterious events deep inside the mountains. Do the 60,000 slabs of Vals quartzite really hide ominous secrets? French comic writer Hariri was in any case inspired by the architecture to imagine a thriller. “Swimming in Darkness” tells the story of Pierre, an architectural school student so obsessed by the thermal baths that he suffers a burn-out while writing his thesis about it. Once back on his feet, the young lad travels to Vals to see for himself. Read the graphic novel on location before retracing the protagonist’s footsteps and taking a night-time swim in the 7132 Thermal Baths.
Indoor pool 32°C, Outdoor pool 36°C (winter) 30-33°C (summer), Fire pool 42°C, Ice pool 14°C, Blossom pool 33°C, Spring grotto 35°C, Sound pool 32°C, 12 sweating stones with steam bath
A source of freedom and relaxation – even in difficult times.
7132 Thermal baths