Set out to discover the Moulin (water mill) and the old quarter of Nendaz before continuing your walk along the sculpture path. The walk passes by the Saint-Michel chapel, dating back to1499, and by the Antenna which offers a magnificent paniramic view over the Rhone Valley.
The starting point for this walk can be found behind Nendaz Tourisme. Check out the magnificen Tsâblo water mill, then continue straight on along chemin de Praplan.Cross the main road on the hairpin bend and continue on a narrow road leading off below the Crettaz bus stop. Walk towards the Saint-Michel church, and then continue on to the chapel with the same name which dates back to 1499. Go backup towards the main road and pass through the underpass to cross it. From the Café de la Place, climb up the chemin des Bornes. At the junction where the Restaurant de la Grange is located, turn right on the Route de l'Antenne and don't hesitate to stop to admire the view there. continue along this road and follow the signpost for "Promenade des Crêtes". The path leads you into the forest, and comes back out the other side to join a dirt track which runs below the outdoor swimming pool. This track then joins the chemin de Bermouche, from where you can easily return to the resort.
Departure point the yellow sign beside Nendaz Tourisme in Haute-Nendaz.