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Zermatt Ski Resort, Switzerland






Key Features

  • High resort - snow sure
  • Traditional village
  • Glacier
  • Large ski area
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Good for après

A vast ski area under the gaze of the iconic Matterhorn is what makes Zermatt so alluring and skiing into Italy is a bonus. The pedestrianised town is packed with a variety of bars, some truly fantastic restaurants and some of the best shopping too.

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Resort Facts

  • Resort height: 1,620m
  • Highest lift: 3,883m
  • No. of lifts: 52
  • Guide lift pass price: £359
  • No. of slopes: 145
  • Total piste: 360km
  • Eurostar : Yes
  • Transfer times:
Reliable snow, scenic views, incredible restaurants and a vast ski area - Zermatt is one of those magical ski resorts everyone wants to experience at least once, and then return to again and again. No cars are allowed in this quant Swiss town, so from the moment you enter Zermatt by train you will be struck by traditional beauty. Swiss architecture has been maintained throughout the town giving it a charming, rustic atmosphere and with the breath taking views of the Matterhorn as the backdrop, Zermatt could not be more idyllic. Already want to go? We haven’t even told you about the skiing yet...

Latest Snow

Last Snow
Mon 01 May

Lifts Open
11 out of 51

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Report last updated at: Wed 18th Oct 2023