Profile Zermatt

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Matterhorn Ski Paradise

Valley Mattertal
Mountain range Walliser Alpen
Vertical drop 1520 - 3820 meters
Descent 2300 meters

Slopes

Total slopes (km) 362
  • novice72km
  • intermediate226km
  • expert64km

Loipes (km) 15

Lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
112019
Total lifts (n) 52
capacity: 104627 persons/hour

Skipass

Currency: swiss franc
Daycard adult 92.00
6-day card 338.00
Daycard child 46.00
6-day card 170.00

Altitude

Interm. altitude 8%
High altitude 70%

Angle

Bit steep 10%
Steep 7%
Very steep 5%
Extrem. steep 1%

Orientation

North 42%
East 8%
South 13%
West 36%

Ski resort ratings

Ski resort ratings for Zermatt compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 196 reviews.

Overall 81 Skiing 82Skiregion 80
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
8.2 6.97.4 7.68.9 7.78.3 7.18.2 7.0
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
8.0 7.67.0 7.87.1 6.78.8 7.77.3 7.0

Reviews

The resort is absolutely stunning but can be difficult to ski. Zermatt is made up of 3 ski ares (discounting Cervinia), Klein Matterhorn, Sunnega and Gornagrat. The Klien Matterhorn is served by a modern gondola, Sunnega by a funnicular (Think London underground at rush hour) and Gornergrat by an old railway, which, if you lack patience, is not ideal as it takes about 40 minutes. The skiing is good for intermediates, the only real challenge lies in the infamous Trifji Bumps on Sunnega, this is Europes longest mogul field and gives your legs a real workout. As far as food is concerned, Zermatt is the Land if the Mountain Resturaunts, with over 40 to choose from. I would recommend Franz + Heid
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Address
Zermatt Tourismus Bahnhofplatz 5 3920 Zermatt Switzerland Tel.: +41 / 27 / 9668100 Email: info@zermatt.ch
Zermatt Valais Switzerland

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