Explore More Than A Dozen Peaks Surpassing 4,000 Meters
Adventure to any of the 18 peaks that comprise Monte Rosa; each is over 4,000 meters tall
Explore Dufourspitze, the highest summit in Monte Rosa, and second-highest summit in the Alps
Stay in a classic mountain lodge with incredible views and socialize with fellow travelers
Visit Zermatt, a picturesque mountain town that acts as the gateway to the Pennine Alps
Spend a minimum of two days immersed in the peaceful, snowy landscape of Switzerland
The closest airports to Zermatt are Sion, Geneva, Zurich and Milan. From here, take the train to Tasch ( via Brig or Visp) and change to the cog railway. For a private transfer check out GVA Transfers or Ski-Lifts airport transfers. This is a more expensive option, but convenient if …
The closest airports to Zermatt are Sion, Geneva, Zurich and Milan. From here, take the train to Tasch ( via Brig or Visp) and change to the cog railway. For a private transfer check out GVA Transfers or Ski-Lifts airport transfers. This is a more expensive option, but convenient if you have a lot of luggage.
Zermatt is famous for its world-class accommodation. Ranging from boutique hotels, to airy chalets, to budget friendly youth hostels, there is something for every type of traveler. Expect to pay between $46 per night for a dorm room, to $800 per night for a five star hotel room for two.
Monte Rosa is home to countless routes that take you to some of the highest points in the Swiss Alps, including Dufourspitze. There are internationally renowned huts dotting the icy landscape that are exciting to stay in and explore. Summit Monte Rosa provides breathtaking views of the entire alpine landscape.
Regardless of your skill level or chosen route, it’s highly recommended that you book an experienced guide. Temperatures are always below freezing, the climbs are high altitude, and avalanches do occur. Always be safe and pack the necessary gear. International travelers must present a valid travel visa to enter Switzerland.