Enjoy Sunrise Rides And An Outdoor Alpine Sculpture Exhibit
Ride through the Valais Alps on a cable car, reaching a height of 3,103 meters
Walk through the Peak Collection, an outdoor sculpture exhibit featuring the Alps
Find the perfect spot to take photos of Matterhorn and Weisshorn summits
Book sunrise or moonlit trips to and from Rothorn for an extra special experience
Explore the region with ease, appropriate for children of all ages and wheelchair users
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.
This excursion is a perfect option for families or groups of differently-abled individuals. If you have a half-day or more to fill, this trip is an easy, warm way to explore the region and soak up plenty of alpine views.
This trip involves a large change in altitude, with a total gain of 1,500 meters in less than an hour. As such, it’s advisable to be prepared for altitude sickness and bring along headache medication or other remedies. Be prepared for cold temperatures if you decide to step off the cable car and explore. Lastly, all international visitors arriving in Switzerland must present a valid travel visa upon arrival.