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Zermatt, Switzerland

Resort height: 1620 m (5310 ft)
No. of lifts: 34
Total piste length: 124 miles (200 KM)
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Spectacularly situated beneath the majestic Matterhorn, Zermatt has everything to offer in the way of fantastic skiing, picturesque surroundings, superb mountain restaurants and a lively nightlife. On arrival, by train from the village of Täsch, you will find the vibrant village centre entirely car-free, with only electric taxis and horse drawn sleighs, and the streets packed with beautiful shops and boutiques. This is one of Europe's top skiing resorts and you will enjoy the vast ski area that also covers Cervinia in Italy.

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Featured Accommodation

Chalet Sunnegga
Property: Chalet Sunnegga Resort: Zermatt
Type: Catered Chalet Rating: ISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star ratingISL star rating Sleeps: 6
Tucked away in a typical Zermatt apartment building, this chalet really is a hidden gem! Its recently renovated interior offers a fresh, stylish and modern slant to a ski holiday, ... more

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Skiing & Boarding In Zermatt

The wide-open runs of the Sunnegga and Trokenersteg provide the ideal terrain for beginners, while the slopes of the Gornergrat, reached after a spectacular cog-wheel train journey, should be easily manageable after a few lessons from the expert ski school. Zermatt is a true intermediate's paradise with a tremendous variety of runs available including scenic descents through trees and long red runs. Take the cable car to the Rothorn paradise where there are several challenging red runs and one that will take you all the way back to Zermatt. Choose a sunny day to ski over to Cervinia (included on area lift pass) and try the 14kms run from the Plateau Rosa. Every good skier should experience the challenging black runs, fantastic off-piste and guaranteed snow. Try the Trifti - one of Europe's longest and most difficult mogul slopes. Other highlights include the gun-barrel Tiefbach descent and the Schwarzsee, Stockhorn and Matterhorn glacier paradise areas. Hook up with a guide and get the most out of the powder bowls and couloirs that Zermatt has to offer. For the even more daring, heli-boarding is popular here. There is the Gravity Park for those who fancy a jump with tables, halfpipe, quarter and bumps and beginners are not left out with some long, mellow runs high on the mountain.

Après-ski In Zermatt

Lively nightlife with an excellent range of cafés and bars · Papperla bar, Elsie's place, the bar Vernissage, the Village, Brown Cow and the Pink Elephant for jazz. Well known for a vast array of fabulous restaurants with over 70 to choose from. Typical 3-course meal from approx. SFr35 · Brown Cow Snack Bar for great burgers, Stockhorn Grill or The Spaghetti Factory.

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