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Barbecue area at Attermenzen

freely accessible / always open

This family barbecue area lies close to the Attermenzen campsite near Randa, not far from the car park. The forest offers welcome shade, and the nearby Wildibach river provides a soothing soundtrack.

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Barbecue area at Dossen glacier garden

freely accessible / always open

This barbecue area in the larch forest offers a delightful place to relax, and is ideal for families.

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Barbecue area at Schalisee lake

freely accessible / always open

The barbecue area at the Schalisee lake near Täsch is an idyllic spot, ideal for families.

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Barbecue area at Schweigmatten

freely accessible / always open

This barbecue site located among the many attractions around Furi is ideal for families.

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Bayard Zermatt - Sport & Fashion

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For winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, sledging, ice hockey, snowshoe. Summer sports: climbing, biking and prams, and sports clothing.

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Beach volleyball

A game of beach volleyball in view of the Matterhorn: a unique experience, and a particular pleasure in the light and dry alpine air.

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Beresina-Haus

An inconspicuous barn stands high above the village of Zermatt, visible to all. It was built in 1811 as a result of developments on the world stage.

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Best Western Alpen Resort spa & indoor pool

Open to non-residents: Closed in May and from October to mid-December
Price: Day admissions (only in summer possible) CHF 25, subscription card with 10 entries/CHF 200, available at the Reception of the Best Western Alpen Resort Hotel.
Suitable for children: For children under the age of 18 years access is not allowed (for Best Western Alpen Resort Hotel Guests it’s allowed).

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Bishorn

The Bishorn is one of the Alps’ easier 4,000-metre summits to climb, when tackled from the Cabane de Tracuit via the west flank.

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Blatten chapel, “Maria Rosenkranzkönigin”

freely accessible / always open

Blatten chapel stands on a small rise, on the “Blatten" – a rock ledge in the eponymous hamlet below Furi, at an altitude of 1,740 m. This chapel is one of the best known in Zermatt, and is clearly visible from the gondolas of the Matterhorn Express.

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Blauherd mountain station

Blauherd (2,571 m) is one of the great vantage points in the Zermatt mountains. Here, visitors have a superb view of many peaks including, of course, the Matterhorn. A magnificent place for relaxing and admiring the alpine world.

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Breithorn

The Breithorn, near Zermatt, is a heavily glaciated mountain crest with several peaks. Many budding mountaineers choose this for their first 4,000-metre summit.

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