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Castor

Castor and Pollux, the twin 4,000-metre summits, lie in the chain of peaks linking the Breithorn and the Monte Rosa massif. Castor’s summit is on Italian territory.

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Chapel “in der Wildi”

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The striking white chapel “in der Wildi” stands on the road running through the village of Randa. The small sanctuary is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

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Cinema

The Vernissage is a cinema, concert venue and club, all in one. This is where the idea for the Zermatt Unplugged music festival was born.

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CrossFit Zermatt

Welcome to CrossFit Zermatt and Box Valhall, located at the foot of the Matterhorn. The gym, which opened in 2013, is the first official CrossFit venue not just in the canton of Valais but also in the entire Swiss Alps. With a training area of more than 200 sq. m, Box Valhall is Zermatt’s largest gym.

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Dent Blanche

The Dent Blanche has an almost regular pyramid shape with four ridges. A metal cross marked with the year 1966 stands on the summit.

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Dent d'Hérens

The Dent d’Hérens is not directly visible from Zermatt. One way to see this peak is to walk the beautiful trail from Zermatt to the Schönbiel hut.

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Dirruhorn

The Dirruhorn is the last summit of the Nadelgrat ridge. It is located in the same massif as the Mischabel group of mountains, which is home to Switzerland’s highest peaks (Dom, Täschhorn).

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Dom

The Dom is the highest mountain located entirely on Swiss territory. The majestic peak is part of the Mischabel group.

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Dorsaz Sport - Intersport

Rent your wintersport equipment quick and easy and get up to 10% Online discount

Online ski rental - save 10%

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Dossen glacier garden

freely accessible / always open

The Dossen glacier garden invites visitors on a journey of discovery through the world of vanished glaciers and the traces they have left on the landscape.

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Dufourspitze

The Dufourspitze is the highest peak in the Swiss Alps. The summit lies in the Monte Rosa massif, which has about ten 4,000-metre summits, depending on how they are counted. The highest is the Dufourspitze.

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Dunantspitze

The Dunantspitze (4,632 m) lies beside the Dufourspitze. The peak forms part of the Monte Rosa massif, which has about ten summits of more than 4,000 m, depending on counting method. The Dunantspitze (right, black rocky crest beside the summit of the Dufourspitze) in the Monte Rosa massif is Switzerland’s second-highest peak.

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English Church

freely accessible / always open

The English Church is an important part of Zermatt’s history and traditions. It is closely linked to the British visitors who were among the first to want to see and experience the Matterhorn.

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Europe Hotel & Spa

Open to non-residents: Various Day Spa arrangements available as Spa & Dinner or Late Spa
Suitable for children: Children are allowed to use the whirlpool under supervision of an adult

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