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Findelbach mountain station

The stop of Findelbach (1,774 m) on the Gornergrat Bahn cog railway is handy for many hikers: in particular, for those setting off up the mountain from Winkelmatten, and for anyone walking down who prefers to ride the last stretch into the resort centre.

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Findeln chapel, “Jakobus der Ältere”

freely accessible / always open

The chapel at Findeln is dedicated to St James, patron saint of pilgrims, and belongs to Zermatt’s older sanctuaries. The winged altarpiece is a piece of cultural heritage unmatched in the Upper Valais.

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Fitness Hotel Alex

Scheduled classes available for Yoga and Aerobics. Personal Gym Training and Private Yoga instructions available on request.

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Fitness Mont Cervin Palace

Fitness room: Strength and cardio with modern equipment. Work out with a personal trainer on request.

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Flexrent Sport

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For winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, sledging, snowshoe. And prams and sports clothing.

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Forest Fun Park

The Forest Fun Park promises a thrilling adventure for the whole family. Various circuits lead through the treetops, via bridges, ropes and zip wires.

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Furi mountain station

Furi (1,867 m) promises a whole world of adventures for families. In summer, attractions include the suspension footbridge, glacier garden, barbecue areas and restaurants. In winter, skiers gather here, check out the piste-side restaurants and pick out a favourite where they’d like to finish the day.

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Furi prayer house, “Schmerzhafte Muttergottes”

freely accessible / always open

This small prayer house stands in the hamlet of Furi, beside a small group of old buildings and surrounded by alpine pastures. In former times, mule drivers would stop here before they ventured south over the Theodul Pass.

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Fuxstein chapel

freely accessible / always open

A visit to this unusual sanctuary is a special experience. The chapel is hollowed out of a boulder that stands on the valley floor.

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Geissengädi at Zen Stecken

freely accessible / always open

With their twisted horns and long, black-and-white coats, the Valais Blackneck goats are the stars of Zermatt’s summer. A herd of about 50 animals walks in procession through the village every day for six weeks in summer. And of course, the goats have their hotel, too.

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Glacier palace

Who can claim to have explored the inside of a glacier, 15 metres under the surface? Here it’s possible!

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Gorner gorge

The Gorner gorge is a place of exceptional natural beauty. The wooden walkways leading between the towering cliffs provide a dramatic insight into the power of nature.

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Gornergrat

The Gornergrat (3,089 m) is one of those places that everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. The mountain panorama and the glorious view of the Matterhorn are unforgettable.

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Gornergrat Bahn building

At the modern ticket hall of the Gornergrat Bahn, nothing suggests that history was written here: this was one of the great pioneering cog railways.

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