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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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Evangelical Reformed Church

freely accessible / always open

The municipality of Zermatt may have no Evangelical Reformed Church, but it does have an Evangelical Reformed Church community. Services take place in the Theosaal hall of the Catholic parish centre.

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Family barbecue area at Eien

freely accessible / always open

This family barbecue area is located in the forest in Eien, also known as Eye. Not far away is the vast cone of rock debris left by the Randa landslide.

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Felikhorn

The Felikjoch, beside the Felikhorn, is the highest crossing in the Alps. The Felikhorn itself is an inconspicuous peak located just across the border in Italy.

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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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Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is a hugely popular sport worldwide and Switzerland shares this mutual passion, however Alpine fishing has always been a relatively inaccessible activity. That is until now...

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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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