Zermatt’s photographic subjects go around the world: Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Rothorn, Riffelsee, Schwarzsee, glaciers, Randa rock slide, grand hotels, and much more. Why not capture such a subject yourself? We can show you where to find these in Zermatt and the surroundings.
The highest cable car station in Europe (3,883 m), with its new restaurant, sets fresh standards in sustainable development. The views of the highest mountains in Italy, France and Switzerland are breathtaking. The ski area on the Theodul Glacier is open 365 days a year.Details
Zermatt is proud of its Old Village, home to more than 30 buildings constructed in the traditional style of the barns and stores of the upper Valais. Many sit on flat stone slabs balanced on stilts to keep out mice. Wonderful for photographers!Details
The hamlet of Tufteren (2,215 m) seems to belong to a long-gone age, with its small wooden barns and stores (“Gadi”, plural “Gadini”). For an authentic photo featuring old wooden houses, a flower-filled meadow and the Matterhorn, this is the perfect spot.Details
Tuesday, 28. Jul 2015
Price: Adult single ticket: CHF 63.00 Peak Pass, Half-fare, GA holders: CHF 50.00 Children aged 9 to 15.99 single ticket: CHF 45.50 Adult return ticket: CHF 81.50 Peak Pass, Half-fare, GA holders return ticket: CHF 61.50 Children aged 9 – 15.99 return ticket: CHF 55.00 Children up to 8.99 years: freeTel.: +41 27 966 01 01 more
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