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Winter


This is the best place to learn how to ski: in the Wolli Park close to the Sunnegga station. It is sunny here, and protected from the wind. The Crossliner brings you up and down safely and comfortably. This is a great place to practise. And there are plently of fine restaurants not too far away. Because people who practice diligently are bound to be hungry after a while.
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Zermatt youths give them names such as "Dok der Bob" and "Üz the red horse". They are "hot stuff": We're talking about toboggans, whose runners throw up sparks on the local toboggan runs.
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This is somewhere you really have to go once you've returned from the piste. All the children and young people meet at the natural and indoor ice rinks in the middle of the village for free enjoyment on the ice. You can hire ice skates in the sports shops in the vicinity.
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There are still cows in Zermatt, from whose milk the Horu-Käserei and the Alpsennerei auf dem Stafel produce cheese any yoghurt. This needs a lot of know-how and work. Let Mirjam and Reto Gobba explain to you how they are made. And you can, of course, also taste some as well.
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Although you've come here for winter sports, why not try your hand at climbimg on the 140 square metre large and 7 metres high climbing wall in the Triftbachhalle. There is even a mountain guide present on Fridays who can explain to you all about using ropes and securing yourself. You have to be ten years old to take advantage of this offer, however.
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