On 19 January 2014, the Zermatt-Matterhorn destination will give children a wonderful skiing experience in the snow. On the third World Snow Day, children between the ages of 4 and 14 are invited to enjoy a day of free skiing in the Matterhorn ski paradise.
On Saturday, 11 January 2014, ski mountaineering athlete Martin Anthamatten from Zermatt won two races in one day. The first race was held in the morning in Morgins and the second in Crans-Montana. Martin Anthamatten is decidedly in top form and ready to defend his title in the Patrouille des Glaciers, which will start in Zermatt.
Following the successful event in 2006, the Swiss Orienteering Week returns to Zermatt in 2014. An extensive trail network and a stunning mountain panorama make Zermatt the perfect host for the event. Swiss O Week will take place from 19 to 26 July 2014. The organisers expect around 3,000 competitors from 25 nations.
Once again, Zermatt is top of the league. The German hotel search and information site ‘trivago.de’ has rated the most popular hotels in European skiing regions and awarded Zermatt first place with 86.52 out of 100 points.
Only two weeks left until the Swatch Skiers Cup will attract top freeriders to Zermatt for the second time. Team Americas and Team Europe will have new captains. Spectators will once again have an opportunity to get close to the action. The line-up promises an exciting competition.
Post-consumption Internet access – now available in various restaurants and shops in Zermatt’s mountains. Just select the Free MyMatterhorn network and enter the password printed on the receipts of the respective businesses.
Zermatt Unplugged, the somewhat different music festival, will present three very special events during the Christmas week: The Bach Collegium Zürich will perform “A Venetian Christmas”. James Walsh and Marlon Roudette will play concerts at the Vernissage.