Skiing and snowboarding the whole year round, with 365 days of snow – you can only find this in Zermatt. As the highest altitude, largest and most efficiently developed snow sport location in the Alps, Zermatt offers an absolute snow guarantee.
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.
This is a mode of transport once used by our ancestors. There was no indigenous tribe that didn't develop its own type of snowshoe. While these were formerly made of wood, small branches and animal sinews, today's snowshoe hiking fans have a choice of high-tech materials.
The 15 km of cross-country skiing trails for classical skiers and skaters located between Täsch and Randa are becoming increasingly popular. There are many secrets to be discovered around the well prepared Loipe Matterhorn.
The 16 rinks on the natural ice rink in Zermatt simply invite you to try your hand at curling and ice-stick shooting. Don't worry: You don't need to bring the equipment with you like our Scottish guests had to do many years ago in the Twenties.
What is it that is so fascinating about shadowy rock faces, narrow crevasses and north faces in the winter? Frozen waterfalls are not only beautiful to look at, but also to touch. Over the ice, you can reach places that are otherwise inaccessible.
You’ve never seen Zermatt like this before: In free flight, with a bird’s eye view, flying with the wind, and, of course, without an engine. Paragliding fulfils the dream of flying. And you stay in the air for up to half an hour. Share our passion with us and feel as free as a bird!