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The view of the Matterhorn from Gornergrat is a must for every mountain lover.
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Enjoy an autumn outing to the hiking paradise at the foot of the Matterhorn with our “Hike Active” all-inclusive offer which runs from 15 September to 5 October 2014.
Zermatt & Matterhorn
The view of the Matterhorn is always different. Experience the incomparable!
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There are 38 mountains around Zermatt, which are higher than 4,000 m. Several of these four thousand-metre peaks can be climbed from Randa, including the Dom and Weisshorn.
The Bishorn is one of the Alps’ easier 4,000-metre summits to climb, when tackled from the Cabane de Tracuit via the west flank.
The Dirruhorn is the last summit of the Nadelgrat ridge. It is located in the same massif as the Mischabel group of mountains, which is home to Switzerland’s highest peaks (Dom, Täschhorn).
The Dom is the highest mountain located entirely on Swiss territory. The majestic peak is part of the Mischabel group.
This peak belongs to the famous Nadelgrat pinnacle chain, north-west of Switzerland’s highest mountains.
The Lenzspitze is a perfect pyramid with sharp edges and steep faces.
The Nadelhorn has an unusual feature: a hole through the rock, just a few metres below the summit. However, it is visible only to mountaineers climbing the neighbouring Dom.
The Täschhorn is the uncrowned queen of the Mischabel group. Even if the Dom is 55 m higher, the Täschhorn catches the eye with its appealing triangular form. The demanding south-east ridge and Teufelsgrat ridge are legendary.
The Weisshorn is the secret star among the 4,000-metre peaks around Zermatt. It boasts a pleasing, symmetrical triangular shape; for mountaineers, it offers a thrilling challenge.
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