2018 Summer Offerings

Hike to the world-famous pedestrian suspension bridge, ride on mountain carts or test a new mountain bike trail: There are many new experiences offered in the 2018 summer.

Hike to the world-record suspension bridge

In July 2017, the world’s longest suspension bridge for pedestrians opened: The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge above Randa. It is 494 m long and is 85 m above the abyss at its highest point. To reach it, a new hiking trail from the Randa train station was cut. The tour lasts 4 hours while overcoming 850 m of altitude twice.


Ride with Mountain carts

The new mountain cart run with tricycle go-karts goes from the Rothorn (3,103 m) to Blauherd (2,571 m) and always with a view of the Matterhorn. This adventure is open from 30 June to 30 September 2018. During the ride down, 530 m of altitude are overcome over rough and smooth – something for adventure seekers.


Mountainbike: New Sunnegga Trail

The new Flow Trail from Sunnegga to Zermatt is not only for expert enjoyment. The mountain bike trail is 1.5 m wide and provides a lot of safety. Take the underground cable car from Zermatt to easily reach Sunnegga. From there, ride a bike down to the village. Length: 6 km, altitude difference: 500 m, average gradient: 8 percent. The opening is scheduled for May 2018.


Sports and leisure area in Obere Matten

A new sport and leisure area has been created in the Obere Matten field. The following installations are available at no charge: small playing field with a tartan surface, beach volleyball court, street ball court, ping pong tables, water games, team activities, benches and lounge chairs. The field is converted into a natural ice rink for skating and curling and open the year round for various events, including Zermatt Unplugged.


Skiing in all languages

Zermatt ski instructors are used to speaking in many different languages. Stoked Snowsports now also offers summer ski lessons in Chinese. This makes Europe’s highest and largest summer ski area also more attractive for Chinese guests. Skiers at every level are welcome.