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Furi mountain station

Zermatt

Furi (1,867 m) promises a whole world of adventures for families. In summer, attractions include the suspension footbridge, glacier garden, barbecue areas and restaurants. In winter, skiers gather here, check out the piste-side restaurants and pick out a favourite where they’d like to finish the day.

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Findeln chapel, “Jakobus der Ältere”

Zermatt

The chapel at Findeln is dedicated to St James, patron saint of pilgrims, and belongs to Zermatt’s older sanctuaries. The winged altarpiece is a piece of cultural heritage unmatched in the Upper Valais.

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Ried (Howeten) chapel, “Heilige Luzia”

Zermatt

Ried chapel lies somewhat hidden in the upper pastures of Zermatt at an altitude of 1,760 m. An excursion to Ried and its chapel is well worth while: the views of the village and the Matterhorn are dramatic.

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Mutt (Zmutt) chapel

Zermatt

“Heilige Katharina von Alexandrien”. Z’mutt, Zmutt and Mutt are all names for this huddled hamlet, which is more than 500 years old. At its heart stands this small white chapel, well worth a visit on the leisurely walk from Zermatt to Zmutt.

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Matterhorn Golf Club

Täsch

9+-hole course are 18 holes: The Golf Club Matterhorn is located in the upper Matter valley between Täsch and Randa, framed by Switzerland’s highest mountains.

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Grave of the Unknown Climber

Zermatt

The “Grave of the Unknown Climber” is located in the Mountaineers’ Cemetery. It reminds us of the more than 500 deaths, which have taken place on the Matterhorn since 1865. And of the missing and dead, who could not be found or completely removed after their fall.

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Air Zermatt

Zermatt

The helicopter company Air Zermatt provides transport and rescue services for the Zermatt-Matterhorn destination. It also offers all kinds of adventures for visitors – such as sightseeing flights around the Matterhorn.

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Time capsule with wishes from children

Zermatt

As part of the 150 Years First Ascent of the Matterhorn, children expressed their wishes about how the future of Zermatt should look. The wishes were locked into a time capsule and it was lowered into the ground near the Gemeindehaus where it can be seen.

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Randa railway station

Randa

Randa’s railway station (1,406 m) lies a little outside the centre of the village, and is served by trains of the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn. Motorists can make use of the adjacent car park.

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Indoor pool & spa Arca Solebad

Zermatt

Open to external guests: Adults.
Reserved for hotel guests in winter from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Prices: Mornings: CHF 18, afternoons and evenings: CHF 26

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Bronze Alphorn

Zermatt

A huge alphorn made of bronze stands on the stairs of the Gemeindehaus in Zermatt. It is pointed directly at the Matterhorn, which can be seen in the background, and has surprising artistic elements.

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Täsch railway station

Täsch

Trains from Visp stop at Täsch station before continuing direct to Zermatt; passengers do not need to change. Visitors arriving by car board the shuttle train at Täsch station for the comfortable 12-minute journey to car-free Zermatt.

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Alpini Sport

Täsch

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For winter sports, such as cross-country skiing.

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Zermatt railway station

Zermatt

Zermatt’s station is the focal point of the resort for guests, who arrive by train.

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