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Ranft chapel

Täsch

Ranft chapel is dedicated to St Nicholas of Flüe, also known as Brother Klaus – one of Switzerland’s best-known patron saints.

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Winkelmatten chapel, “Zur Heiligen Familie”

Zermatt

Winkelmatten chapel, “Zur Heiligen Familie”, is a gem, located at the end of the village in the Winkelmatten quarter. Many couples choose this chapel for their marriage.

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Spa Hotel Bella Vista

Zermatt

Open to non-residents: 4-8pm; in poor weather, earlier visits also possible.

Price: CHF 25 inc. bathrobe, towels, slippers

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Indoor pool with outdoor jacuzzi & spa Hotel Matterhorn Focus

Zermatt

Open to non-residents: On telephone enquiry/pre-reservation

Price: spa CHF 30, indoor pool CHF 20

Suitable for children: indoor pool, in the company of adults.

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Balmenhorn

Zermatt

The Balmenhorn is located on the Italian side of the Monte Rosa massif. A statue of peace made of scrap from the Second World War stands on the summit.

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Allalinhorn

Zermatt

The Allalinhorn is one of the easiest 4,000-metre peaks in the Alps to climb, and also one of the most popular. From the summit, climbers see almost the entire sweep of the Western Alps.

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Dirruhorn (Dürrenhorn)

Zermatt

The Dirruhorn (Dürrenhorn) 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).

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Dom

Zermatt

The Dom is the highest mountain located entirely on Swiss territory. The majestic peak is part of the Mischabel group.

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Dufourspitze

Zermatt

The Dufourspitze is the highest peak in the Swiss Alps. The summit lies in the Monte Rosa massif, which has about ten 4,000-metre summits, depending on how they are counted. The highest is the Dufourspitze.

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Grenzgipfel

Zermatt

Grenzgipfel means “Border summit”: this peak marks the highest point on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The mountain is part of the Monte Rosa massif.

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Hohbärghorn

Zermatt

This peak belongs to the famous Nadelgrat pinnacle chain, north-west of Switzerland’s highest mountains.

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Lenzspitze

Zermatt

The Lenzspitze is a perfect pyramid with sharp edges and steep faces.

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Ludwigshöhe

Zermatt

The Ludwigshöhe stands on the border between Switzerland and Italy. It is one of numerous peaks in the Monte Rosa massif, and the most southerly 4,000-metre summit in Switzerland.

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Nadelhorn

Zermatt

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.

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Stecknadelhorn

Zermatt

The Stecknadelhorn is a small elevation on the Nadelgrat ridge, but because of its altitude of 4,241 m it is considered a 4,000-metre peak in its own right. An ascent can be incorporated in a crossing of the Nadelgrat ridge, depending on climbers’ physical condition.

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