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Marmot fountain

Zermatt

The fountain with its bronze marmots is a much-loved landmark at the heart of the resort, equally popular with locals and visitors.

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Inderbinen fountain

Zermatt

The Inderbinen fountain was erected to celebrate the 100th birthday of the mountain guide Ulrich Inderbinen. The water is deliciously refreshing; the wooden bench alongside invites visitors to reflect on the life and achievements of this legendary Zermatt resident.

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Valley station, Gornergrat

Zermatt

Cog trains of the Gornergrat Bahn travel 365 days a year up to the Gornergrat (3,089 m), where the views take in 29 peaks over 4,000 m. Trains depart every 24 minutes.

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Valley station, Matterhorn glacier paradise

Zermatt

There’s excitement in the air at the gondola station: this is the starting point for the 45-minute ride to the highest cable car station in Europe, at Matterhorn glacier paradise (3,883 m).

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Moosjisee

Zermatt

The Moosjisee (2,140 m) lies on the Five Lakes Walk and is a classic storage reservoir. Its milky colour shows that it is fed by glaciers.

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Schalisee

Täsch

The Schalisee lake (1,428 m) lies on the flat valley floor near Täsch, framed by larches and grassy meadows. It’s the ideal spot for families to relax, swim, enjoy a picnic and water skiing.

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Randa Roman Catholic Church

Randa

The Roman Catholic church of Randa is dedicated to St Sebastian. The baroque church is listed in the Swiss Inventory of Cultural Property of Regional Significance.

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