The team from the Täsch information office is on hand to ensure every stay in the destination of Zermatt–Matterhorn runs as smoothly as possible. Here, visitors can obtain information, tips and brochures to help them plan the best possible stay.
The latest and highest-altitude high-performance tramway in Europe from Trockener Steg to the Klein Matterhorn is being built during the summer seasons from 2016 to 2018. The InfoCube at Trockener Steg is the source of information about this.
The 15 km of cross-country ski trails between Täsch and Randa are suitable for both classic and skating style and are highly popular. From Zermatt, it’s just a 12-minute train ride to access the trails in Täsch.
The English Church St Peter’s is an important part of Zermatt’s history and traditions. It is closely linked to the British visitors who were among the first to want to see and experience the Matterhorn.