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Indoor pool & spa - Vita Borni

Zermatt

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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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Blauherd mountain station

Zermatt

Blauherd (2,571 m) is one of the great vantage points in the Zermatt mountains. Here, visitors have a superb view of many peaks including, of course, the Matterhorn. A magnificent place for relaxing and admiring the alpine world.

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Schwarzsee (cable car station)

Zermatt

Schwarzsee (2,583 m) is the starting point for ascents of the Matterhorn – and for the Matterhorn glacier Trail. In winter, Schwarzsee offers direct access to the ski pistes.

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Rotenboden mountain station

Zermatt

Rotenboden station (2,815 m) is the starting point for a range of top-class alpine activities. In summer, visitors walk direct from here to the Riffelsee lake, whose still surface beautifully reflects the Matterhorn.

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Riffelberg mountain station

Zermatt

Riffelberg – a charming blend of history and spectacular scenery. Up on the Riffelberg (2,582 m), visitors enjoy a grandstand view of the alpine world, complete with the Matterhorn and many other 4,000-metre peaks. It was here that Zermatt’s first mountain hotel opened.

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Riffelalp mountain station

Zermatt

Riffelalp (2,211 m) is the starting point for a variety of easy walks. In winter, skiers meet here for a drink, to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the Matterhorn.

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Findelbach mountain station

Zermatt

The stop of Findelbach (1,774 m) on the Gornergrat Bahn cog railway is handy for many hikers: in particular, for those setting off up the mountain from Winkelmatten, and for anyone walking down who prefers to ride the last stretch into the resort centre.

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Trockener Steg mountain station

Zermatt

Trockener Steg (2,939 m) is a key hub for skiers and snowboarders, 365 days a year. From here, a cable car leads up to the snowy heights, all year round.

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Grindjisee

Zermatt

The Grindjisee (2,324 m) is a lake of mysterious beauty. Its still surface mirrors the Matterhorn and a pair of larches. The area is heaven for alpine flower enthusiasts.

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Schwarzsee

Zermatt

The lake of the Schwarzsee (2,552 m) lies right at the foot of the Matterhorn. The Schwarzsee gondola station offers the finest view of the famous Hörnligrat ridge on the Matterhorn, the Hörnli hut and the village of Zermatt way below.

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Wolli’s playroom for families

Zermatt

Children want to be active in every weather. At Wolli’s play room, located in the Restaurant Sportpavillon (in the village centre) kids can play to their hearts’ content.

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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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