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Randa ski lift

Randa

The ski slope on the edge of the village of Randa offers ideal practice terrain for beginners, children and youngsters. The piste in the Wildi area is sunny and not too steep.

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Täsch ski lift

Täsch

This slope in the heart of the village of Täsch is perfect for children and beginners venturing out on skis for the first time.

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Randa playground, by the school

Randa

The playground by the school offers a variety of attractions for children and families: an ideal spot to relax and play in safety.

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Prehistoric stones at Zermatt

Zermatt

Zermatt has ten prehistoric stones adorned with cup marks. Some of the rocks are easily spotted along the Herbrigg–Zmutt path by Hubelwäng.

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Mountaineers’ memorial

Zermatt

This memorial pays tribute to the climbers, snow sports enthusiasts and hikers who have lost their lives in accidents in the mountains. Commemorative plaques carry individuals’ names and details.

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Hotel Monte Rosa

Zermatt

Among Zermatt’s historical buildings, it is the Hotel Monte Rosa that embodies the story of the first ascent of the Matterhorn. The resort’s hotel tradition also began here.

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Photopoint Restaurant Edelweiss/Alterhaupt

Zermatt

Small guest house with a handful of rooms and restaurant. Beautiful view of the village of Zermatt.

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Photopoint Small bench at Höhbalmen

Zermatt

One of the finest viewpoints in Zermatt – the little bench at Höhbalmen.

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Photopoint Schönbiel hut

Zermatt

View of the north face of the Matterhorn and the Zmuttgrat ridge from an unusual angle.

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Hörnli hut | Base Camp Matterhorn

Zermatt

The Hörnli hut | Base Camp Matterhorn hut is the focal point of activity at the foot of the Matterhorn and one of the key sites in the history of alpinism. Visitors from all over the world spend the night here before scaling the Matterhorn. The hut offers confident mountain hikers the chance to experience the “Hore”, as locals call the peak, close up.

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Hamlet of Zmutt

Zermatt

For more than 500 years, the hamlet of Zmutt has stood on a small rise at an altitude of 1,936 m, among lush alpine pastures. The traditional wooden houses, closely huddled together, tell of a long history.

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Photopoint Hidden valley

Zermatt

Locals in Zermatt call this solitary valley – located where lush alpine vegetation gives way to the rocks, snow and ice of the high Alps – the “Hidden Valley”. The pristine natural landscape, with the small winding river, is enchanting.

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Photopoint Bench above the Grindjisee

Zermatt

The landscape around the Grindjisee lake appears ancient, as if it belonged to another era. Framing it are the Matterhorn and other 4,000-metre peaks: a spectacular view.

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Photopoint Tufteren with “Gädi” buildings

Zermatt

The hamlet of Tufteren (2,215 m) seems to belong to a long-gone age, with its small wooden barns and stores (“Gadi”, plural “Gadini”). For an authentic photo featuring old wooden houses, a flower-filled meadow and the Matterhorn, this is the perfect spot.

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Photopoint Fluhalp, towards rock climbing area

Zermatt

Behind the lateral moraine of the Findel Glacier, visitors encounter a totally untouched mountain landscape – with distant views of the Matterhorn.

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