New experiences with Zermatt Bergbahnen AG


Zermatt Bergbahnen AG is expanding its offering for the winter season 22/23 – including the return of the popular moonlight descent with fondue.

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Moonlight descent with fondue

This coming winter, the moonlight descent is back – your opportunity to end the day with a magical highlight. When most people have already stacked away their sports equipment, prepare for a wonderful downhill run in the romantic dusk with the rising moon. The downhill run is accompanied by the Zermatt Bergbahnen ski patrol and rescue service, ensuring safety along the way. And waiting at the end to warm you up: a fondue to enjoy in the restaurant Ferdinand by CERVO Mountain Resort, where luxury meets Swiss modesty and tradition.

Further details are available here

Experience live slope preparation

It takes tremendous expertise and passion to prepare the runs in the Matterhorn Ski Paradise. Late into the night and early in the morning, when the village still lies sleeping, the “heroes of the night” are working hard in the ski area, ensuring perfect conditions. This is your opportunity to join the snow groomer drivers and see first hand how the masses of snow are smoothed into a carpet.

Take to the passenger seat for a four-hour drive and experience how the 490 hp machines are skilfully used to guarantee guests an unforgettable winter sports experience with over 200 kilometres of pistes every day.

Further details are available here

On the trail of the world’s best skiers

The first Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening event at the end of October and beginning of November 2022 marks a historic event in the Alpine ski calendar. The first cross-border downhill race will mark the start of the season for the speed specialists. The race will take place on the “Gran Becca” run from the summer ski area in Zermatt, down to the finish in Laghi Cime Bianche in Italy. Enthusiasts keen to experience the steep drops and gliding passages under their own steam can head to the “Gran Becca” from the 2022/2023 winter season – without stopwatch pressure or TV cameras.

Further details are available here