After a generous breakfast in one of the bike hotels or holiday apartments it's time to explore the trails around Zermatt.
The Zermatt Bike Pass is perfect for people who love mountain bike trails: Unlimited mountain rides including bike transport on the following railways: Zermatt/Sunnegga/Blauherd, Zermatt/Gornergrat, Zermatt/Furi/Riffelberg and Zermatt/Furi/Schwarzsee/Trockener Steg.
The Gornergrat Railway will transport you and your mountain bike high up on the Gornergrat. After a quick selfie with the world’s most famous mountain, it’s time to set off. There are now three options:
Option 1 (easy): Follow the Panorama Bike route.
Option 2 (medium): Follow the Gornergrat Classic route as far as Riffelalp then head off in the direction of Grünsee
Option 3 (hard): Follow the Kelle route.
Afterwards, it’s time for your first snack stop at Mountain Lodge Ze Seewjinu (Bergrestaurant Grünsee). The view from the mountain inn’s terrace is amazing.
That’s enough of a break. It’s time to continue past Grindjisee and Moosjisee towards Findeln, an absolute food lover’s paradise. Hungry mountain bikers will find just what they need to recharge their batteries in Findeln:
Refreshed and ready for your next challenge? From Findeln, you carry on to Sunnegga. Here, you can pick the new Sunnegga-Trail that goes all the way back down to Zermatt.
Do you need a cool beer to make your bike day perfect? There’s plenty of choice in Zermatt:
Would you like even more mountain biking? Then you’ll like this: the Gornergrat Sunset Bike Ride allows you to see the mountains and bike trails in the light of the setting sun.
We want to see YOUR perfect bike day! Share pictures of your perfect bike day using the hashtags #zermatt and #matterhorn on Facebook or Instagram. Have you already joined our bike group? Matterhorn Trail Hunters