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Audiences loved the dramatic open-air play, "MATTERHORN: NO LADIES PLEASE!" The event organiser has received fantastic feedback.Details
The Täschalplauf is a people’s running event, which is known among trail running fans as one of the touchstones of the summer events in Täsch and the surrounding area. It combines athletic performance with pleasant gatherings during the “Älplerfest” – the festival at Täschalp. It is unmatched.Details
Learn from professional skiers how to develop mental strength? Find out close up about global warming by observing changes in the Alpine landscape and glaciers? Think about how to solve food waste problems? You can do all this at Zermatt Impulse.Details
This winter, the Zermatt Matterhorn Brauerei will open its new event and tasting room, where guests can try a wide variety of beers from around the world. These include speciality beers made in-house - the popular classics, ‘Matterhorn’ and ‘Monte Rosa’ as well as seasonal specialities. A range of beer-themed events will make the new tasting room a great place to socialise. Opening times are Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 16:00 to 22:00 hrs.
Following on from the success of its inaugural event, Zurich–Zermatt will also take place in 2020 and 2021. The event is being brought forward by a month but will still take place in conjunction with the Traillove Mountain Bike Festival.Details
Today, Friday, the Federal Council extended and tightened the existing ban on events as part of the Coronavirus crisis. All major events of more than 100 people are now prohibited until 30 April 2020. This decision also affects the Zermatt Unplugged festival (14 to 18 April 2020).Details
On 2 and 3 November 2020, Zermatt will hold Digital Days for the first time; this event is taking place for the fourth time in Switzerland, this year in 23 locations. The event in Zermatt includes talks, discussions and panels on the topic of digitalisation in tourism and is aimed at members of Zermatt Tourism as well as interested participants from across Switzerland. The programme is free, but registration is required. Protecting visitors from COVID-19 is the top priority, so all locations have introduced strict safety measures.
Improve riding technique, learn tips and tricks for handling a bike, experience the most beautiful trails. Whether beginner or professional, alone or in groups, privately or as part of a corporate event: the guides of the bike schools in the destination Zermatt – Matterhorn know the best and suitable trails for everyone. They adapt their recommendations to the ability of the guest and always have a tip for a good restaurant in the hinterland. The motto is: benefit from the knowledge of the locals and enjoy the trails.Details
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