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Admittedly, it may not be modest to call ourselves the “Home of Winter”, but Zermatt – Matterhorn has a good reason for doing so. The destination has been named Best Ski Resort for the third time – this is the most important award for ski areas in the Alps. And when it comes to winter, snow and sun, very few places in the world can lay claim to quite so many superlatives.
Zermatt – Matterhorn has been named Best Ski Resort for the third time – this is the most important award for ski areas in the Alps. As well as being overall winners, the destination also won in the categories of Natural Beauty, Safety on the Pistes, Cosiness, Fun & Entertainment, Location Atmosphere, Ski School, Exclusivity and Authenticity.
The ski area around the Matterhorn isn't just diverse; with pistes up to 3,883 metres above sea level it's also the highest. Snow cover and adventure are both guaranteed.
The Matterhorn ski paradise has been named as a five-star ski area by Skiresort.de, the world’s largest ski area test site.
Have you ever skied down Europe’s longest ski slope? Endless turns await on the 25 km from the Matterhorn glacier paradise into the village.
We are proud to be the Alpine village with the greatest density of gourmet restaurants. It’s all about the flavours!
Just like the Matterhorn, the climate in the mountains is truly special, with Zermatt enjoying more than 300 days of sunshine every year.
We are the only European ski resort that is open all year round. We have guaranteed snow, all the time.
Skiing in two countries in a single day? You can in the Matterhorn ski paradise – 360 kilometres in Switzerland and Italy are waiting to be discovered!
Would you like to glide above glaciers and enjoy incredible views of the mountainous landscape around the Klein Matterhorn? You can on the Matterhorn glacier ride, at 3,883 metres the highest, most state-of-the-art 3S cable car in the world.
Nowhere else in Europe can you ride in a cable car that goes as high as ours. At 3,883 metres above sea level, an incredible world of snow and ice is waiting to be discovered.
Here, hospitality isn’t just an empty phrase; it’s a promise, a tangible part of every single organisation!
The highest outdoor rack railway in Europe transports guests directly to the Gornergrat. Over a 33-minute journey, it climbs 1,484 metres, up to 3,089 metres above sea level.
Adventures on eternal snow – in Zermatt, you can ski on glaciers that are thousands of years old.
There are lots of different types of overnight accommodation at the foot of the Matterhorn, including luxurious, traditional and sustainable. Zermatt offers everything, and all at exceptionally high quality.
Would you like to stay in a hotel that appears at the top of TripAdvisor’s global ranking? Then take a look at The Omnia in Zermatt.
According to TripAdvisor, Switzerland's best restaurant 2020 is in Zermatt! Chez Vrony!
The CERVO Mountain Resort in Zermatt is the first Valais hotel to be awarded the Ibex Fairstay sustainability label.
Switzerland's best chef 2020 is cooking up a storm in Zermatt! Heinz Rufibach produces exquisite Alpine cuisine in the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof.
Peter Zimmermann from the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof caters perfectly to guests’ requirements –the Swiss Sommelier of the Year 2020 knows all the best wines.
At the foot of the Matterhorn, our youngest guests are very special – children under 9 years old enjoy free travel on all cable cars, free accommodation and many other fantastic benefits.
Zermatt doesn't do anything by half. Well, almost. Guests under the age of 16 enjoy half-price cable car tickets and travel for free on Saturdays.
Not everyone can claim to have admired mountain giants in three countries from one vantage point. But you can, from Europe’s highest cable car station, situated at 3,883 metres above sea level!
Europe’s highest outdoor railway station lies in Zermatt, at 3,089 metres above sea level. The panorama from the Gornergrat has to be on everyone’s must-see list!
They’re known the world over, these fluffy Valais Blacknose sheep. And the largest flock, all 300 of them, is found in Zermatt!
Would you like to take a deep breath of beautiful, clean air? You can in Zermatt. The village has always been car-free.
Zermatt is a certified “energy town”: Our village at the foot of the Matterhorn follows an exemplary, measurable energy policy.
In Zermatt, you can not only ski on freshly groomed pistes but also move around the ski area using the state-of-the-art infrastructure.
We love nature and our environment – Zermatt is one of the most sustainable holiday destinations in Switzerland and puts sustainability at the heart of everything we do.
The very best in sensor and monitoring technology – the Kumme gondola will be the first gondola in Switzerland that will run without staff.
Taxi flights, rescues or an unforgettable flight around the Matterhorn – Air Zermatt operates one of the very best aviation services in the world.
Closer to the stars! In the 3100 Kulmhotel Gornergrat, the highest hotel in Switzerland, you can practically touch the heavens.
At the foot of the Matterhorn, in The Omnia and Hotel Firefly, design is a top priority. Travel magazine Connoisseur Circle ranked these two hotels in the top 3 of design and boutique hotels in Switzerland.
According to travel magazine Connoisseur Circle, the Cervo Mountain Boutique Hotel and the Boutique Hotel Matthiol are in the top 3 of Swiss mountain hotels:
At the World Ski Awards, Les Anges has been named several times as the world's best ski chalet. The luxury chalet offers everything you could need for the perfect winter holiday. Chalet Zermatt Peak, also located in the Matterhorn village, was awarded this title in 2020.
The Hotel National provides fantastic family rooms. With catamaran nets and animal rugs, children will love them!
Zermatt’s youth hostel has around 17 m2 of thermal solar panels, resulting in comfort and energy efficiency that meets the Minergie standard.
The toboggan run on the Gornergrat is not only one of the most beautiful, but also the highest of its type in the Alps, starting at 2,813 metres above sea level.
At 12.9 km, the Gorner Glacier is the third-longest glacier in the Alps. Together with the Grenzgletscher (Border Glacier), it forms the second-largest glacial system in the Alps.
Sparkling ice crystals, ice sculptures and an ice slide – a magical world awaits guests in the world’s highest glacier palace, at 3,883 metres above sea level.
A journey in comfort full of endless views and fabulous food in the slowest express train in the world – that’s the Glacier Express from St Moritz to Zermatt. There's plenty of time to take photos.
Fancy bagging your first four-thousander? Then the Breithorn, the easiest four-thousander in Switzerland, is the one to go for!
Whether watches, jewellery or sports equipment, few Alpine villages have quite such a wide range of brands and luxury accessories.
Mountains as far as the eye can see – Zermatt is surrounded by 38 four-thousanders.
Holidaying in Zermatt is like visiting friends. Around 80% of guests have visited the destination before.
The Dufourspitze is the highest peak in Switzerland and the second highest in the Alps. A truly superlative ski tour objective!
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