Light is hope! In this sense, the Matterhorn is illuminated during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Due to the current moon position, the projections are weakened. They currently take place daily between 04:00 hrs and 06:00 hrs.

With this light projection, Zermatt wants to give people a sign of hope and solidarity in these difficult times. The village shows solidarity with all the people who are currently suffering and is grateful to all those who are helping to overcome the crisis.

Stay at home - you can follow the spectacle live via webcams.

Chronicle

06. April · 14:07 Uhr

Cantons of Geneva and Vaud

Like Ticino, the two French-speaking cantons of Geneva and Vaud are strongly affected by the coronavirus. The illuminated Matterhorn aims to give them comfort and hope.

05. April · 19:04 Uhr

#hope

Never lose hope in these difficult times and orient yourself to the light of the Matterhorn.

04. April · 10:08 Uhr

Portugal

In Zermatt lives the biggest Portuguese community outside Portugal. Many helping hands, without which Zermatt would not be what it is today. Many of them have remained here despite the coronavirus pandemic - over 1'000 km separated from their families. We thank them and we think of them.

03. April · 15:13 Uhr

#stayhome

Despite nice weather and bleeding heart: Please stay at home.

02. April · 16:15 Uhr

Support

We get through this difficult time by helping each other.

01. April · 21:30 Uhr

Canton of Ticino

Switzerland shows solidarity with the Canton of Ticino: first reached by the coronavirus and still the most affected to this day. #siamoconvoi

31. March · 18:48 Uhr

Together

Federal Councillor Alain Berset has called for solidarity from the Swiss people during the Corona crisis. Wir/nous/noi/nus: Together with responsibility and solidarity.

«Together» video of the Federal Office of Public Health

28. March · 20:00 Uhr

Italy

Italy, the country in Europe most affected by the coronavirus pandemic and located just behind the Matterhorn, says #grazie. Thanks to the people in Italy who are currently on the front line and are committed to fighting the emergency: the doctors, the medical staff, the volunteers, the police, the fire brigade and everyone else who is protecting and saving lives.

26. March · 20:30 Uhr

Love

Thanks for your warm response on the #hope campaign. We send back much love. ❤

26. March · 20:00 Uhr

#stayhome

Everyone can help to contain the pandemic by staying at home. Watch the spectacle on the Matterhorn from home via webcams.

25. March · 20:00 Uhr

Solidarity

The respect of the young for the elderly, the healthy and strong for the vulnerable. Thank you Switzerland - your solidarity gives hope.

24. March · 20:00 Uhr

Light is hope

With the illumination of the Matterhorn, Zermatt is sending a sign of hope to the world in the difficult times of the coronavirus pandemic.