Zermatt travel information

Gorner Gorge

Gorner Gorge The Gorner Gorge is a 20-minute walk from Zermatt. A natural formation created by the river “Gornera” many years ago, it is marked by bizarre formations and spectacular waterfalls. A secured path with galleries and wooden bridges allows visitors to easily explore the gorge.


Gornergrat The Gornergrat Railway station is Europe’s highest open-air railway station. At the summit (3089 m above sea level), no less than 29, 4000-metre peaks, including the Matterhorn, can be viewed. The 3100 Kulmhotel Gornergrat provides a unique accommodation and dining experience. Gornergrat, located in Zermatt, Switzerland, is a renowned mountain summit offering breathtaking panoramic …

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Sunnegga Rothorn

Sunnegga Rothorn An underground funicular takes visitors from Zermatt to Sunnegga, a perfect place for adrenaline-pumping excitement with activities such as kickbiking and mountain carts. A gondola ridefrom Sunnegga takes visitors to Rothorn (3104 m above sea level) for spectacular views of the Matterhorn and its surrounding mountains.

Matterhorn Glacier Paradise

Matterhorn Glacier Paradise This excursion takes visitors from Zermatt to Europe’s highest cable car station. The viewing platform provides visitors with stunning views of 38, 4000-metre peaks and 14 glaciers. The Cinema Lounge at the summit showcases riveting footage of the region. Visitors can also take a lift 15 metres into the glacier to visit …

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Zermatlantis Matterhorn Museum

Zermatlantis Matterhorn Museum At the heart of the village lies the Zermatlantis Matterhorn Museum, which offers a glimpse into the story of Switzerland’s world-famous emblem, The Matterhorn. The museum immerses visitors in the thrilling and turbulent history of the famous mountain, as well as recounts numerous adventurous events relating to it. Zermatlantis Matterhorn Museum, located …

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