Zermatt's Matterhorn is the iconic pinnacle of the Alps, the 14,692 ft peak beckons skiers to this popular ski village reached only by train. Zermatt offers unrivalled scenery, romantic Swiss chalets, and the highest elevation skiing with the longest snow season in the Alps - including year round skiing on the glacier. Zermatt is on everyone's list as one of the best places to ski in Europe. In addition to phenomenal scenery and skiing, there are over 50 traditional on-mountain chalets serving lunch. Zermatt village is more of a small city - offering upscale lodging - five-star ski hotels, dining, shopping, and a lively après ski bar scene.
|intermediate||21 %||61 %|
|advanced||62 %||27 %|
|expert||17 %||12 %|
|child lift ticket||Free||CHF25 (£20 GBP)|
|adult lift ticket||CHF79 (£63 GBP)||CHF75 (£60 GBP)|
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|average total snowfall||6″||-|