Hiking, Mountaineering
Zermatt has over 400 kilometres of marked trails to explore. 70 kilometres are even accessible in winter, so you can experience the peace and tranquillity of the snow-covered Alpine wilderness. The most popular Zermatt hiking routes are the Matterhorn Trail and the Haute Route.
The Matterhorn is surrounded by 38 peaks that soar to a staggering 4,000 metres above sea level. A good place to start is the Breithorn, which takes 2.5 hours to reach from the Matterhorn glacier. You can warm up on the Riffelhorn or the Schweifinen via ferrata, or hone your skills in the Gorner gorge and the region’s many other amazing routes. Then you’ll be ready to tackle the Matterhorn!

Summer skiing
The highest and largest summer skiing area in the Alps boasts 21 kilometres of piste and a freeriding park.

Mountain biking
Six routes covering a total of 100 kilometres wind their way down through a glorious Alpine landscape with an average decrease in altitude of 1,000 metres. Try the downhill runs or the four-cross tracks from Sunnegga!

Go Alpine golfing just outside Zermatt at the nine-hole Matterhorn golf course, where you’ll be rewarded with a superb view of the Breithorn and the Klein Matterhorn.

Glacier Express
The world’s most famous railway takes you from Zermatt to Davos or St. Moritz in around seven hours. You’ll pass pristine mountain landscapes and exclusive resort towns, cross deep gorges and charming valleys, pass through 91 tunnels and over 291 impressive bridges.

Something for everyone

  • In the Forest Fun climbing park there are plenty of activities for adventurers of all ages. Climb from tree to tree in the safety of a harness.

  • Or perhaps you’d like to see a glacier up close and personal? In the Glacier Palace you can marvel at the glittering beauty of the eternal ice from below – and from above in the Dossen glacier garden.

    Find out everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Alpine cheese in the Alpine dairy or the village’s cheese factory.

  • There are countless picnic areas with playgrounds for a little downtime with the kids.

  • Even on rainy days, Zermatt doesn’t disappoint: you can while away the hours in the Matterhorn Museum Zermatlantis or at the local cinema.

Other activities:

  • Tennis courts in the village
  • Kickbikes and dirt scooters
  • Ultraks and marathons
  • Clay pigeon shooting in Furi
  • Fly fishing in mountain lakes
  • Festivals: Zermatt Festival, Zermatt Unplugged, Folklore Festival
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