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The car-free resort of Zermatt is located at an altitude of 1,620 m above sea level in southwest Switzerland. This idyllic village is located in the Matter Valley in the canton of the Valais. It is nestled among the fabulous scenery of mountains and glaciers and offers visitors a fantastic panorama of 33 4.000-metre peaks. There are 250 km of varied trails in the ski area between Switzerland and Italy. Snow and fun parks, sledding runs, walking tours with snowshoes, dog-sled rides and 30 km of prepared winter hiking paths offer an alternative to skiing.
Elevation Top: 3820 m Bottom: 1620 m Vertical Drop: 2200 m Longest Run: 17.00 km Skiable Area: 394 ha Snow Making: 43 ha - Total # of Lifts: 71 - Gondolas/Trams: 8 - Double Chairs: 18 - Surface Lifts: 30 - Lift Capacity: 78000 hr Snowboarding, cross country, off-piste, glacier, tobogganing, sledding, snowshoeing, dog sled rides, telemark, ski touring, winter hiking, ice skating, curling, heliskiing, ice climbing, sleigh rides, snowtubing, and ice hockey. Also indoor swimming, hot tubs/jacuzzi, indoor tennis, fitness trail, climbing wall, table football, and indoor golf.
Most visitors reach Zermatt by cog railway train or taxi from the nearby town of Täsch. Trains also depart for Zermatt from farther down the valley at Visp and Brig, which are on the main Swiss rail network.