We feature 30 properties in Zermatt:
27 Catered Chalets, 1 Chalet Hotel and 2 Half Board Hotels.
Zermatt - Piste Ratings
Zermatt is a strikingly beautiful, historic resort with a unique special magic all of its own. The delightful traffic-free town visibly oozes Swiss charm - elegant shopping streets are crammed with chic shops and historic hotels, whilst the variety of restaurants on offer is second to none. Traditional wooden "mazots" blend comfortably with modern chalets whilst the region itself is dominated by the majestic Matterhorn.
The linked region of Cervinia offers not only stunningly scenic skiing but also the highest ski area in Europe. Zermatt's ski area is divided into three - Sunnegga, Gornergrat and Klein Matterhorn. Sunnegga features some steep slopes from 3,100m as well as plenty of pleasant sunny skiing. Gornergrat, meanwhile, has wide reds and blues, with reliable snow and post-January experts can head up from here to the infamous balck moguls of Triftji. There's also a breathtaking red run down to Gant, the valley connecting Gornergrat and Sunnegga. Finally Klein Matterhorn is reached by express from the edge of the village and is linked to Cervinia. Up here, 3,000m, there is relaxed, snowsure skiing for all.
The range of non-skiing and apres skiing facilities here is truly impressive and could easily take up more of your time than the skiing itself. Apart from the impressive leisure facilities there are dozens of watering holes and restaurants to suit every taste. During the day, visit one of the rustic bars or tearooms, and later experience one of the many live bands, or drop in to a bar or disco.
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Long and difficult mogul slope