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St Moritz.

Dazzling sunshine at 1856m.

Chic, elegant and exclusive, St Moritz is one of the most famous Alpine resorts in the world. Set at 1856m and surrounded by the lakes of the Upper Engadine Valley, St Moritz is renowned for its dry, crystal-clear mountain climate. The sun shines 322 days a year on average here.

St Moritz's local mountain.

Upper Engadine on the doorstep.

Upper Engadine Lakes.

One plateau, countless lakes.

Cresta Run

Cresta Run

The legendary Cresta Run was first built in the 1884/85 winter season has been one of St Moritz's biggest draws ever since.

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UNESCO World Heritage: Albula/Bernina.

A feat of railway engineering.

The 130km Albula / Bernina railway line is the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage listing and one of the world's most spectacular journeys. Train lovers rave about the stretch between Thusis und Poschiavo, which takes in dramatic mountain scenery and the famous curve of the Landwasser Viaduct.

Davos

Davos 1,560 metres above sea level

Davos is the ideal starting point for discovering undisturbed nature in the side valleys Flüela, Dischma and Sertig as well as the Walser villages of Monstein and Wiesen. The Schatzalp, known as the "Magic Mountain", is situated on a sun terrace directly above Davos, at 1,861 metres above sea level. The mountain became world famous with the novel "Der Zauberberg" (The Magic Mountain) (1924) by German author and Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann.

Chur.

Welcome to the Alpine city.

Switzerland’s oldest city charms visitors with its fine mountain setting, twisting alleys and historic buildings. Numerous boutiques, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries in the largely traffic-free Old Town create a Mediterranean-style atmosphere.

Heidiland.

The home of the famous Swiss fictional character.

Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

The fascinating Rhine Gorge world of the Ruinaulta is located not far from Bonaduz.

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Disentis/Sedrun region

Disentis/Sedrun region

The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva.

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Oberalp Pass

Oberalp Pass

The Oberalp Pass (2044m) links the town of Disentis in canton Graubünden with the resort Andermatt in canton Uri.

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Andermatt

The attractive all-year destination

The holiday region of Andermatt is in the heart of the Swiss Alps. The region is the perfect place, both in winter and in summer, for nature lovers on the lookout for relaxation as well as memorable moments in a fantastic mountain world. With the SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun, the largest Central Swiss skiing area, the region offers the perfect setting for winter activities with its cross-country ski runs, winter hikes and snow shoe trails.

Rhône Glacier

Rhône Glacier

Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers.

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Furka steam railway

Furka steam railway

The Furka steam railway is an enchanting two-hour journey through the mountains. Beautifully restored steam trains take you from Realp to Oberwald.

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Brig

A town with history

The Celts once resided here. The Romans passed by. The Alemanni settled here. The great Stockalper - the Fugger of the Alps - had palaces, monasteries and churches built here. And Napoleon built the road through the Simplon, the most beautiful Pass in the Alps. The region of Brig Simplon benefits from its unique setting in the heart of the Alps. The area stretches from the historic town of Brig in the Upper Rhone Valley through picturesque mountain villages and gently wooded valleys up to the rugged Alpine landscape of the Simplon Pass. Whether you come here for hiking in the summer or skiing in the winter - the region Brig Simplon is worth a trip any time of the year.

Zermatt.

The village surrounded by 38 four-thousanders.

Located at the foot of the Matterhorn, Zermatts touristic development is closely linked to what is most probably the world's most famous mountain. The vacation destination is a car-free zone, has preserved its original character and offers nearly unlimited possibilities as far as excursions are concerned.

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Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter tourism was born in St Moritz in the late 19th century, after Swiss hotelier Johannes Badrutt first dared British guests to travel here by horse-drawn sleigh in 1864. He betted that they would love the resort as much in winter as they did in summer. And right he was.

Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter tourism was born in St Moritz in the late 19th century, after Swiss hotelier Johannes Badrutt first dared British guests to travel here by horse-drawn sleigh in 1864. He betted that they would love the resort as much in winter as they did in summer. And right he was.

Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter sport tradition in St Moritz

Winter tourism was born in St Moritz in the late 19th century, after Swiss hotelier Johannes Badrutt first dared British guests to travel here by horse-drawn sleigh in 1864. He betted that they would love the resort as much in winter as they did in summer. And right he was.

Corviglia / Piz Nair - where the sky begins

Corviglia / Piz Nair - where the sky begins

Two funicular railways leaving from the St. Moritz village take you via Chantarella to Corviglia, from where the cable car whisks you up to the famous vantage point in the Suvretta region.

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Corviglia / Piz Nair - where the sky begins

Corviglia / Piz Nair - where the sky begins

Two funicular railways leaving from the St. Moritz village take you via Chantarella to Corviglia, from where the cable car whisks you up to the famous vantage point in the Suvretta region.

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Lake Sils

Lake Sils

The shipping line with the highest location in Europe plows through this magnificent Alpine lake, situated at 1800 metres above sea level in 40 minutes - starting from Sils Maria.

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Lake Sils

Lake Sils

The shipping line with the highest location in Europe plows through this magnificent Alpine lake, situated at 1800 metres above sea level in 40 minutes - starting from Sils Maria.

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Lake Sils

Lake Sils

The shipping line with the highest location in Europe plows through this magnificent Alpine lake, situated at 1800 metres above sea level in 40 minutes - starting from Sils Maria.

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Lake St. Moritz

Lake St. Moritz

As the name suggests, Lake St Moritz is right near St Moritz. The Maloja wind allows for superb sailing and regattas. But Lake St Moritz also provides a magnificent backdrop for other events held on and around the water: from the St Moritz Match Race, attracting the world's best sailors, to the White Turf horse races that thunder across the frozen lake.

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Lake St. Moritz

Lake St. Moritz

As the name suggests, Lake St Moritz is right near St Moritz. The Maloja wind allows for superb sailing and regattas. But Lake St Moritz also provides a magnificent backdrop for other events held on and around the water: from the St Moritz Match Race, attracting the world's best sailors, to the White Turf horse races that thunder across the frozen lake.

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Lake St. Moritz

Lake St. Moritz

As the name suggests, Lake St Moritz is right near St Moritz. The Maloja wind allows for superb sailing and regattas. But Lake St Moritz also provides a magnificent backdrop for other events held on and around the water: from the St Moritz Match Race, attracting the world's best sailors, to the White Turf horse races that thunder across the frozen lake.

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Lake Silvaplana

Lake Silvaplana

The Inn River, here still called the “Sela”, flows through Lej da Silvaplauna (raet.). The consistent Maloja wind causes the hearts of kite and wind surfers to race. Here they achieve speeds of up to 80km/h and kite surfers rave about 20 second jumps.

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Lake Silvaplana

Lake Silvaplana

The Inn River, here still called the “Sela”, flows through Lej da Silvaplauna (raet.). The consistent Maloja wind causes the hearts of kite and wind surfers to race. Here they achieve speeds of up to 80km/h and kite surfers rave about 20 second jumps.

More about Lake Silvaplana
Lake Silvaplana

Lake Silvaplana

The Inn River, here still called the “Sela”, flows through Lej da Silvaplauna (raet.). The consistent Maloja wind causes the hearts of kite and wind surfers to race. Here they achieve speeds of up to 80km/h and kite surfers rave about 20 second jumps.

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Cresta Run

Cresta Run

The legendary Cresta Run was first built in the 1884/85 winter season has been one of St Moritz's biggest draws ever since. While the style of bobsledding is similar to the Olympic skeleton discipline, it is unique as it only takes place on one track: the Cresta Run in St Moritz-Celerina.

Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

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Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

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Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

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Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

More on Bergün
Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

More on Bergün
Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

More on Bergün
Bergün railway world of experience

Bergün railway world of experience

The “railway village” of Bergün doesn’t just lift the spirits of railway lovers. It’s not only the site of the Albula Railway Museum but also lies directly on the Railway Adventure Trail. The 26 information boards along the route from Preda via Bergün to Filisur provide hikers with valuable background information on the spectacular rail line, giving them a close-up guide to the engineering structures of the Rhaetian Railway.

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Landwasser Viaduct

Landwasser Viaduct

As the largest and most spectacular landmark on the 63-kilometre stretch of the Albula Line between Thusis and St Moritz, the Landwasser Viaduct never fails to astonish. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901-0 was a staggering feat of engineering - completed entirely without scaffolding and using just two cranes.

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Landwasser Viaduct

Landwasser Viaduct

As the largest and most spectacular landmark on the 63-kilometre stretch of the Albula Line between Thusis and St Moritz, the Landwasser Viaduct never fails to astonish. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901-0 was a staggering feat of engineering - completed entirely without scaffolding and using just two cranes.

More about the Landwasser Viaduct
Landwasser Viaduct

Landwasser Viaduct

As the largest and most spectacular landmark on the 63-kilometre stretch of the Albula Line between Thusis and St Moritz, the Landwasser Viaduct never fails to astonish. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901-0 was a staggering feat of engineering - completed entirely without scaffolding and using just two cranes.

More about the Landwasser Viaduct
Landwasser Viaduct

Landwasser Viaduct

As the largest and most spectacular landmark on the 63-kilometre stretch of the Albula Line between Thusis and St Moritz, the Landwasser Viaduct never fails to astonish. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901-0 was a staggering feat of engineering - completed entirely without scaffolding and using just two cranes.

More about the Landwasser Viaduct
Landwasser Viaduct

Landwasser Viaduct

As the largest and most spectacular landmark on the 63-kilometre stretch of the Albula Line between Thusis and St Moritz, the Landwasser Viaduct never fails to astonish. The construction of the three main pillars in 1901-0 was a staggering feat of engineering - completed entirely without scaffolding and using just two cranes.

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Domleschg region

Domleschg region

The lush Domleschg stretches 10km from Rothenbrunnen to Sils. Nowhere else in Switzerland has so many castles and palaces in such a small area.

Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

The Chur-Dreibündenstein mountain railway whisks mountain bikers 1000m above the city to the peak of Brambrüesch, where the downhill and freeride action begins. The Alpine Bike Park is the ultimate thrill for mountain bikers of all levels.

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Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

The Chur-Dreibündenstein mountain railway whisks mountain bikers 1000m above the city to the peak of Brambrüesch, where the downhill and freeride action begins. The Alpine Bike Park is the ultimate thrill for mountain bikers of all levels.

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Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

Alpine Bike Park Brambrüesch

The Chur-Dreibündenstein mountain railway whisks mountain bikers 1000m above the city to the peak of Brambrüesch, where the downhill and freeride action begins. The Alpine Bike Park is the ultimate thrill for mountain bikers of all levels.

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Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

A narrow gorge, only penetrated by a few rays of sunshine at mid-day, a grotto where health seekers bathed, and arguably the most famous natural scientist as first spa physician - this is Bad Pfäfers. Today the Tamina Gorge (approx. 15 minutes from Bad Ragaz) is accessible in a more comfortable way than in the ancient past.

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Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

A narrow gorge, only penetrated by a few rays of sunshine at mid-day, a grotto where health seekers bathed, and arguably the most famous natural scientist as first spa physician - this is Bad Pfäfers. Today the Tamina Gorge (approx. 15 minutes from Bad Ragaz) is accessible in a more comfortable way than in the ancient past.

More about the Tamina Gorge
Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

A narrow gorge, only penetrated by a few rays of sunshine at mid-day, a grotto where health seekers bathed, and arguably the most famous natural scientist as first spa physician - this is Bad Pfäfers. Today the Tamina Gorge (approx. 15 minutes from Bad Ragaz) is accessible in a more comfortable way than in the ancient past.

More about the Tamina Gorge
Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

Tamina Gorge and Old Bad Pfäfers

A narrow gorge, only penetrated by a few rays of sunshine at mid-day, a grotto where health seekers bathed, and arguably the most famous natural scientist as first spa physician - this is Bad Pfäfers. Today the Tamina Gorge (approx. 15 minutes from Bad Ragaz) is accessible in a more comfortable way than in the ancient past.

More about the Tamina Gorge
Spa resort Bad Ragaz

Spa resort Bad Ragaz

The traditional spa town of Bad Ragaz is home to world-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The spa resort reclines at the foot of the peak of Pizol in the Rhine Valley, St Gallen. Its thermal waters spring forth at 37°C in the depths of the Tamina Gorge near Pfäfers. Famous for the healing powers of its mineral-rich waters since the early Middle Ages, the Tamina Therme is the perfect place to unwind and re-energise.

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Spa resort Bad Ragaz

Spa resort Bad Ragaz

The traditional spa town of Bad Ragaz is home to world-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The spa resort reclines at the foot of the peak of Pizol in the Rhine Valley, St Gallen. Its thermal waters spring forth at 37°C in the depths of the Tamina Gorge near Pfäfers. Famous for the healing powers of its mineral-rich waters since the early Middle Ages, the Tamina Therme is the perfect place to unwind and re-energise.

More about Bad Ragaz
Spa resort Bad Ragaz

Spa resort Bad Ragaz

The traditional spa town of Bad Ragaz is home to world-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The spa resort reclines at the foot of the peak of Pizol in the Rhine Valley, St Gallen. Its thermal waters spring forth at 37°C in the depths of the Tamina Gorge near Pfäfers. Famous for the healing powers of its mineral-rich waters since the early Middle Ages, the Tamina Therme is the perfect place to unwind and re-energise.

More about Bad Ragaz
Spa resort Bad Ragaz

Spa resort Bad Ragaz

The traditional spa town of Bad Ragaz is home to world-class hotels, thermal baths and golf courses. The spa resort reclines at the foot of the peak of Pizol in the Rhine Valley, St Gallen. Its thermal waters spring forth at 37°C in the depths of the Tamina Gorge near Pfäfers. Famous for the healing powers of its mineral-rich waters since the early Middle Ages, the Tamina Therme is the perfect place to unwind and re-energise.

More about Bad Ragaz
Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

The fascinating Rhine Gorge world of the Ruinaulta is located not far from Bonaduz. It is one of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in the Alps.

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Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

The fascinating Rhine Gorge world of the Ruinaulta is located not far from Bonaduz. It is one of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in the Alps.

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Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

Rhine Gorge – Ruinaulta

The fascinating Rhine Gorge world of the Ruinaulta is located not far from Bonaduz. It is one of the most spectacular and diverse landscapes in the Alps.

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Disentis/Sedrun region

Disentis/Sedrun region

The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva. Special features of the region are the large Benedictine monastery at Disentis and the source of the Rhine in the idyllic Tomasee.

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Disentis/Sedrun region

Disentis/Sedrun region

The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva. Special features of the region are the large Benedictine monastery at Disentis and the source of the Rhine in the idyllic Tomasee.

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Disentis/Sedrun region

Disentis/Sedrun region

The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva. Special features of the region are the large Benedictine monastery at Disentis and the source of the Rhine in the idyllic Tomasee.

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Disentis/Sedrun region

Disentis/Sedrun region

The quiet holiday region of Disentis/Sedrun in Grisons is in the upper part of the valley of the Anterior Rhine, the Surselva. Special features of the region are the large Benedictine monastery at Disentis and the source of the Rhine in the idyllic Tomasee.

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Oberalp Pass

Oberalp Pass

The Oberalp Pass (2044m) links the town of Disentis in canton Graubünden with the resort Andermatt in canton Uri.

Oberalp Pass

Oberalp Pass

The Oberalp Pass (2044m) links the town of Disentis in canton Graubünden with the resort Andermatt in canton Uri.

Oberalp Pass

Oberalp Pass

The Oberalp Pass (2044m) links the town of Disentis in canton Graubünden with the resort Andermatt in canton Uri.

Rhône Glacier

Rhône Glacier

Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers. While it measures less than 10km long today, back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the glacier tongue reached right the way down to the village of Gletsch and was a tourist attraction.

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Rhône Glacier

Rhône Glacier

Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers. While it measures less than 10km long today, back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the glacier tongue reached right the way down to the village of Gletsch and was a tourist attraction.

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Rhône Glacier

Rhône Glacier

Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers. While it measures less than 10km long today, back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the glacier tongue reached right the way down to the village of Gletsch and was a tourist attraction.

More information
Rhône Glacier

Rhône Glacier

Situated in the Central Swiss Alps, near the Furka Pass, the Rhône Glacier is one of Switzerland's most easily accessible glaciers. While it measures less than 10km long today, back in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the glacier tongue reached right the way down to the village of Gletsch and was a tourist attraction.

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Furka steam railway

Furka steam railway

The Furka steam railway is an enchanting two-hour journey through the mountains. Beautifully restored steam trains take you from Realp to Oberwald.

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Furka steam railway

Furka steam railway

The Furka steam railway is an enchanting two-hour journey through the mountains. Beautifully restored steam trains take you from Realp to Oberwald.

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Furka steam railway

Furka steam railway

The Furka steam railway is an enchanting two-hour journey through the mountains. Beautifully restored steam trains take you from Realp to Oberwald.

More information
Cuisine in Zermatt

Cuisine in Zermatt

Zermatt not only has the most four-thousanders - it also has the highest number of gourmet restaurants. But the offer here goes far beyond haute cuisine, covering the entire spectrum from experimental cooking to Asian flavours and local specialities.

Cuisine in Zermatt

Cuisine in Zermatt

Zermatt not only has the most four-thousanders - it also has the highest number of gourmet restaurants. But the offer here goes far beyond haute cuisine, covering the entire spectrum from experimental cooking to Asian flavours and local specialities.

Cuisine in Zermatt

Cuisine in Zermatt

Zermatt not only has the most four-thousanders - it also has the highest number of gourmet restaurants. But the offer here goes far beyond haute cuisine, covering the entire spectrum from experimental cooking to Asian flavours and local specialities.

Walking in and around Zermatt

Walking in and around Zermatt

With more than 400km of well-marked walking trails, the hiking opportunities in Zermatt, Täsch und Randa are boundless. Mountain railways whisk you effortlessly up to 3000m peaks.

Walking in and around Zermatt

Walking in and around Zermatt

With more than 400km of well-marked walking trails, the hiking opportunities in Zermatt, Täsch und Randa are boundless. Mountain railways whisk you effortlessly up to 3000m peaks.

Walking in and around Zermatt

Walking in and around Zermatt

With more than 400km of well-marked walking trails, the hiking opportunities in Zermatt, Täsch und Randa are boundless. Mountain railways whisk you effortlessly up to 3000m peaks.

Gornergrat

Gornergrat

The over 3000 meter high Gornergrat offers a fantastic view of no less than 29 of the 38 Swiss four thousand meter high mountains. The vantage point platform can be comfortably reached by rack-railroad, which takes visitors from Zermatt to Gornergrat via Riffelalp.

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Gornergrat

Gornergrat

The over 3000 meter high Gornergrat offers a fantastic view of no less than 29 of the 38 Swiss four thousand meter high mountains. The vantage point platform can be comfortably reached by rack-railroad, which takes visitors from Zermatt to Gornergrat via Riffelalp.

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Gornergrat

Gornergrat

The over 3000 meter high Gornergrat offers a fantastic view of no less than 29 of the 38 Swiss four thousand meter high mountains. The vantage point platform can be comfortably reached by rack-railroad, which takes visitors from Zermatt to Gornergrat via Riffelalp.

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Klein Matterhorn - Glacier Paradise

Klein Matterhorn - Glacier Paradise

Europe’s highest viewing platform – and no cableway takes visitors higher! Amazing views from a totally different angle in a glacial world of snow and ice.

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Klein Matterhorn - Glacier Paradise

Klein Matterhorn - Glacier Paradise

Europe’s highest viewing platform – and no cableway takes visitors higher! Amazing views from a totally different angle in a glacial world of snow and ice.

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First ascent of the Matterhorn

First ascent of the Matterhorn

"The gradient decreased and we could finally unfasten ourselves, and Croz and I started a neck-and-neck race. At a quarter to two o’clock the world lay at our feet, and the Matterhorn was conquered. Hurrah! Not a single footstep of our Italian rivals could be seen." This is what Edward Whymper wrote in his diary.

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First ascent of the Matterhorn

First ascent of the Matterhorn

"The gradient decreased and we could finally unfasten ourselves, and Croz and I started a neck-and-neck race. At a quarter to two o’clock the world lay at our feet, and the Matterhorn was conquered. Hurrah! Not a single footstep of our Italian rivals could be seen." This is what Edward Whymper wrote in his diary.

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First ascent of the Matterhorn

First ascent of the Matterhorn

"The gradient decreased and we could finally unfasten ourselves, and Croz and I started a neck-and-neck race. At a quarter to two o’clock the world lay at our feet, and the Matterhorn was conquered. Hurrah! Not a single footstep of our Italian rivals could be seen." This is what Edward Whymper wrote in his diary.

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Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Below the Dorfplatz, the museum opens a window on a world of fascinating stories in the recreated archaeological site Zermatatlantis.

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Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Below the Dorfplatz, the museum opens a window on a world of fascinating stories in the recreated archaeological site Zermatatlantis.

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Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Matterhorn Museum - Zermatlantis

Below the Dorfplatz, the museum opens a window on a world of fascinating stories in the recreated archaeological site Zermatatlantis.

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Hörnlihütte –  Matterhorn up close and personal

Hörnlihütte – Matterhorn up close and personal

The Hörnli Hut is an historic mountaineering site situated at the foot of the Matterhorn. This is where guests from all over the world spend the night before they climb the Matterhorn via the Hörnli ridge, the Zmutt ridge or through the north wall.

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Hörnlihütte –  Matterhorn up close and personal

Hörnlihütte – Matterhorn up close and personal

The Hörnli Hut is an historic mountaineering site situated at the foot of the Matterhorn. This is where guests from all over the world spend the night before they climb the Matterhorn via the Hörnli ridge, the Zmutt ridge or through the north wall.

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Hörnlihütte –  Matterhorn up close and personal

Hörnlihütte – Matterhorn up close and personal

The Hörnli Hut is an historic mountaineering site situated at the foot of the Matterhorn. This is where guests from all over the world spend the night before they climb the Matterhorn via the Hörnli ridge, the Zmutt ridge or through the north wall.

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