What we love about Zermatt? Everything! The Matterhorn is the best. You just see it from EVERYWHERE! We discovered everything: the food, the nightlife, the Zermatt shuttle, skiing and much more. We will tell you our highlights!
Zermatt is a small mountain resort nestled in the mountains of Canton Valais in the south of Switzerland. The town is at an elevation of 1608m and has a population of less than 6000 people, although this number swells to around 30,000 over Christmas and New Year as visitors flock to experience this winter wonderland.
Everyone here has experienced that: The Glacier Express train arrives at the train station and an avalanche of Chinese skiers step out into the winter wonderland – into Zermatt. Bewildered, bedazzled and – armed with cameras, mobile phones and other electronic life-support – they storm out in search of the one and only, the magical Matterhorn, towering just around the corner.
The story about Zermatt’s first coffee roaster Marián Podola and his idea to bring and roast 100% Specialty Arabica coffee beans in Zermatt.
Throw back to the summer 2017 on the mountain hut Hörnlihütte. Discover how an ordinary summer looks like and what mountaineers can expect on their ascent to the Matterhorn.
Mountain biking at its best: In 6 days and 5 stages through Graechen, Leukerbad and Zermatt. A mountain bikers paradise with flow singletrails and more downhill than uphill kilometres.
Have you ever thought about what snowsports instructors do in summer? No idea? Five snowsports instructors give you an insight into their summer life, their challenges and what they love most.
Geschrieben von Valérie Biner und Tamara Burgener One week to go The race is getting closer and closer, it’s just one week to go. Where has all the time gone? Once, the race seemed so…
From spectator to participant. How the Ultraks-fever got us and how we train for the Ultraks 16K. Accompanied by emotions, sweat, pride and joy we are getting closer to our aim.
Each nation has its own customs – so also Switzerland and Zermatt. As a stranger in a foreign country you want to learn about these customs and be part of it. Learn how to celebrate the Swiss National Holiday just like locals do.