Ski Switzerland
Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt itself is everything a quaint Swiss village is supposed to be: tiny chalets line the road and the hotels in the center of town are picturesque. To keep the village so pristine, you can only arrive in and depart from Zermatt by train since transportation by car is still prohibited. The resort sits on the end of a long valley and is connected by three major skiing areas: Sunnegga, Gornergrat and Klein Matterhorn. Zerrihatt offers something for every level of skier. Each area has runs that make beginners feel like experts as well as runs that make experts wonder just how experienced they really are!

Zermatt Resort Statistics
Resort Altitude: 5,315 ft.
Highest Peak: 12,792 ft.
No. of Ski Lifts: 50
Marked Trails: 42 miles
Features: Beginners mogul, Freeride Stockhorn, Gravity Park including 1 half-pipe, 14 jumps, 3 rails and 3 boxes

Closest Gateway: Zurich or Geneva
Six Day Ski Pass: $465.00 approximate

Ski Terrain
Beginner - 20%
Intermediate - 30%
Advanced - 40%
Expert - 10%