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Ski hire Zermatt

Renting your ski and snowboard equipment in Zermatt couldn't be easier. There are plenty of shops with all the top brands, and you can even pre-book your kit online before you leave. This will mean that your preferred gear will be in-store for you ready to collect when you arrive. Additional insurance is also available at all shops to ensure you have a stress-free holiday.If you don't know the difference between Armada and Rossingol or can't choose between Exclusive and Premier skis then let the staff in-store help. They are all highly trained, experienced and are able to take care of all your ski hire needs.

Altitude : Min : 1620 m - Max : 3899 m
Number of slopes : --7622361
Number of ski-lifts: 54
km of ski slopes: 360
kms of Nordic Ski slopes: 15

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Swiss wrestling in Zermatt

Planning a winter skiing trip, but fancy taking some time out from the slopes? Look no further than the Swiss wrestling festival in the ski resort of Zermatt. Set in the Pennine Alps - home to the great Matterhorn mountain - this fun-filled activity will get your energetic juices flowing while allowing you to marvel in the beautiful surroundings.


The car-free village of Zermatt is the perfect location to spend your seasonal getaway. Boasting an array of amenities, including a cinema, museum and numerous churches, there's bound to be something you'll want to get involved in even when you're not practicing on the slopes.

Swiss wrestling is a traditional national sport originating from the 13th century. It was introduced to cities throughout Switzerland in the form of wrestling festivals in the 19th century and today, stands as a popular sport - particularly in the German-speaking areas of the Alpine foothills.

Why not give Telemark skiing a go this winter?

If you're planning on heading to the Alps for a ski break this winter then you'll have lots of options in terms of the type of skis you can hire. Firstly, it's important to note that the length of the skis you choose will have a pretty significant impact on the way they feel once you're out on the snow, although styles also have a big part to play.

So, if you're looking for a new challenge or experience on your next winter sports holiday then why not go for a totally new type of ski that you've never tried before? One such option is Telemark skiing, which is growing in popularity around the world.

Different ways to marvel at the magnificent Matterhorn

Zermatt is one of the world's top ski destinations, while also being something of a paradise for mountain bikers, climbers and hikers in summer. Part of its appeal lies in the fact that it is surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in the Alps, with the iconic Matterhorn being the star attraction.

Enjoy Zermatt's annual Folklore Festival

Zermatt is considered to be one of the finest holiday resorts in the Alps, offering the best facilities, the most stunning scenery and the very highest quality activities - from world-class ski runs in winter to amazing hiking, cycling, climbing and more in the summer. However, one thing that people don't often expect from a mountain resort is culture, yet those who travel to Zermatt will quickly find out that this offered up in abundance here.

Indeed, the town prides itself on being much more than just a base for adventure sports, and really encapsulates the essence of the Swiss mountain lifestyle. This can be seen in the huge array of top quality restaurants smattered throughout Zermatt, while a great effort has also been made to create a very particular vibe that symbolises the local mentality. This is partly achieved by the way in which the entire resort has become car-free, thus providing a unique cultural experience for all visitors.

Watch the sun rise over the Matterhorn in Zermatt

Whether you visit in summer or winter, you're sure to be blown away by the breathtaking scenery that surrounds this popular tourist town in the Swiss mountains - and that's before you even begin looking into what activities are on offer.

Indeed, the place is equally famous for the amazing array of sports and other pursuits that can be enjoyed here, with some of the best skiing in Europe available on the nearby slopes during the winter, and some truly incredible hiking, biking, climbing and more in the summer.

The enduring memory that most people take away from their time in Zermatt is the sight of the Matterhorn - one of the world's most iconic and recognisable peaks - looming over the town, creating a picture that is simply unrivalled by any other resort in the Alps.