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Nestled at the foot of Switzerland's most famous mountain, the Matterhorn, Zermatt combines amazing mixed-ability skiing on high, snow covered slopes with stunning natural scenery and some of the world's best high-altitude dining and nightlife. Set at altitudes between 1,620m and 3,900m Zermatt is snow-sure and even provides summer skiing.There are hundreds of kilometres of runs to enjoy in Zermatt and its neighbouring Italian resorts of Cervinia and Valtournenche. And although Zermatt has a world-renowned reputation as a serious winter sports heaven the area is so vast and the terrain so varied that there's plenty on offer for everyone from novice level upwards. Already regarded as one of the best places to ski Zermatt is putting itself on the snowboarding map. The resort's terrain keeps even the most accomplished boarder entertained and Zermatt boasts The Gravity Park, open all year round and includes a 200m superpipe, big rails and a wall ride. Another bonus of Zermatt is that the Tourist Board organise special ski programmes. Serious skiers can take courses in powder and hard-packed snow or go explore ski mountaineering and off-piste routes to other famous resorts with guides. Heliskiing is also available for the most adventurous. The less hard-core can take skiing with classical music courses, skiing with language courses and even skiing with dance classes. There is something for everyone at Zermatt.Mixing sophisticated holiday destination with pretty Alpine village Zermatt boasts a varied offering. It mixes luxury hotels with practical holiday apartments and even has an igloo village! Only a few hours' drive from the international airports of Zurich, Basel, Geneva and Milan, Zermatt is easy to get to from the UK and is a destination for some low-cost carriers too . With an flight time of around 2 hours from the UK , you won't spend the entire day in transit either and can be skiing the same day you leave home.

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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All news News : Zermatt
Summer history tours at Zermatt hotel

Zermatt's Hotel Monte Rosa is in the midst of hosting a summer of history tours. Famous people like author Mark Twain - who penned The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - are discussed in these events.

Announcing the tours, Zermatt Tourismus reports that they are themed around the belle epoque, and can be attended without prior registration. Fascinating stories are being promised as part of the evening activities. 

Swiss Alpine Museum opens new Matterhorn show

The Swiss Alpine Museum recently opened a pop-up exhibition on the Gornergrat.

The show is all about mountains that are somewhat similar to Zermatt mountain The Matterhorn, and which share the same nickname.

Called The Matterhorn Family, the show is due to remain in place for the next few months until October 25th.

Zermatt Bahnhofstrasse's new Matterhorn trail

Zermatt has unveiled a memorial to some historic climbers, which people will be able to see if they visit.

Zermatt Tourismus reports that on Tuesday (July 14th), Zermatt marked the 150th anniversary of the Matterhorn's peak first being reached - this 19th century event was historic, but also deeply sad, given what happened shortly afterwards.

Newly unveiled memorial markers, naming the people involved in this famous climb, have been put in place on the Bahnhofstrasse, to form a special trail which people can use to reflect on mountaineering history.

Summer traditions in Zermatt

Early August is a special time in Zermatt, the Swiss mountain and skiing hotspot. It's traditionally home to the Folklore Festival in the town.

This is a long-standing tradition, which has its 47th appearance this year, according to Zermatt Tourismus. It always takes place at the same time annually, during the second weekend in the often balmy month of August.

Head along and see more than 1,000 people participate in the yearly parade which forms a central part of this celebration of tradition.

Scheduled for the early afternoon, the parade will feature plenty to see, and begins its journey on the Bahnhofstrasse at 1pm local time, in what will hopefully be perfect weather.

Live piste preparation at Zermatt

With the Easter weekend over, it's likely you're feeling down about having to return to work. Don't worry though, because the fun doesn't have to end here. If you've still got a few days of annual leave to take, or if you simply want a short weekend away, there's time to book a last-minute getaway.
You may be wondering which destination to visit at this time of year and while you might normally go to a sunny beach resort, visiting a ski area is that little bit different.