Information about the ski area
|Highest point:||3,899 m|
|Lowest point:||1,562 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||1,620 m|
|Lifts in total:||34|
|Pistes in total:||200 km|
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98 % Recommendation rate:
Ski area Zermatt
The lift pass "International" also gives you access to the Italian Cervinia, giving you an extension to altogether 360 km of pistes (see region). If you're looking for the ultimate round trip of all ski mountains in the region we recommend trying the Matterhorn Ski Safari. On two different routes (Safari Silver and Safari Gold) you can ski on fantastic slopes all day without taking the same lift twice. Starting at Rothorn you can ski vie Riffelberg, Theodul glacier, Trockener Steg, Matterhorn glacier paradise, Breuil-Cervinia, Testa Grigia and, after all, back to Zermatt via Stafelalp.
As if that much choice of piste wasn't enough, the region offers further specials, such as e.g. the "slow slopes". All skiers are expected to ski slow and controlled on these specially signed pistes, making for a perfect area for careful skiers and wallowers who are not looking for the thrill of speed. Several snow parks and a total of 36 km secured off-piste tracks for experienced free riders round off the diverse offer at Matterhorn.
If you are accommodated in Täsch, you can use the shuttle train that runs between Zermatt and Täsch, for free. Your lift pass "Zermatt-Täsch" then counts as a valid train ticket.