Ferienhaus Morgenrot

Riedweg 358, Zermatt, 3920, Switzerland
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Matterhorn MuseumMatterhorn Museum

Table before the "fun" starts......Table before the "fun" starts......

The mystical Matterhorn at sunrise....The mystical Matterhorn at sunrise....

Gornergrat viewsGornergrat views

Forum Posts

End of March - 1st week in april

by superkav

What are the slopes like around this time of year. Is there much snow fall. Ive read that the slopes are a bit slushy as the moment.

Thanks in advance :)

Re: End of March - 1st week in april

by Tripack

Due to higher altitude, slopes in Zermatt keep in good shape even in Spring. By experience I went skiing several times in April and really enjoy slopes above 2200m up to 3'800m absl. After midday and if temperature is increasing the slopes could be slushy especially under 2000 meters but you could still go down to Zermatt village by ski. By the way spring skiing let you enjoy a great Apr├Ęs ski on some great sunny terracces. My advice: Go skiing earlier to get best snow condition (10AM-1PM).

Enjoy your Swiss sunny and snowy stay!

Re: End of March - 1st week in april

by gffcllns

Some lower slopes will be slushy.

But the Klein Matterhorn goes up over 3500m and will be fine, although some runs are of limited interest.

Gornegart and Sunnegga will provide good/great skiing too, but you may have to catch the train down from 2000m. Above that it'll be good.

If that's the earliest you can go, I'd say go anyway.

Travel Tips for Zermatt

Hike: Riffelalp to Zermatt (Winkelmatten)

by HORSCHECK

After our hike from Sunnegga paradise to Riffelalp (2200 m) we had two options to get back to Zermatt (1620 m).

Either take the Gornergrat railway or follow the Arvenweg (Swiss stone pine trail).

As the weather was fine and we were still in good shape we decided to follow the Arvenweg downwards.

The trail starts opposite to the Riffelalp station and leads in steep serpentines through a pine and larch forest downwards to Winkelmatten which is a district of Zermatt.

The trail is about 4,5 km long and the difference in altitude is more than 600 m. It took us 2 h to get to Zermatt as walking downwards on such a steep trail can be pretty exhausting.

The way is well signposted and has good vantage points for panoramic views of Zermatt.

Ski the Alps

by Skigirl

Snow skiing in Zermatt is well worth the trip to the top. The runs are all day long adventures skiing down the alps and stopping at the many alpine chalet restaurants along the way. The scenery is beautiful and the snow abundant. Dress warm because when the sun is not out a cold chill catches up with you.

Moosjesee

by sandysmith

The Moosjesee (2140m) completes the 5 lakes - Stellisee, Grunsee, Grindjsee and Leisee being the others. Again this was a bit of a detour below our target of Findeln so just another shot from up above it. It looked more like a man-made dam lake to me and judging by the turquoise colour of the water would not be reflecting either :-S. So the Stellisee or the Grindjsee are best options for the scenic views and good spots for an alpine picnic on the 5 lakes walk.

Taxi

by Tripack

Taxi companies (electrically-powered taxis)

Taxi Zermatt (24h):
*** Taxi Dorsaz, Imboden & Bolero Tel 0848 11 12 12

*** Taxi Schaller Tel 027 967 12 12

A taxi trip will cost you around CHF 5.- per person from the railwaystation to your hotel.

Tip: ask your hotel for a lift with the free courtesy bus (usually each hotel own one)

Horse drawn carriages (round-trips)
*** Imboden Werner Tel 079 436 76 12

You can't miss it on a sunny day

by JudyinPA

You can go up closer by gondola or train. Both are a unique experience. Restaurants can be found traveling by both. The gondola is the skiers means of going anytime of the year. If you decide to take the gondola there are changes about three times. At the end of this ride is the ice cave.

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