Zermatt, Switzerland, 1,620m - 4,000m

Zermatt is the capital of the Matterhorn region with 38 peaks rising over 4000m and the highest skiing domain in the Alps.

Must do

Heli sightseeing trip around the iconic Matterhorn.

Where to Eat

On the mountain: Chez Vrony, The Findlerhof, Zum See In the village: Le Capri, Omnia, Myoko

Where to Eat (Traditional Swiss)

Alpenrose Hotel, Helvetia

Aprés Ski

Hennustall, Cervo bar, Papperla


Schneewitschen, Hotel Poste, Pink

Where to Park the Jet

Sion - 1 hr 15 minutes, Geneva - 3 hrs. A heli-transfer can take to within 5 minutes of the chalets.


Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, Hotel Vernissage, Hotel Alex

Chalets available in Zermatt

Chalet Mckinley

Sleeps up to 10

Chalet Aconcagua

Sleeps up to 12

Chalet Elbrus

Sleeps up to 12

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