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Zermatt TerrainThe Matterhorn ski paradise covers an area from the Rothorn paradise (3103 m) and the Gornergrat (3089 m) to Matterhorn glacier paradise (Klein Matterhorn) (3883 m) and Schwarzsee paradise (2583 m). It connects from Matterhorn glacier paradise to Breuil-Cervinia / Valtournenche and Val d'Aoste.
There are three ways for skiers and snowboarders to reach Zermatt's winter sports area.
* Access to the Rothorn paradise winter sports area and the free-ride Stockhorn area is via the Rothorn paradise resort station.
* The Gornergrat winter sports area is reached via the resort station of the Gornergrat Bahn transport system.
* The Matterhorn Express takes winter sports enthusiasts from the Matterhorn glacier paradise resort station to Schwarzsee paradise or Matterhorn glacier paradise, connecting with Breuil-Cervinia / Valtournenche (Italy).
The electrically-powered buses serve all 3 resort stations. The bus service is included in the ski-pass .
Zermatt SnowboardingHalfpipes: 2
Tarrain Parks: 1
Zermatt Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at ZermattSunnegga paradise – Findeln – Breitboden chair lift
In time for the 2007/2008 winter season, the old 2-seat chair lift is being replaced by a 4-seat lift with heated seats on the Sunnegga paradise via Findeln to Breitboden route. Passenger capacity: 2,000 people per hour. The Findeln cableway has an underground station on Sunnegga paradise.
Hohtälli – Kellensee ski run
To replace the Gornergrat – Hohtälli cable railway an intermediate ski run (red) will be constructed from Hohtälli to Kellensee in the summer of 2007. This will mean an even better connection between Rothorn paradise, Gornergrat and Matterhorn glacier paradise.
Stockhorn ski lift
A new ski lift was erected in the Stockhorn region. Zermatt Mountain Cableways attaches great importance to making the free-ride area accessible even after the closure of the Hohtälli – Stockhorn cable railway. The Hohtälli – Rote Nase cable railway and the Triftij ski lift will remain in service.
Information last updated 10/27/2009.