Geneva - 3 hours 30 minutes
• Cup of coffee from CHF 4.50 • Small beer from CHF 6.00 • Bottle of house wine from CHF 20.00 • Fondue from CHF 15.00 • Glass of coke from CHF 5.00 • Sandwich from CHF 6.00 • Pizza from CHF 15.00 • Burger & fries from CHF 20.00
Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Southampton
Free ski/board social service
Best for apres-ski and nightlife
Ski area with glacier skiing
Pistes over 2,500m
Advanced Ski Rating
Intermediates Ski Rating
Beginners Ski Rating
So what's it like?
Breathtaking scenery, great skiing & superb restaurants, Zermatt has it all
Zermatt comes complete with amazing scenery, a huge 360km of skiing and a beautiful resort centre filled with everything you need. With the iconic Matterhorn as the backdrop, you’ll also get the opportunity to ski in Italy, as the ski area links to Cervinia. So, you can start the day in Switzerland, lunch on authentic Italian food and be back in time for dinner. This world-class ski area is known for its high altitude skiing, but has beginner areas located near the town. Intermediate and advanced skiers will be in their element with varied terrain, snow parks and off-piste skiing potential.
Zermatt has a bustling resort atmosphere, and a buzzing nightlife. You’ll find a great après environment with plenty of bars to choose from and a varying price range depending on the style you’re looking for. There are over 100 options when it comes to dining in the evening. Try traditional restaurants or fancy bistros and enjoy the typically Swiss specialities on offer.
If you’re looking for even more adventure you could even try heli-skiing. There are plenty of other activities, such as snowshoeing, ice skating and tobogganing that are also available. Zermatt accommodation is mostly upper end with a price tag to match, but if you want a bit of luxury for your ski holiday then there are few better places to visit than Zermatt.
Buy 1 lift pass get 1 half price
If you buy a lift pass then help yourself to a second one at half price.
Excludes certain departure dates, see terms and conditions for details.
Ski Information Beginners
The wide-open runs of the Sunnegga and Trokenersteg provide the ideal terrain for beginners, while the slopes of the Gornergrat, reached after a spectacular cog-wheel train journey, should be easily manageable after a few lessons from the expert ski school.
Ski Information Intermediates
Zermatt is a true intermediate's paradise with a tremendous variety of runs available including scenic descents through trees and long red runs. Take the cable car to the Rothorn paradise where there are several challenging red runs and one that will take you all the way back to Zermatt. Choose a sunny day to ski over to Cervinia (included on area lift pass) and try the 14kms run from the Plateau Rosa.
Ski Information Advanced
Every good skier should experience the challenging black runs, fantastic off-piste and guaranteed snow. Try the Trifti - one of Europe's longest and most difficult mogul slopes. Other highlights include the gun-barrel Tiefbach descent and the Schwarzsee, Stockhorn and Matterhorn glacier paradise areas.
Lively nightlife with an excellent range of cafés and bars · Papperla bar, Elsie's place, the bar Vernissage, the Village, Brown Cow and the Pink Elephant for jazz.
Bowling alley, curling, indoor swimming pool, leisure centre, outdoor ice skating, parapenting, sleigh rides
Well known for a vast array of fabulous restaurants with over 70 to choose from. Typical 3 course meal from approx. Chf 50 · Brown Cow Snack Bar for great burgers, Stockhorn Grill or The Spaghetti Factory.
· Large selection of stylish shops and boutiques · Zermatt museum · Miles of cleared winter walkways (special walkers pass available locally)
From Geneva airport
One-way (arrival) from £126 pp.
Return from £246 pp.
Kids ski free: free helmet for kids booking skis & boots
Senior savers: reduced lift pass prices for seniors 65yrs +