Carefree days in Zermatt
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For this reason, we have adapted internal processes and provided intensive training for our employees, so that you can experience a usual carefree holiday in the Ambassador.
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Whether it’s a sporting challenge, an enjoyable family outing or a relaxing hike with culinary highlights – Zermatt’s mountain world is as fascinating as it is varied.
The approximately 400 kilometres of marked hiking and mountain trails around Zermatt, Täsch and Randa offer different degrees of difficulty, gradients and trail lengths for every level.
Surrounded by 38 mountain peaks over 4’000 m, Zermatt is considered the mountain bike paradise at the foot of the Matterhorn.
The choice of all-day bike tours or short afternoon routes offers the right terrain for everyone. In the unique mountain scenery of the Alps, an unforgettable mountain biking experience is guaranteed.
The downhill ride with the dirt scooters is an experience for the whole family.
The thick tyres of the scooter make even uneven paths effortlessly passable. With the gondolas of the Matterhorn Express, the first leg of the journey takes you up to 2,583 m to Schwarzsee. From here, one passes the idyllic Schwarzsee and descends towards Stafelalp. Riding fun guaranteed.
The Forest Fun Park promises adrenalin-filled fun with its five varied courses for adults and the largest kids’ trail in Switzerland.
In one to three hours, young and old alike can practice their strength and balance between the trees.
In summer, guests and locals meet on the alpine greens near Täsch/Randa to play golf.
The course offers every comfort, including a clubhouse, restaurant and a breathtaking view of the Breithorn (4’164 m) and the small Matterhorn (3’883 m). Unique and new in Switzerland is that you can play from different tees per hole.
In the Matterhorn Museum – Zermatlantis, you can immerse yourself in the mountain world of past centuries. Here you can see how the inhabitants of Zermatt lived in the 19th century and shudder at the sight of the torn rope of the first ascent of the Matterhorn in 1865, in which four out of seven mountaineers died.
With so much excitement, even those less interested in history will get their money’s worth.