Zermatt ski trips are always with thoughts of the Matterhorn, and with that brings talk about skiing and ice skating and more. There is more to this quaint village though, a history that is deep, rich, and the basis of what it is today.
Zermatt isn’t just for winter vacations. The summers here offer hiking and mountain biking, or 100 other activities are waiting for you. At the base of a glacier on in a green meadow, or sit by a picturesque mountain lake, enjoying the cool, fresh air and the view of 38 four thousand-meter peaks.
There are several Zermatt hotels that an be your home base while you’re here, each offering a home-away-from-home atmosphere. From budget friendly to unlimited budget, as quiet as you want or right in the middle of everything.
Okay, you already know Zermatt Switzerland is the go-to place for great snow skiing. With The Matterhorn and the other great slopes in the area, that’s not an argument right? But what if you aren’t a skier – what is there to do besides sitting in your hotel lobby, enjoying the great fire and delicious food and wine (not that is a bad way to vacation!).