Personal recommendations from our staff

The run from Klein Matterhorn to Cervinia is a clear recommendation. With a descent time of about 30 minutes, it is one of the longest pistes in the Alps. If you are looking for wider pistes, you will find what you are looking for on the downhill run at Trockenen Steg. On the Rothorn you will also get your money's worth with perfect pistes. There, the descent runs along the long Kumme to the Patrullarve. An absolute must for experienced skiers.

An additional recommendation is the train ride to Gornergrat to be able to ski the beautiful slopes there. The ride offers a great experience with views of the Matterhorn and countless other mountains around Zermatt. Bayard's main shop is also located next to the Gornergrat valley station. The very varied area itself is mainly suitable for advanced skiers. As the Gornergrat lies between Sunnegga / Rothorn and Trockener Steg / Klein Matterhorn, all the pistes are connected there and you have the choice of which run you want to tackle.


Passages with deep snow as far as the eye can see

For all powder fans, Stockhorn and Rote Nase are ideal, known for impressive deep-snow passages. Both mountains are also accessible with touring skis, and a cable car is also available here. The Höhtälli also offers deep snow powder routes in winter that make the heart of every freeride enthusiast beat faster. 

To experience the best powder days, it is especially recommended to plan with a local mountain guide or ski instructor. Their many years of expertise in the mountains will give you tips on which spots and locations currently have the best snow conditions for a freeride tour. No matter which route you choose: Appropriate avalanche equipment such as search devices or an avalanche backpack are essential to ensure your safety.

Ein Skifahrer in Zermatt carvt geschickt durch den Tiefschnee und hinterlässt kunstvolle Spuren im Pulverschnee.