How much is the cable car in Zermatt?

How much is the cable car in Zermatt?

How much is the cable car in Zermatt?

Return tickets

01.11.-30.04. 01.07.-31.08
Adults Adults
Zermatt – Furi CHF 16.50 CHF 21.00
Zermatt – Schwarzsee CHF 48.00 CHF 60.50
Zermatt – Trockener Steg CHF 62.50 CHF 79.00

Is there cable car for Matterhorn?

One Cablecar station – two cableways Since November 2018, the new 3S cableway of superlatives is operating all-year round, carrying up to 2000 passengers per hour to Klein Matterhorn. The Matterhorn Glacier Ride l, the world’s highest 3S cableway, connects Trockener Steg with Klein Matterhorn at 3883 metres.

How long is the cable car from Zermatt to Matterhorn?

You can take a vehicle from Zermatt to Klein Matterhorn via Furi and Trockener Steg in around 26 min.

How long is the gondola ride from Zermatt to Klein Matterhorn?

The entire ride from Zermatt takes about 45 minutes.

Is the Matterhorn worth seeing?

There’s just something about the Matterhorn, the most recognizable mountain on the planet. Just seeing the Matterhorn is one of the great experiences in Switzerland. And hiking with that iconic summit as a background is even better.

How much is gondola to Matterhorn?

Round trip tickets start at CHF 90.50 per person. This price will be higher during the peak summer months (round trip tickets cost CHF 120 in the summer). This price includes the cable car ride and entrance into Matterhorn Glacier Paradise.

How do you get to Zermatt Matterhorn?

Trains run directly to car-free Zermatt. A trip to Zermatt by automobile ends 5 km away in Täsch. Then it continues by shuttle train or by taxi to the resort at the foot of the Matterhorn. Car-free Zermatt can be reached by train, taxi or helicopter.

What is the best way to see the Matterhorn?

What is the best way to see the Matterhorn? The best way to see the Matterhorn is to ride the train to Zermatt, and take a cable car up to Stellisee Lake, accessible via the “Blauherd” stop. Alternatively, you can also take in views of the Matterhorn from Zermatt town, or from certain private sightseeing flights.

Is Zermatt car-free?

Zermatt has been car-free for as long as anyone can remember. For private vehicles, access is allowed until Täsch (5 km from Zermatt). The road from Täsch to Zermatt is closed to normal traffic.