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Help with zermatt hikes due to snow

we are now in Zermatt and looking for hikes that are either fairly level or not too steep. we went to Zmut and Feri today and wld rather not have anything steeper.

Sunnegga opens tomorrow, but due to snow conditions, trials to grunsee and mosijsee are not open.

Tourist office suggested walking from Zermatt to Tasch.
I have been searching for hikes from Tasch, but have not found much.

we are here for 4 more days and wld appreciate suggestions for hikes!

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