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Swiss train rates/Zermatt/Wengen lifts

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Hi, I will run this by the Swiss railroad site for info, but thought I'd see what you'all thought too. We are going form Basel to Zurich next Summer by train for one night in Zurich/short train ride.. Then train from Zurich to Zermatt for two nights. then Zermatt to Wengen for two nights, then Wengen back to Zurich for two nights. Leave from Zurich back home. This is all set, don't tell me to not stop for one night in Zurich, OK?

We also will try to do some mountain lifts/cable cars, etc. in Zermatt/Wengen. I actually don't know what lifts in the mountain area we will take (suggestions?). So the question is....would the Swiss pass make sense or the half fare card or both? there will be two adults. We could pay for the Basel to Zurich with cash, so maybe a 3 day pass might make sense, but it is not consecutive days. I'd appreciate your input. Thanks. Sue (again).

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