Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Houses, Gardens & Walking in England
  2. 2 Trip Report Norway in a Nutshell - Travel Report
  3. 3 Bergen Hotel -- near Port ?
  4. 4 roaming Prague...but for how long?
  5. 5 Trip Report Azores
  6. 6 Barcelona to Paris - Road trip in between?
  7. 7 San Francisco retirees would like to move to Paris for a year- crazy idea?
  8. 8 Cooking tours 3-4 days June 4 in Northern Italy
  9. 9 Opinion on sights in Florence
  10. 10 What's the biggest mistake you made on a European trip?
  11. 11 Short Trip in July
  12. 12 Trip Report Springtime in Holland - Trip report
  13. 13 Advice on car and getting around Aeolian Islands
  14. 14 10-12 days - Czech Republic/Austria/Munich?
  15. 15 Rome neighborhoods equivalent to arrondissements 6 and 7 in Paris?
  16. 16 4 Nights - Bern/Grindelwald / Interlaken / Lucerne
  17. 17 Where to go...one month w/a one year old
  18. 18 Trip Report Paris & Cote d'Azur Trip report
  19. 19 Looking for Italy Itinerary Advice (8N)
  20. 20 Planning a solo trip mostly to France, advice please!
  21. 21 Trip Report Roman Roamings: 2 Weeks of Wanderings
  22. 22 Sim Card Options
  23. 23 Greek Islands (small)
  24. 24 38 Days in Paris
  25. 25 Day trip ideas from Bristol, UK
View next 25 » Back to the top

Zermatt in Winter - Non-skiers and Passes

Jump to last reply

We will be going to Switzerland Jan1-8, 2017. We've been to Switzerland 4 times previously but never to Zermatt which is where we will be staying most of the time.

We have one night in Bern and then train to Zermatt for 4 nights and then one night at the end either near the Zurich airport or in Zurich itself. (We have a 10AM flight the next day.)

Question - Been thinking about passes. We've always gotten a Swiss Pass to use on all our transport. However, I see there's a " Zermatt Peak Pass" which allows transport on the cable railways there including Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, Rothorn, Swarzee, Gornegrat, Tasch. Cost is 190CH per person for 3 days. Wondering if it makes sense to get that and pay regular price for the other tickets in our journey (see below), or just get a Swiss pass which I believe would give us a break on those railways in addition to paying for our transport from airport to Bern, Bern to Zermatt and back.

Any advice?
https://issuu.com/stnet/docs/bergerlebnis-2014-en-issuu/31

48 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement