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Zermatt in Winter - Non-skiers and Passes

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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

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