We are visiting Rome, Venice & Zermatt at the end of July for 10 days. We are a group of 4 – me and my wife in early 30s and my parents in their 60s & 70s. We are looking to spend 3 full days in Zermatt as we arrive on Wednesday night and leave Zermatt on Sunday morning for flight back. We would like to visit scenic spots and do some easy hikes not more than 2-3 hours and preferably with very limited ascent/descent.
My preliminary research suggest that we could plan one day each around visiting (i) gornegrat , (ii) matterhorn glacier paradise and (iii) sunegga/rothorn paradise and combine lifts/gondola rides with walks in these areas. However, I will really appreciate if you could suggest some easy walks in these regions which we fit in during our 3 days. Any suggestions to structure our time in a better way will be more than welcome.
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