Zermatt Walking Tour: Discover Swiss Charm
Join us for an unforgettable walking tour of Zermatt, a charming Swiss town that offers a wealth of sights and experiences. Our tour will take you on a journey through the heart of the town, where you’ll discover the stunning St. Mauritius Church and its exquisite stained glass windows and frescoes. Explore the Matterhorn Museum, home to the infamous broken rope display, and learn about the local history and culture. Our tour also takes you to the Mountaineers’ Cemetery, a somber reminder of the dangers of mountaineering. Enjoy breathtaking views from Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, Europe’s highest cable car station, and immerse yourself in the beauty of the Gornerschlucht gorge. With our knowledgeable guide leading the way, you’ll experience the best of Zermatt on foot. Join us for a walking tour that you won’t forget!
- Marvel at St. Mauritius Church's artistic treasures.
- Learn history at the Matterhorn Museum.
- Soak in epic views at Matterhorn Glacier Paradise.
- Professional local tour guide
- Matterhorn Museum Admission Fees
- Matterhorn Glacier Paradise (Schluhmattstrasse, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland) Admission Fees
- Gornerschlucht Admission Fees
Route & Duration
St Mauritius Church
Zermatt's main church at the end of the main road. It was built in 1913 and features a beautiful 18th-century altar. Feel free to pop in and enjoy your holiday at St. Mauritius Church and surrounding area.
This state-of-the-art crystal museum offers fascinating insights into Valesian village life, hiking, starting a trip to Zermatt and life the Matterhorn claims. The infamous broken rope is on display.
Walking in Zermatt's Twin Tombs – the cemetery of the climbers in the gardens of Zermatt's St. Mauritius Church and the main cemetery across the street – is a miserable experience. Numerous graves tell of the untimely deaths of Monte Rosa, Matterhorn and Brethron.
Matterhorn Glacier Paradise (Schluhmattstrasse, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland)
The views from Zermatt's cable car are breathtaking, but Matterhorn Glacier Paradise is the icing on the cake. Don't miss the Glacier Palace. An ice palace with glittering ice sculptures and ice slides to collapse first. Finished off with a spectacular snow tube in the snow.
Walk from Zermatt along the river to this spectacular gorge is a 1.5 km walk carved out of green Serpentinite rock and accessed via a series of wooden stairs and walkways. Taking a visit to Gornerschlucht is a good choise for the family.
Opposite the Pfarrkirche St. Mauritius (Kirchpl., 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.