Sitting at the crossroads of mountain passes from both north to south and east to west, Andermatt is the largest of three villages in Ursern Valley. The Village has a long history and is mentioned in documents dating back as far as 1203. It has always been known as one of the best winter sports centres for experienced skiers and snowboarders looking for guaranteed snow on challenging slopes; however, the resort has fallen off the map a little in recent years. This is all about to change with new development of this pretty village bringing improvements to the ski area and exciting new accommodation options.
For more information on the resort of Andermatt, click here to download the 2014/15 brochure »
Non-ski activities include Snowshoeing, toboganning, ice skating and ice climbing, while those looking for a more cultural experience can take a horse drawn sleigh ride or visist one of the various museums celebrating Andermatt's rich history.
Facilities for children
There are kids' parks in the areas of Realp, Andermatt-Nätschen and Sedrun-Valtgeva.
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Advice & Guides
Special offers in this resort
Terms and ConditionsThis offer is only valid on stays of 7 nights or more and is not applicable on the following dates: The weeks commencing 30th December, 10th, 17th & 24th February (all properties). The week commencing 3rd March (L’Orée des Cimes, L’Orée des Neiges, Les Clarines, Le Hameau du Beaufortain, Le Centaure, Les Chalets d’Angèle, Les Chalets de Flambeau, La Ferme du Val Claret, Le Télémark, Les Granges du Soleil, La Grange aux Fées, Les Cimes Blanches, Le Hameau de Pierre Blanche, Le Cristal de l’Alpe, La Reine des Prés, Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana). The week commencing 10th March (Le Nevada, Les Chalets de Jouvence, Les Chalets de Léana)
Andermatt has always been one of the best resorts in Switzerland for guaranteed snow, accessed via two-stage cable-car to the skiing area on the Gemsstock, at nearly 3000m. The wide open slopes are ideal for experienced skiers, snowboarders and serious powder hounds. There are also easier slopes near the Gurschenalp and in the skiing areas of Nätschen (Andermatt) and Realp.
With the purchase of a winter sports pass for the Gotthard-Oberalp region, you can also use the ski area of Sedrun.
Cross-country skiers are catered for by the "Urserntal" cross-country track (40 km), which follows the River Reuss through fantastic scenery from Andermatt, via Hospental to Realp and back.
Resort Altitude: 1444m
Summit Elevation: 2961m
Vertical Drop: 1517m
Total Pistes: 120km
Number of Lifts: 20
Snow Parks: 2
We are currently unable to pre-book ski passes in this resort. For ski pass prices and information, please visit www.andermatt.ch
We don't have any ski rental information available for this resort.
Tel: +41 41 887 12 40
Fax: +41 41 888 71 01
Tel: +41 41 887 12 40
Andermatt is just over 1h30m (123km) from Zurich Aiport, which is serviced by various low-cost and scheduled airlines.
If you are coming by car, it is just 10 minutes’ drive to Andermatt after you exit the motorway at Göschenen. From the direction of Lucerne or Zurich, take the E35 south to exit 40 (Göschenen/Gotthardpass/Furkapass/Oberalppass/Andermatt) and follow local directions.
Rail passengers take the Gotthard express train that travels to Göschenen every hour. In Göschenen catch the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn to Andermatt.