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Mt. Gornergrat

Switzerland
+41 848 642 442
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Day Tour to Zermatt and the Matterhorn from Stresa
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Private Guided Tour to Mount Matterhorn Area and Mount Gornergrat from Zermatt
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1 - 10 of 35 reviews

Reviewed 9 May 2017

The most amazing place I have ever been. I wish I could go back again and again. It was stunningly beautiful.

Thank Heather L
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Great trip up. Great views at the top. Great food too! Try to go up on a sunny day and get a table outside for lunch. You won't regret the experience! I can be crowded though!

Thank SuziReckless
Reviewed 2 January 2017

the view from the top is just breath-taking; you can either walk up or down (in winter: parts of) the way between Zermatt and Gornergrat, or you just take the train up&down again

Thank Heide S
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

We went up on 16 November and the mall was closed, with only one cafe I think. Luckily we brought own snacks and had great picnic watching the Matterhorn and alps. Information centre said that no trekking today thus we need to buy the full...More

Thank bobdog808
Reviewed 11 October 2016

My fiancé and I took the Gornergrat Bahn up and stopped at every stop along the way to explore and hike. It was wonderful at every elevation, though having just arrived in Zermatt the day before we definitely noticed the difference in our endurance due...More

Thank vinospizza
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

If you are staying for a short trip in Zermatt you should definitely take the train and climb the Gorergrat mountain! Go till the top although the ticket is quiet expensive (everything is expensive I. Zermatt..!) and you will not regret the view. An amazing...More

Thank ericjanmayer
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

A short journey by mountain railway from Zermatt, we reached the Former great to get a close view of Matterhorn. The train climbing to a height of 12000 feet, ran through snow clad terrain. On top, you have a small cafe where we ate beautiful...More

Thank Prabir G
Reviewed 30 August 2016

A friend said I MUST visit Gornegrat when Im in Zermatt. I woke up extra early, and took the 2nd train that went to the top. If you want to enjoy the view with not so much disturbance, then waking up early is worth it....More

Thank Dana F
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

Hello. We visited gornergrat in August and it was just breathtaking. The views are magnificent no matter which way you look. We also visited Matterhorn glacier palace and whilst it had amazing views it didn't have anywhere near the wow factor as gornergrat had. Gornergrat...More

Thank markarmel
Reviewed 25 July 2016

An a clear day this is the place to be. The mountain at over 10,000 ft high overlooks the Matterhorn and also the surrounding peaks and Glaciers. The location is accessed by Cog Railway and is a starting point for many fine mountain walks. There...More

Thank Hugh C
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