Switzerland not only has the highest mountains, but also the prettiest railways. If you want to combine both, then climb on board the Gornergrat Railway in Zermatt. The highest open-air rack railway in Europe climbs past Swiss stone pine and larch forests up to a height of 3089 metres. Once you reach the top you can enjoy breathtaking, all-round views of 29 peaks above 4000 metres, with the Matterhorn right in the centre. The Gornergrat is also a great starting point for some wonderful walks. In winter, there are attractive descents in the glistening snow and a beautiful, one-of-a-kind sleigh run.
At a glance
- For all new bookings: free cancellation up to 4 working days before the first day of validity.
- Roundtrip on a cogwheel train from Zermatt to Gornergrat at 3089m
|Swiss Half Fare Card:||GBP 51.00|
|Children 6-16 without Swiss Family Card:||GBP 41.00|
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