“Matterhorn Glacier Paradise” is a year-round ski area between the Klein Matterhorn and Gobba di Rollin peaks, which are part of the Swiss side of the Pennine Alps
The Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, originally known as Klein Matterhorn Gletscher is a distinct glacier between Klein Matterhorn and the Breithorn. The Brethren is separated from the Gobba di Rollin by The Breithorn Pass. It is a flat plateau at around 3,800 meters. The Matterhorn Glacier is connected To the lower Theodul Glacier at about 3,000 meters and the upper section of the Theodul Glacier by the Breithorn summit.
The best tie to visit is during the Summer tourism season from May to September, the alps provide a beautiful escape from the summer heat and If the day is sunny, you will have spectacular views of the peaks and during a long and very good lunch at one of the mountain restaurants.
The Matterhorn Ski Resort also attracts tourists during the winter season, due to its 360km of pistes at an altitude of 2,375m above sea level.
Don’t forget to take a trip on the cable car, the views from the highest cable car station in Europe is to die for.
The best time to go as early as possible. This is because there are fewer clouds and more likely to get a view of the most famous mountain in the area, The Matterhorn
In the winter months, there may be a chance to travel up to the Glacier Paradise and catch the sunrise to the east or in the evening, check out the sun setting to the west.
The cable car ride and the buildings on the route are wheelchair friendly and step-free access.
Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.