Splitboarding in Zermatt

Discover the stunning scenery and incredible off-piste terrain in Zermatt on your splitboard!

From the slopes of Gornergrat or Hohtälli – on the outskirts of Zermatt – to the hallowed reverse Haute Route, there are plenty of incredible splitboarding opportunities awaiting here. Enjoy the varied and beautiful alpine scenery as well as perfect powder conditions. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Splitboarding trips in Zermatt. The mountains are calling!
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Splitboarding in Zermatt

Zermatt is world-renowned for its incredibly gorgeous mountain scenery. Tucked into the heart of the Swiss Alps, the town provides unparalleled great views of the Matterhorn as well as easy access to numerous iconic mountains. From these mountain summits, it is easy to take in the rest of the incredible alpine scenery around Zermatt.

 

Good to know:

Country Code:

+41

Best time to climb:

January to April

Currency:

Swiss franc (CHF)

Language:

French, German, Italian, English

How to get there:

Most trips to Zermatt begin with a flight into Geneva International Airport (GVA). From here, Zermatt can easily be reached by bus and rail or by driving 2.5 hours in a rental car

What’s the weather like?

During the winter, average daily temperatures in Zermatt hover around -10 ºC and tend to be colder at higher elevations and feel colder as well due to windchill. Zermatt also gets plenty of snowfall in the winter, with an average of 50 to 65 centimeters falling per month

More info about Splitboarding in Zermatt:

Zermatt has long been a haven for winter sports enthusiasts and this is no exception in the case of splitboarders. The town is perfectly situated for any number of adventures that involve skinning up mountain peaks before combining the board and careening back down on a snowboard. Away from the aforementioned spots, another popular option is to head on a two-day tour of the Breithorn and Pora Nera. The trip involves only minor mountaineering know-how, a lot of great views and some incredible descents along the way. Though it may be a bit farther afield, the Monte Rosa massif is another popular destination for splitboarders based in Zermatt. Some opt to head up to the top of the peak and enjoy the thrilling ride back down. Others circumnavigate the peak, enjoying exciting runs at various parts and taking in the massif from all angles

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