Join this fun fatbike night ride on snow-covered trails, starting from Zermatt, enjoying a spectacular descent and discovering the magic of winter landscapes, along Mountain Bike Guide Beat.
Go on an exciting fatbike night riding tour through a winter wonderland
After gaining some altitude, enjoy a thrilling descent to Zermatt!
Ride surrounded by silence and darkness, illuminated by special lamps
Explore the spectacular winter landscape of Zermatt with a fatbike night ride! Fatbiking is a lot of fun during the day, but at night it becomes a thrilling adventure and a great way to discover hidden corners around this town.
Picture yourself riding a bike surrounded by the silence and darkness of the night. You will discover the winter wonderland of Zermatt while siliding on snow-covered single trails during this night outing. Special lamps will illuminate our way, immersed in a magical atmosphere, while we only hear the crunching of snow under our extra wide fatbike tires.
These bikes are not e-bikes, so they don’t have engines, but although they may look heavy, you will be surprised when you discover how easy it is to ride steep climbs with the fatbikes, gaining altitude at a comfortable pace. Then, after a short break, get ready to enjoy the highlight of the tour: a thrilling descent to Zermatt!
Bear in mind you need a basic fitness level to join this tour, for an ascent of about 400 metres. We will be riding slowly as a group, and we will be pushing the bike along short sections.
So what are you waiting for? If you want to enjoy a unique experience in Zermatt, just contact me and book your place! Come join me on this unique fatbike night riding tour.
Time: approx. between 19:00 to- 22:00 Requirements: Safe and controlled riding of a bicycle. Mountain biking experience is an advantage, but not a prerequisite.
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Group of 1
|CHF 289 each|
Group of 2
|CHF 165 each|
Group of 3
|CHF 124 each|
Want a different number of travellers?
- Guiding fee
- Group equipment: Helmet
The price includes: Guided tour by a certified Swiss Cycling Guide
- Knee pads