About Zermatt

Sitting in the shadows of the crown jewel of the Alps, The Matterhorn, Zermatt is a breathtakingly whimsical village steeped in old-world charm.

ADVENTURE & RELAX

The best that Zermatt has to offer

Unique Swiss charm

Be whisked away to an earlier time where life moves a little slower.

Be enchanted by the clicking of horse hooves as majestic clydesdales pull sleighs and taxis through the heart of the village. Zermatt is a pedestrian-friendly wonderland allowing vacationers to leisurely meander its streets and soak in the magical sights and sounds of this mountain wonderland.

Be whisked away to an earlier time where life moves a little slower.

Be enchanted by the clicking of horse hooves as majestic clydesdales pull sleighs and taxis through the heart of the village. Zermatt is a pedestrian-friendly wonderland allowing vacationers to leisurely meander its streets and soak in the magical sights and sounds of this mountain wonderland.

Powder skier- Grand Combin Glacier -Verbier, Switzerland

The Mountain

Reaching an impressive 4000 metres into the azure skies, The Matterhorn affords visitors with unrivalled snow quality.

Thirty-eight stunning mountain peaks call the Matterhorn region home and make up the highest skiing altitudes in the Alps. Visitors to the Zermatt can enjoy 365 days of skiing a year and 300 days of sunshine. Expansive pistes beckon skiers to carve through pristine powder. The resort boasts 350 km of pistes, and skiers can enjoy an incredible array of amenities the resort offers. Ski down into Italy and take in a mountainside lunch at Cervinia, or let us organise a helicopter drop at the top of Zermatt to commence your day.

Our Chalets

We offer an exceptional portfolio of chalets and lodging options boasting some of the most sought-after addresses in Zermatt, sure to set a peaceful and luxurious tone for your next holiday.

Zermatt Chalets

The Mountain

Reaching an impressive 4000 metres into the azure skies, The Matterhorn affords visitors with unrivalled snow quality.

Thirty-eight stunning mountain peaks call the Matterhorn region home and make up the highest skiing altitudes in the Alps. Visitors to the Zermatt can enjoy 365 days of skiing a year and 300 days of sunshine. Expansive pistes beckon skiers to carve through pristine powder. The resort boasts 350 km of pistes, and skiers can enjoy an incredible array of amenities the resort offers. Ski down into Italy and take in a mountainside lunch at Cervinia, or let us organise a helicopter drop at the top of Zermatt to commence your day.

BUSINESS OR PLEASURE

A brilliant chalet escape or dream ski holiday

There are not many things that make us feel like a kid again, but strapping on a pair of skis is one of them.

SKI INSTRUCTION

There are a plethora of ski schools in Verbier. Bramble Ski is unique in employing in-house ski instructors to the concierge for all our catered properties. We work closely with our ski school partner European Snowsport. Upon arrival in the resort, the instructors are on hand to help advise you on ski equipment. The concept is simple: they’re there to allow you to get the most out of the resort, both in the village and on the mountain.

We also work with the other ski schools in the village if necessary for our guests’ requirements. So whether it is beginner group lessons in English for children or specialised tuition in extreme off-piste settings, we’re able to organise the instruction that is best suited.

MOUNTAIN GUIDES & HELI-SKIING

Verbier is world-renowned for its extensive and challenging off-piste skiing. There is no better way to explore the hidden powder caches, high altitude glaciers, and steep couloirs than hiring a guide for the day.

For the ultimate ski or snowboard experience, heli-skiing is also available. There are three high altitude drop zones offering some of the Alps’ most stunning views and rewarding descents. Petit Combin, Trient Glacier, and Rosablanche are all within a short flight.