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Village life

A destination for all seasons

Andermatt – Switzerland’s crossroads

The ancient village of Andermatt lies at the intersection of four Alpine passes: the Gotthard Pass to Southern Switzerland, the Schöllenen Gorge to the North, the Furka to the West and the Oberalp Pass to the Surselva region. For centuries, these natural crossroads acted as major trade routes, and you feel it as you enter the town – this sense of an openness to the visitor, and to those wishing to make their home in this place like no other.

1:30

Hours drive from Zurich International Airport

1:40

Hours flight from London Heathrow Airport

2:00

Hours drive from Milan Malpensa and Como

A guide to village life

From the idyllic Gotthardstrasse to the gentle buzz of Piazza Gottardo, Andermatt is an Alpine village with real soul.

8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Lift to the Gemsstock

For those in search of freeride paradise, take these lifts up the Gemsstock.

At 2961 metres above sea level, the Gemsstock invites expert skiers to show off their skills on the Bernhard Russi Run with a descent of 1500 metres.

46.63229270660069° N, 8.592339389295491° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Train station

Hop on a train and be in Sedrun in under an hour, or take the Glacier Express for 3.15 hours to Zermatt.

46.63699867947135° N, 8.593564555960215° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

The Chedi Andermatt

The five-star hotel The Chedi Andermatt is hospitality at its very finest. Experience a mix of Asian and Western flavours at The Restaurant or enjoy Michelin-star sushi at The Japanese.

46.636521813011186° N, 8.594396182415997° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Gotthardstrasse

Walk through the historic heart of the village and find a cosy place for lunch.

46.63382121880083° N, 8.597676918065872° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

The Swiss House

Panoramic year-round restaurant serving everyone, from golfers and hikers to cross-country skiers and snowboarders.

46.633821252005525° N, 8.583799470775833° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Piazza Gottardo

Take a minute to enjoy the soft buzz of village life in the piazza with a coffee and pastry from Biselli, the local bakery.

46.6339° N, 8.5936° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Gütsch-Express

Alight here for excellent ski runs, vibrant hiking trails or a delicious lunch.

46.63793454207888° N, 8.595502014840095° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Lift to the Gemsstock

For those in search of freeride paradise, take these lifts up the Gemsstock.

At 2961 metres above sea level, the Gemsstock invites expert skiers to show off their skills on the Bernhard Russi Run with a descent of 1500 metres.

46.63229270660069° N, 8.592339389295491° E
8°C
1.48 km/h
168°

Train station

Hop on a train and be in Sedrun in under an hour, or take the Glacier Express for 3.15 hours to Zermatt.

46.63699867947135° N, 8.593564555960215° E

At home in the valley

Hike through the foothills of the Gemsstock and take in the view of Andermatt. The village is close enough that you can still hear the bells of the church. As you make your way back into town, you can't help but stop for a lunch of your favourite butter rösti with two fried eggs. Time to sit back and relax after another adventure.