Belalp – frontal Aletsch Glacier views

Belalp – frontal Aletsch Glacier views

On its 1,767-meter route the cable car Blatten - Belalp climbs 763 meters and takes you to an area from where the entire Aletsch region can be seen.more

Sunnegga / Rothorn – panoramic views

Sunnegga / Rothorn – panoramic views

The 3,103-meter mountain can be reached with three modern mountain trains. From Zermatt to Sunnegga and via the Alp Blauherd one can quickly reach...more

Felsenegg – a glimpse of Pluto from Zurich

Felsenegg – a...

Besides the well-known train to the Üetliberg, the aerial cableway...more

Bettmerhorn – Aletsch Glacier

Bettmerhorn –...

The first gondola train to the Bettmerhorn, built in 1975, has...more

Belalp – frontal Aletsch Glacier views

On its 1,767-meter route the cable car Blatten - Belalp climbs 763 meters and takes you to an area from where the entire Aletsch region can be seen.

Rooted in the beginnings of tourism, and constructed way back in1858, the Hotel Belalp and its chapel stand in a prime spot where you enjoy frontal views of the Aletsch Glacier.

Sunnegga / Rothorn – panoramic views

The 3,103-meter mountain can be reached with three modern mountain trains. From Zermatt to Sunnegga and via the Alp Blauherd one can quickly reach the Rothorn and enjoy an unforgettable panoramic view.

Many say that views of the Matterhorn are best viewed from this spot as they reveal its perfect form...which could well be true.

Felsenegg – a glimpse of Pluto from Zurich

Besides the well-known train to the Üetliberg, the aerial cableway Adliswil - Felsenegg, south of Zürich, constitutes an additional link to the Albis chain and therefore to Zürich’s very own mountain.

Albishorn, Hochwacht, Felsenegg and Üetliberg are the names of the best-known vantage points on the Albis chain – conveniently connected to one another with hiking and walking trails.

Bettmerhorn – Aletsch Glacier

The first gondola train to the Bettmerhorn, built in 1975, has transported in its 20 years of operation over eight million guests. With the opening of its new 8-seater gondola train in 1996, the resort of Bettmeralp has set new standards – after all, the train is considered the most modern of its kind.

A combination of close and distant views: On the one side the longest glacial flow of the Alps, and Rhone Valley with views as far as the Weisshorn and Matterhorn on the other.