Once, when the real Alps were considered too high to climb, the 1410-meter-high Napf, located between Mittelland, Entlebuch and Emmental, was the ultimate in height that natural scientists deemed acceptable.
Mountain chalet-style hotel at the foot of the Matterhorn and 300 metres above Zermatt. Run by the Biner family since 1968 – now in the third generation. Last renovated in 2010. 21 rooms, including family rooms with gallery, the traditional Gitz-Gädi restaurant, widely known for its delicious fondue creations, wellness complex with large indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room. Tobogganing out in front of the hotel and in summer a large playground with a summer garden lounge.