Huddled among 38 peaks above 4,000 m (practically 33% of all the peaks above 4,000 m in the Alps) is the world famous village of Zermatt in the canton of Valais. The ski area ranges from the 1,616 m of Zermatt up to the 3,883 m of the Klein Matterhorn and covers, with 52 lifts, 360 km of pistes including the 21 km that make up the longest  trail in Switzerland. Starting from the 3,883 m of the Klein Matterhorn, and crossing the Plateau Rosa glacier, it ends right in the centre of the village.

350 km of pistes
3,883 MASL max altitude that can be reached