Dream Design

Andermatt

  • A view of Andermatt from the top of a nearby mountain
INTERMEDIATES - POWDER SKIING

Andermatt exudes authentic alpine charm and history while offering the last word in contemporary five-star luxury. Long-time favourite of European travellers, traditional Andermatt lies at a crossroads of mountain passes in the dramatic Ursern Valley.

INTERMEDIATES - POWDER SKIING

Andermatt exudes authentic alpine charm and history while offering the last word in contemporary five-star luxury. Long-time favourite of European travellers, traditional Andermatt lies at a crossroads of mountain passes in the dramatic Ursern Valley.

While retaining its original character, Andermatt has undergone a transformation into a deluxe enclave boasting glamorous hotel accommodation, a new indoor and outdoor sports centre and a concert hall, all designed to meld seamlessly with the town’s existing shops and galleries. A selection of relaxed bars sets the scene for laid-back après-ski, livelier at weekends.

Off the piste pursuits include ice climbing, tobogganing, snowshoeing, winter walks and ice skating. Andermatt's central alpine setting is primed for plentiful powder days and a picturesque snow-laden village centre.

A red train traveling through a snow covered mountain
An aerial view of Andermatt with snow covered mountains in the background
A frozen river between trees and buildings in Andermatt
A red train traveling through a snow covered mountain
An aerial view of Andermatt with snow covered mountains in the background
A frozen river between trees and buildings in Andermatt

Two skiers heading down a ski slope near wooden cabins
The skiing

An ideal destination for intermediates, families, and extreme sports, away-from-the-crowds Andermatt is now connected to family-friendly Sedrun, via a long-awaited lift that makes their shared ski area the largest in central Switzerland. With over 120km of linked slopes, there are ten new and upgraded ski lifts completing the two-way connection between the two formerly separate ski areas. Ski aficionados, however, love Andermatt for its snowsure terrain, off-piste and ski touring opportunities and the high, steep slopes of the Gemsstock glacier. With pistes up to 2965m, the Gemsstock offers challenging, steep skiing both on-piste, take the challenge of the Bernhard Russi black run, and off-piste, a utopia for advanced skiers in the company of a mountain guide.

Ski resort essentials
  • 120
    KILOMETRES - ANDERMATT - SEDRUN
  • 180
    KILOMETRES - ANDERMATT - SEDRUN - DISENTIS
SKI AREA
  • 1444
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2961
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 26%
    BLUE
  • 57%
    RED
  • 17%
    BLACK
RUNS
Get in touch your way…
We customise every trip to you and our quotes are bespoke. We’re here to offer advice, recommendations and answer your questions.
00
07

Switzerland

Get to know our favourite ski spots in Switzerland, from car-free Zermatt in the shadow of the Matterhorn to the elegant glamour of St. Mortiz.

  • People on a ski lift in the ski resort of Lenzerheide
    Arosa

    Set in a chocolate box landscape of forests and frozen lakes, Arosa has a laid back traditional Swiss ambience and a friendly welcome. 

    Explore
  • Night view of the Crans Montana village and ski resort
    Crans-Montana

    Nestled in a south facing position overlooking the Rhône Valley, hidden gem Crans-Montana is the new place to be; known for its wonderous red runs, long leisurely lunches and sunny outlook.

    Explore
  • Rock mountains with snow covered peaks
    Saas-Fee

    Known fondly as The Pearl of the Alps, Saas-Fee is a true gem for ski-lovers.

    Explore
  • An aerial view of the snow covered roofs in the town of St Moritz
    St.Moritz

    With a reputation for elegance and glamour, St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous winter resorts.

    Explore
  • A view of buildings in a valley in the Swiss Alps
    Verbier

    Elegant and exuberant, Verbier combines scintillating skiing with inimitable Swiss hospitality making it the perfect destination for your next luxury ski holiday.

    Explore
  • Drone view of snow covered hotels
    Villars

    Perched on a sunny shelf looking across the Rhône Valley to the Portes du Soleil, Villars is a small, laid-back, but well-established village resort.

    Explore
  • A red and white cable car with the Matterhorn in the background
    Zermatt

    A magnet for winter sports connoisseurs, nestling at the foot of the majestic Matterhorn in the Valais canton of Switzerland.

    Explore
00
07