Getting to Sunnegga-Rothorn
The valley station to Sunnegga-Rothorn can be reached on foot from the rail station of Zermatt. A range of different mountain transportation types gets you up to Sunnegga, Blauherd and Rothorn.
Getting to Zermatt and the Sunnegga valley station
Zermatt is car-free and can best be reached by train from Visp/Brig. A popular option is the Glacier Express, but many regular trains available as well. If you arrive by car, you’ll have to park in nearby Täsch and then board the train to Zermatt.
Once you’re in Zermatt, it’s a 10-minute walk across the town to the valley station, which is located within the mountains and accessible by a deep tunnel. There you’ll board the funicular to Sunnegga.
From Zermatt to Sunnegga, Blauherd and Rothorn
Several types of mountain transportation take you up:
- from Zermatt to Sunnegga, you’ll make a 4-minute ride in a funicular inside the mountain;
- from Sunnegga to Blauherd, you can choose from either an 8-seater gondola or a 6-seater chairlift;
- from Blauherd to Rothorn, you’ll be transported in a larger cable car.
Dates of operation
All three mountain stations are accessible until 14 April 2021, and are closed for maintenance from 15 April to 21 May 2021. In summer season:
- Sunnegga and Blauherd are accessible from 22 May to 10 October 2021;
- Rothorn is accessible from 26 June to 10 October 2021.
The winter season will start by late November-early December. Please check again later for further dates.
Tip: check the timetable before you start your trip.
Find schedules for your trip. The valley station is called ‘Zermatt (Talstation Sunnegga)’. The mountain stations are referred to as ‘Sunnegga’, ‘Blauherd’ and ‘Rothorn VS’.
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