Activities in Andermatt
Situated at 1,444 metres a.s.l., Andermatt has always attracted guests from around the world, not only because of its charming traditional village centre.
The alpine Ursern Valley offers a great diversity of sport and leisure activities the whole year round. In summer, golf, biking, hiking and mountain climbing are most popular, and in winter the snow-assured region is attractive for skiing, freeriding, snowshoe trekking, sledging and much more.
Are you perhaps more interested in musical entertainment? In addition to classical concerts, in Andermatt you will also find pop and rock concerts as well as smaller concerts by selected soloists, which are brilliant in the intimate settings of The Living Room in The Chedi Andermatt or in local bars.
Andermatt’s central location also makes it an ideal base from which to discover the diversity of Switzerland. Interesting cities like Lucerne, Zurich or Milan can be reached quickly from Andermatt, and the expansive valleys of Engadine are close enough for a day trip.
Skiing and snowboarding
SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun is the largest and most modern ski region in Central Switzerland. With its diverse range of attractions, assured snow and numerous sun terraces, it is also one of the most attractive in all of Switzerland.read more
Explore the Ursern Valley on skis on the network of cross-country trails. “The Nordic House” in Andermatt is the ideal starting point.read more
Discover the freeriding Eldorado of the Gemsstock. With its uncounted ravines and cliffs, it’s one of the best freeride spots in the Alps.read more
Mammut Alpine School
Whether a training course or summit hunt, a weekend or holiday trip: at the Mammut Alpine School you are sure to have an unforgettable Alpine experience.read more
Explore Andermatt on two wheels. With the e-fatbikes from Imholz Sport Piazza Gottardo you can safely tour the region – comfortably motor-assisted if you choose.read more
Sledging and snowtubing
Glide down the mountainside – it’s an unforgettable experience for the whole family. A range of different options awaits you.read more
Winter trekking is the quiet way to enjoy winter. The winter hiking trails are groomed every day and marked with pink signs.read more
Après ski train
The legendary après ski train travels from Andermatt over the Oberalppass to Disentis. Of course you can also enjoy a drink in one of the many après ski bars.read more
The four alpine golf courses in the Gotthard region promise unique challenges.read more
Andermatt is just the place for those who aim high. The many bike trails and alpine passes leave nothing to be desired.read more
Andermatt is the ideal starting point for breath-taking pass rides by road bike, oldtimer or motorcycle.read more
Mammut Alpine School
Discover the fixed rope routes of the Alps and remote mountain areas with Mammut Alpine School.read more
Andermatt is an ideal stop on your excursion with the Glacier Express or the Furka Steam Railway.read more
Far from traffic, the serenity is vast and the landscape fantastic. Explore this breath-taking natural region via the many hiking trails.read more
Experience the dramatic Schöllenen Gorge and learn about its rich history.read more
Historic carriage rides
Travel as it was 150 years ago: A journey by historic postal carriage is a unique, exclusive and sustainable experience.read more
Wide variety of options
Even when the sun isn’t shining, there are (almost) no limits to the exciting experiences that await you.read more
Small but fine, they give penetrating insight into Andermatt Holiday Region.read more
Andermatt Concert Hall
The Concert Hall seats 700 and the stage is large enough for a 75-piece orchestra, yet the atmosphere remains intimate.read more
In twelve episodes, locals and guests talk about their fascination with the region.read more