ON YOUR DOORSTEP
From intrepid skiers to in-the-know foodies, Andermatt is home to a close-knit community that enjoys nature and culture in equal measure.
Andermatt is accessible from everywhere, whether by road, rail or air.
90 minute drive from Zurich International Airport
45 minute drive from a private airstrip
120 minute drive from Milan, Malpensa and Lake Como
A destination for all seasons
With sun-blessed summers and snow sure winters, it’s hard to decide on a favourite season in Andermatt. But the good news is you don’t have to choose just one, because Andermatt is a year-round Alpine destination with activities for all types of weather.
Perfectly located in the heart of Andermatt Reuss on a new piazza with panoramic views of the valley.
Connecting you to Sedrun and through Göschenen to Zurich via the Treno Gottardo.
The Chedi Andermatt is five-star Alpine hospitality at its very finest and houses Michelin-starred The Japanese.
Gondolas running from Andermatt to the Gütsch and Gemsstock top stations.
Walk through the historic heart of the village and find a cosy place for lunch.
This award winning 1.3 million-square meter course is one of the most beautiful in the Alps.
For those in search of a perfect day of skiing or a freerider’s paradise, take these gondolas up the Gemsstock.
A guide to village life
From the idyllic Gotthardstrasse to the gentle buzz of Piazza Gottardo, Andermatt is an Alpine village with real soul.
We’re committed to creating a sustainable future for Andermatt and the region beyond. Andermatt Responsible is our campaign for sustainable, climate-friendly tourism in the region. We incorporate the community in mountain cleanups and keep the consumption of resources as low as possible.
All of Andermatt’s properties, lifts and gondolas are 100% climate-neutral thanks to electricity from hydropower stations and wind turbines.
We try to expend as little carbon as possible thanks to district heating from the wood-chip-fired power plant
There is a no PET policy on the mountain. By introducing glass bottles, we’ve managed to limit our one-way plastic waste