Zermatt Live Cameras

Findeln - A beautiful mountain hamlet in the ski area above Zermatt (2050m)

Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

The Matterhorn (4478m altitude) - the live view from Zermatt (1620m)

An unforgettable view from Zermatt to the Matterhorn. We hope there are not too many clouds for your visit.
Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

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Well worth a look is this large camera from - Gornergrat - altitude 3100m. Gornergrat' is a famous mountain above Zermatt with a world class panorama of 29 peaks over 4000m/13,000ft. It is easily reached by a spectacular mountain railway. This view is west towards the Matterhorn (4478m/ 14,692ft). Image courtesy Topin

Also occasionally worth a look is this extra camera from Klein Matterhorn. This camera also pans around throughout the day to reveal the beautiful panorama from 3885m altitude.
Courtesy Feratel Media

 

 

Zermatt - Rothorn - altitude 3100m

'Rothorn' is one of the three big lift-serviced peaks around Zermatt. It is situated amongst fine ski (and summer hiking) terrain. This view looks east to the nearby Oberrothorn (3415m) and the distant Rimpfischhorn (4199m). 
Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

Zermatt - Trockener Steg - altitude 2940m

'Trockener Steg' is situated on the edge of some of Zermatt's vast glaciers. Above this lift station the year round skiing area lies - which is chillingly cold mid-winter (Dec-Feb). This view pans around a spectacular 360 degree panorama, with a different view every five minutes. Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

Zermatt - the main street - altitude 1620m

This camera is positioned just on the other side of the church from the last, this time looking north towards the station, showing the village square in front of the church.  Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

Zermatt - Aroleid - altitude 2324m

Aroleid is situated midway between Furi and Schwarzsee. This view looks north back down the valley to Zermatt.
Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

Zermatt - Schwarzsee - 2583m

Schwarzsee is a lift station close to the Matterhorn. This view looks south to the Matterhorn.
Image courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

Map of mountain lifts and ski runs open today  Updated daily courtesy Zermatt Bergbahnen AG

  Mountain lifts open     Easy runs open     Intermediate runs open     Difficult runs open    Unprepared descent routes open

This map only represents what is operating today around Zermatt. For a detailed skimap of all the winter lifts and runs usually open in the area click here.

Plateau Rosa (or "Testa Grigia") - Swiss/Italian Frontier- altitude 3480m

This view looks east into Switzerland from the Italian frontier lift station of Plateau Rosa. This section of the glaciers is quite flat, but to the right drops a classic eleven kilometer run into Italy. Klein Matterhorn (3885m) is the peak to the left.

Cervinia, Italy - Laghi Cime Biance - altitude 2812m

This view looks from 'Laghi Cime Biance' directly up to the Swiss/Italian frontier at Plateau Rosa (3500m alt.) 'Laghi Cime Biance' is little more than a big cable car station. A fast cable car climbs steeply from here to the top 2500 feet above

 

Cervinia, Italy - Plan Maison - altitude 2545m

'Plan Maison' is the at the heart of Cervinia's ski area. Cervinia is linked by ski lifts to Zermatt, and makes a superb day's ski safari from late November to the start of May. This view looks north-east towards the Swiss/Italian border (Theodulpass).

Cervinia, Italy - altitude 2050m

This view looks over the village of Cervinia to the south face of the Matterhorn (4478m). These lowest runs into Cervinia visible here get all the sun, so they can get worn and icy.

Cervinia, Italy - Highway 7 - altitude 2060m

This view looks at the bottom of the famous Highway 7 run into Cervinia. This run is consistently open from Late November until the start of May. The snow always seems to be good over the whole 10km/7ml.

  

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