Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Dufourspitze (4,634m) is one of Zermatt
Dufourspitze (4,634m) is one of Zermatt's many nearby peaks & glaciers
Alpine ridge near Rote Nase looking to Breithorn (left) & Matterhorn (right)
Alpine ridge near Rote Nase looking to Breithorn (left) & Matterhorn (right)
Glacier terrain near Kleine Matterhorn
Glacier terrain near Kleine Matterhorn
Zermatt
Zermatt's glaciers are best skied off-piste with a guide
Rote Nase cable car provides easy access to freeride terrain
Rote Nase cable car provides easy access to freeride terrain
Fluhalp sits above the Findel Glacier at Zermatt
Fluhalp sits above the Findel Glacier at Zermatt
Rothorn cable car at Zermatt rises to 3,103m & excellent off-piste terrain
Rothorn cable car at Zermatt rises to 3,103m & excellent off-piste terrain
Rothorn at Zermatt
Rothorn at Zermatt
North-aspect terrain below the 3,286m Hohtalli at Zermatt
North-aspect terrain below the 3,286m Hohtalli at Zermatt
Matterhorn looms over terrain between Schwarzsee & Trockener Steg
Matterhorn looms over terrain between Schwarzsee & Trockener Steg
The Findel Glacier at Zermatt
The Findel Glacier at Zermatt
North-aspect terrain above the Gruensee restaurant
North-aspect terrain above the Gruensee restaurant
Stockhorn (3,532m) viewed from Rote Nase (3,247m)
Stockhorn (3,532m) viewed from Rote Nase (3,247m)
Fresh powder turns on Zermatt
Fresh powder turns on Zermatt's Theodul Glacier
Off-piste glacier skiing at Zermatt does have crevasse dangers
Off-piste glacier skiing at Zermatt does have crevasse dangers
Gornergrat, Hohtalli, Rote Nase & Stockhorn viewed from Trockener Steg at Zermatt
Gornergrat, Hohtalli, Rote Nase & Stockhorn viewed from Trockener Steg at Zermatt
The Hohtalli cable car rises 1,000m vertical & provides wonderful off-piste access
The Hohtalli cable car rises 1,000m vertical & provides wonderful off-piste access
Zermatt has vast high-alpine & glacier terrain below the Monte Rosa massif
Zermatt has vast high-alpine & glacier terrain below the Monte Rosa massif
Zermatt off-piste slope on the side of Rothorn
Zermatt off-piste slope on the side of Rothorn
Glacier terrain near Breithorn above Zermatt
Glacier terrain near Breithorn above Zermatt

Ski Lessons & Guiding

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Zermatt Ski Lessons & Guiding

Anyone skiing & snowboarding Zermatt for the first time may struggle to comprehend the full diversity of the off-piste ski terrain potential as much of it is not immediately obvious. Whilst a guide may not be necessary for experienced visitors to the ski resort, anyone wanting to quickly get to know the area will benefit from some time with a quality ski instructor and/or mountain guide.

The backcountry zones around Zermatt, particularly on the glaciers of the Monte Rosa massif, are best explored with an experienced guide to maximise the enjoyment of the area. A guide or instructor will provide safety plus perhaps improve your backcountry & off-piste skiing skills as well.

A diverse array of ski instructors, ski schools & mountain guides ply their trade in the Zermatt ski resort & adjacent skiing areas like Cervinia, Monterosa Ski & Saas Fee. To narrow down the field, use our partners from a listing below.

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