Täsch – small, quiet ski resort at the gates of Zermatt-Cervinia Täsch

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A free cancellation due to the COVID19 pandemic is possible for accommodations with this sign if one or more of the following points apply:

  • Closure of the booked accommodation.
  • Closure of the booked ski resort.
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  • Confinement or travel prohibition in Switzerland.

These measures must be valid on the day of arrival and must not yet exist at the time of booking. In case of regulatory measures taken during your stay leading to an early return to your place of residence, you will be reimbursed for any unused nights and unused ski pass days.

Skiers who would like to spend their holidays in a quiet and friendly ski resort, are in the small ski resort Täsch just at the right place. The village with 1,200 inhabitants forms the transit point for all winter sports fans, mountaineers and hikers, who are traveling to the international ski resort Zermatt 6 km away. Driving in Zermatt is prohibited to keep the air around the ski resort clean. Every year Zermatt receives thousands of visitors who want to radiate at the Matterhorn and the surrounding four-thousand-meter peaks. Everyone has to park their car in the 2100-seat car park and continue on the way to Zermatt by train. But Täsch is not just a huge car park at the gates of Zermatt. This small ski resort has its own charm.

Ski resort Täsch Detailed information:

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Restaurant
  • Ice rink
  • Bar
  • Sport shop
  • Toboggan run
  • Supermarket
  • Bank
  • Cashpoint
  • Wellness

Further information

Located at an altitude of 1449m, the small ski area has 15 kilometers of cross-country routes that lead to the neighboring Randa. Both classic cross-country skiing and skating are on this route. The ski area is divided into two difficulty levels: easy (route A) and difficult (route B). Located in the Täschtal valley, the route A suitable for beginners runs in a flat area. Route B joins it and leads over hilly land near Randa. Since this route demands higher technical skills, it is suitable for advanced cross-country skiers. Täsch is also the starting point for many mountain hikes.