Andermatt is a village in the Ursern Valley in the Swiss Alps. A cable car offers access to Gemsstock ski area and a chairlift links the village with Nätschen’s gentler slopes. To Andermatt’s north, the path leading to Devil’s Bridge, which spans the sheer gorge of Schöllenenschlucht, is one of many trails.
Alt 1437 – 2961m
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Andermatt has an impressive and diverse gastronomic scene ranging from traditional Swiss bars, superb fine dining restaurants and international mountain pubs to family restaurants and trendy bars.
The Après Ski Train in Andermatt in legendary, and well worth a visit.
Andermatt is home to several high level ski shops, cozy boutiques and traditional Swiss artisanal stores.
Andermatt can be easily reached from all directions by train, coach, or car. The closest airports are Zurich, Basel and Milan.
Andermatt has 12 lifts within its terrain that is suitable for all levels, and is particularly good for beginners and intermediates. The highest point is 2963m and the town is situated at 1436m.