Wolli's Park in Zermatt
Whatever the season: Wolli’s Park is a guaranteed place in the sun! The sun-kissed adventure park on Sunnegga is a magnet for families. There are many reasons why.
For one thing, it is entertaining for children of all ages, whether skiing in winter or playing in summer. For another, it’s where parents can relax and enjoy the sunny peak. The pure mountain air, the idyllic Leisee and the fabulous mountain panorama all add to the experience.
Restaurant Sunnegga at the mountain station serves delicious meals. The funicular trip up to 2'288 metres from the Sunnegga-Rothorn valley station in Zermatt is really straightforward. And then there are the many adventures and offerings that make a visit to the Wolli Park so inviting ...
“Families welcome” is the motto on the quality seal the Swiss Tourism Board awarded to the Zermatt-Matterhorn resort. Proof that the needs of both parents and children are a top priority – for Zermatt Bergbahnen too.
Wolli Card: the VIP card for children
All children under nine years of age receive the Wolli Card when they visit the Zermatt-Matterhorn region. It gives them free travel on all lifts and free accommodation in numerous hotels and holiday apartments. They are also exempt from visitor's tax and get invitations to all Wolli events. And all sorts of advantages on top of that. It is valid for a whole year from the beginning of November to the end of October.Details
The Junior and Children's Companion ticket (valid for single journeys)
Children and young people up to the age of 16 years accompanied by an adult travelling in Zermatt’s mountain world can use all Zermatt Bergbahnen’s transport facilities free of charge (except for ski passes). All thanks to the Junior and Children’s Companion ticket!
It’s a good thing that Wolli’s Park on Sunnegga is open all year round. It means you don’t need to wait to see Wolli when you visit Zermatt with your family. Book your trip to the Matterhorn now!
Wolli's Park Sunnegga
Wolli's Beginners Park in winter
Child-friendly pistes are the name of the game when it comes to family skiing days. Wolli’s Beginners Park is excellent for training children of all ages. The park is tops because it is sheltered from the wind in a sunny position, but also thanks to its unique training facilities: Five magic carpets (snow conveyors) and a range of play equipment are ideal for a child to learn the joy of skiing. The park is easy to reach on the self-service Leisee Shuttle departing from Sunnegga.
Learn to ski with the Beginners ski pass
The Zermatt Bergbahnen Beginners ski pass is the perfect ticket if you want to learn how to ski in the Zermatt ski area. In addition to the Wolli Beginners Park, this pass also offers you access to the entire Beginner‘s area Sunnegga - Blauherd with its blue runs.
The following lifts/trains are included in the Beginners ski pass:
- Sunnegga funicular
- Sunnegga-Blauherd combi cableway
- Leisee Shuttle
- Eisfluh chairlift
- Findeln chairlift
- Wolli’s Beginners Park
Attention all teens! Young skiers up to the age of 16 benefit from a 50 percent reduction on their lift ticket and travel free on Saturdays.
Wolli's Fun Park in summer
The short trip from the mountain station to Wolli’s Fun Park with the self-service Leisee Shuttle is already an experience in itself. Not to mention all the fun awaiting families when they get there. Most important: the play equipment. The park wouldn’t be complete without classics such as slides, climbing frames and swings amongst other equipment.
A particular hit is the wooden raft to haul yourself over to Leisee on a cable. The lake also has a bathing beach. If you feel hungry, you can make a bite to eat at one of the barbecue sites or have a picnic in the shade of the pavilion. The well-equipped fireplaces with seating are also an invitation to barbecue in the open air.
... And then of course there’s Wolli, the fluffy mascot whose home is Sunnegga.
Themed hiking trails on Sunnegga
It’s great to combine a visit to Zermatt’s Wolli’s Park with a gentle ramble on one of the themed hiking trails. There are two family-friendly trails leading from Sunnegga to Blauherd. You get to see cute marmots, shy chamois and rare alpine plants.