Zermatt SNOW PARK
High, higher, Zermatt Snow Park! The fun park on the Theodul Glacier is one of the highest and most popular in the Alps. Together with the Summer Snow Park in Zermatt, it offers snowboarders and freeride skiers an arena to show off their skills on more than 300 days of the year – there’s nowhere like it. No wonder the Swiss glacier park is one Europe’s freestyle hotspots.
P.S.: You can often spot top professional freeskiers and snowboarders on the Theodul Glacier.
The Zermatt Snow Park is an outstanding platform for snowboarders and skiers. The park is always in top condition and offers the right mix of obstacles.Yannic Lerjen ex professional freeskier in the national team of Swiss Ski
Summer Snow park Zermatt
In summer the freestyle action is at an even higher level. And it all happens at around 3'480 metres on Plateau Rosa. Between July and mid-October you can shred for all you’re worth in the Summer Snow Park. With a view of the Matterhorn free of charge.
Riders are challenged over a 300-metre course by creative set-ups that are rebuilt every week. Altogether there are 15 rails and 10 jumps (2 small, 5 medium and 3 large). Everyone from beginner to pro will find a favourite line that is just right for them.
Snow park Highlights in Summer
- Beginner Slopestyle
- Medium Slopestyle
- Triple Station
- Rail Garden
- Trani-Land: Transition Park mit Mini Pipe Feature
- Mini Shred
WINTER ACTION IN THE GLACIER PARK
In winter the Zermatt Snow Park can be found on the lower part of the Theodul Glacier, close by the Furgsattel Gletscherbahn at a bracing altitude of 3'250 metres. You get there from Zermatt by taking the new Matterhorn glacier ride (3S cableway), the Matterhorn glacier paradise cable car or the Furggsattel chairlift. Zermatt’s Winter Fun Park is open from October to mid-May.
Facts and figures: Over a length of 1'200 metres, the six creative lines for all skill levels will get the heart of every freestyler beating faster. The long lines, cool obstacles, smooth transitions, plus the extraordinary view, brilliant sunshine and – thanks to the glacier – perfect natural snow conditions make every sesh pure pleasure.
Young and old winter sports enthusiasts can look forward to an action-packed and fun downhill run. In the Snowpark Zermatt there is a Funslope, which has a lot to offer for beginners and advanced skiers. Tunnels, hills, small jumps, rapid steep face curves and all kinds of obstacles can be skied on the creative route. So tighten your ski boots and off you go.
Snow park Highlights in winter
- Funslope for beginner and advanced skiers or snowboarders
- Slopestyle with 3 rails and 3 jumps (levels: intermediate–professional)
- Beginner line with 12 jumps and 12 boxes (level: easy)
- Boardercross piste (all levels)
- Rail garden with 8 rails (levels: intermediate–professional)
Zermatt snow park events
A cool fun park wouldn’t be complete without a programme of cool events. But don’t worry, there’s action-packed entertainment all year round. The fixed points in the calendar are the Spring Sesh in May, the Snow Park Opening in summer and the Zermatt glacier days.
And it’s never boring at other times thanks to Girls’ Weekends, After Hour Sessions and Movie Nights and more. On top of that, there are all the private shred parties celebrated by friends and other passionate
Would you like to ride in the Snow Park all year? Then you know where to go: Zermatt Snow Park, the fun park in the Swiss Alps which offers unlimited freeride fun 300 days a year!