In the winter…
A storybook paradise for winter sports – in Uri Canton, centrally located in Switzerland. Andermatt in the Urserntal, a valley so loved and praised by Goethe, is captivating with 125 km (nearly 80 miles) of cross-country trails and ski slopes. The Bernhard Russi Slope, named after the gold medalist in the Winter Olympics in Sapporo, is a popular ski slope on the glacier.
Whether beginner or a seasoned veteran, in Andermatt there’s a slope that’s right for every degree of difficulty. Gemsstock itself offers 26.5 km (around 16.5 miles) of black, 23.5 km (around 15 miles) of red and 6.3 km (nearly 4 miles) of blue slopes.
Summer and winter alike, from the peak of Gemsstock Mountain, towering nearly 3000 meters (almost 9,850 feet) you will enjoy a fascinating view of an additional 600 peaks.