A truly snow sure resort like Zermatt is fantastic for Easter ski holidays because even though it’s late in the season, you’ll still find amazing terrain.
The large ski area includes 21km of snow sure runs on the Theodul glacier, terrific altitudes of up to 3,899m and plenty of north facing runs with some of the best late-season snow in the Alps. Europe’s highest mountain station can also be found here, which means some brilliant late-season skiing.
Tom Sherrin - Latitude 46 snowboard school
At 300m the gravity park’s ideally suited for spring skiing. We’re open to the end or middle of June depending on the weather. We should have all the features still up and running and they’re only going to get better until then.
Paul Hammett - Summit ski school
If you want a traditional Swiss speciality (or some lamb!) there’s a bunch of places you can go. If you want a relaxed burger where there’s some friendly staff, [and it’s] cheap, then i’d suggest going to The Bubble.
George Sherrin - Zermatt Gravity Park
After a long day shaping in the park, I like to head to the Hennu stall for après ski followed by a little bit of drinking in the Cable Car where they’ve got plenty of activities like snooker and darts and some bowling and lots of nice local people you can come and meet.
Dominik Buerher - Skischule Zermatt
Snow conditions are really good, there’s a lot of sun as well and everyone is having good feeling as well... it’s spring you know!
Easter festivities are great here too, especially for children. There are usually Easter surprises and activities arranged by the tourist office which make for a fun Easter ski holiday for the whole family. You can keep the budget down with self-catering but we recommend a terrific hotel or catered chalet for skiing Zermatt at Easter. A truly special place.
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