The very welcoming small mountain town of Andermatt is settled on an exceptional spot in Switzerland, where the Gemsstock (2963 mts) dominates the swiss Alps’ skyline offering spectacular slopes and off tracks for the daring.
Nätschen is specially suitable for families looking for sunlight and snow, while surrounded by stunning views.
Skiing areas in small towns Hospental and Winterhorn and skilifts for children in Realp are really accessible. The Andermatt resort is settled at the base of mountain Gemsstock. It’s the biggest town on Usern Valley and a landmark for winter sports.
The resorts reaches its highest point at nearly 3000 meters high, on top of the Gemsstock mountain. Both downhill and cross-country skiing are available. Andermatt is suitable for freeriders too.
It holds the honor of having Switzerland’s longest half-pipe, where freestylers can test their skills. The Gotthard-Oberalp region has 34 skilifts that give access to a total area of 166 km divided into Realp, Andermatt, Oberalp and Sedrun.