Ski Andermatt by Train

125 km of piste between 1444-2963m

Andermatt is a pretty village with a good snow record and impressive skiing and boarding on the Gemsstock, including some fabulous off-piste runs. Near the station are the sunny slopes of the Natschen which hosts a range of winter activities and provide good facilities for learners and intermediates. The area is subject of a huge redevelopment and what was once a somewhat overlooked resort, is likely to have its pisted area and amenities extended significantly to make it one of the largest winter sports destinations in Switzerland.

Ski Andermatt by train

Best of the Slopes at Andermatt

The Gemsstock is the archetypal off-piste summit. There are so many routes down, most of which are relatively safe, and the mountain gets some fabulous dumps. It has good long runs for intermediate skiers too. The slopes at Nätschen are good for all standards of skier and boarder.

Where to Eat and Party in Andermatt

The Piccadilly or bar at the River House are probably the best places to meet up after a hard day on the slopes.

Getting to Andermatt by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Andermatt. Station is adjacent to the chairlift for Natschen, or it is a 10 minutes walk / courtesy bus for Gemsstock. Train to Sedrun. The train from Göschenen to Andermatt is included in the offer.

Piste Map for Andermatt

Ski and Snowboard using the Andermatt trail map

Larger trail map for Andermatt

Map of Andermatt



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Accommodation for Andermatt and the Surrounding Area

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Did you ski Andermatt or snowboard in Andermatt? What did you think? Have you taken the train to Andermatt? Do you have any tips on accommodation in Andermatt or the apres ski? Is there anywhere else you have taken the train to ski? if so, please contact us and share you experiences using the contact link at the foot of the page. For more details on Swiss resorts visit our sister site at Swiss Winter Sports.