Giraffe, Andermatt, Switzerland

Giraffe, Andermatt, Switzerland. Due to its location on the main Alpine ridge, Andermatt is considered snow-sure. The almost 3000 meter high Gemsstock is the starting point for numerous detours into the open country. One of the classics is the “giraffe”, as the run is called because of its curved course. Photo (playing card) by Lars Tanninen/Basecamp Andermatt.

Winter in Andermatt. Photo: © by Valentin Luthiger for Andermatt-Urserntal Tourismus GmbH

Andermatt, located  in the canton of Uri, is known for its stunning mountain scenery and challenging ski slopes. The resort offers a range of skiing options for all levels, from beginner to expert. It has a total of 120 kilometers of ski slopes.

In addition to skiing, Andermatt also offers other winter activities such as snowboarding, ice skating, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. The resort has a variety of restaurants, bars, and shops for visitors to enjoy après-ski activities.

Andermatt is easily accessible by car or train from major cities in Switzerland. The resort has a range of accommodation options, including luxury hotels, chalets, and apartments, making it a popular destination for both Swiss and international visitors.

More information on the official website of Andermatt.

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