The Swiss government maintained its decision that all ski lifts and mountain railways are classified as public transport, so the Zermatt lifts will be open during the the coming season. Just as in buses and trams, passengers will be required to wear a mask, there will be social distancing in the lines, hand sanitizers, and regular disinfection of all surfaces. Additionally, in enclosed cabins and train carriages the number of passengers will be limited to 2/3 of total capacity.
For the time being the Cervinia sector in Italy is closed, probably until early January. However, with more than 200km of runs across three mountain sectors, the Zermatt ski area is still one of the five best in the world.
Furthermore, the Zermatt lift company is offering flexible re-booking for Covid related cancellations, as are we.
Swiss Travel & Quarantine Information
Switzerland has a responsive approach to travel restrictions. You only need to quarantine if coming from a country whose Covid incidence rate per 100,000 is 60 or more above the Swiss rate. Currently travelers from almost all Schengen countries, and the UK and Ireland, can enter Switzerland freely without needing to self-isolate. The exceptions are:
Andorra, Poland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Slovenia, Portugal and certain areas of Italy and Austria. For full and updated information please check this Swiss government website.
We are implementing all official health and safety recommendations relating to Covid-19 and have been granted the Clean & Safe label. For details please see our Covid measures page.