Guided Tours

TOUR 3: Sils Maria and Zermatt

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Tour Description:

Take in the Matterhorn and village of Zermatt at its base, nestled in the Pennine Alps—all in the height of Switzerland’s sunniest season. You’ll go from valleys flush with spectacular wildflowers to cool glacier-coated mountain tops that boast awe-inspiring vistas.

The first village where we base, Sils Maria, is a perfect location to hike the Bernina Range.  The Upper Engadine Valley is at 6000 feet with towering peaks on both sides.  The hike to the Coaz Hut is one of the favorite hikes among our guests.  From the hut you have an amazing view of Piz Roseg and Piz Palü.  

Another highlight is we take the Glacier Express Train from San Moritz to Zermatt first class.

Tour Cost:

$4,950; single supplement: $290

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June 27-July 8 - 11 Nights

Base Villages: Sils Maria and Zermatt, Switzerland

  • June 27: meet guides in Zürich by 10 a.m. and travel by train to Sils Maria
  • June 28 and 29: day-hike mountains above Engadine Valley
  • June 30: free-day to explore on your own
  • July 1: day-hike mountains above Egadine Valley
  • July 2: travel by Glacier Express to Zermatt (1st class coach)
  • July 3 and 4: day-hike mountains above Zermatt
  • July 5: free-day to explore on your own
  • July 6 and 7: day-hike mountains above Zermatt
  • July 8: travel by train to Zürich arriving by 10:30 a.m.


– Sils Maria, Switzerland: Hotel Post
– Zermatt, Switzerland: Hotel Silvana

Highlights – Sils Maria: The Upper Engadine Valley where Sils Maria is located is protected by high mountain ranges on all sides and is famous for its sunny climate, beautiful landscapes and hiking and climbing. The Bernina Range (where we hike) is a mountain range in the Alps of eastern Switzerland and northern Italy. It is considered to be part of the Rhaetian Alps within the Central Eastern Alps. It is one of the highest ranges of the Alps, covered with many glaciers. Piz Bernina(4,049 m (13,284 ft)), its highest peak, is the most easterly four thousand-metre peak in the Alps. The peak in the range which sees the most ascents is Piz Palü.

Highlights – Zermatt: The Matterhorn and the Matter valley, surrounded by 30 peaks topping 4,000 m (13,000 ft.); the Mont Rosa massif and Dufourspitze, the highest point in Switzerland; Gornergrat, a cog railway that travels to 3,089 m (10,134 ft.) to an impressive overlook, and the Klein Matterhorn, the end point of Europe’s highest cable car at 3,820 m (12,533 ft.); famous Höhbalmen hike

Lead Guide: Shannon Harris

Call 478/714-0829 to book your vacation or for more details.