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Andermatt Swiss Alps

Celebrating the start of the ski season

Following our recent announcement about this year’s winter season opening of Gemsstock’s slopes, we are now delighted to share the news that the first slopes in Nätschen-Gütsch and Sedrun are also now open.

This weekend saw the start of a very special ski season for the area, as the Sedrun cable cars celebrated their 50th anniversary the region also began to welcome in an exciting new era. After the completion of the takeover by the Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG, the Ski areas of Andermatt and Sedrun will both be modernised and connected, as part of a pioneering ski expansion that will increase the area’s skiable terrain to 130km.

As a symbolic start to this project Robert Fellermeier, the Managing Director of Andermatt Swiss Alps and a member of the Board of both railway companies started the lifts at Nätschen, with the CEO of Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG and the Chairman of both railway companies also switching on the lifts in nearby Sedrun.

Bo Halvardsson, CEO Andermatt-Sedrun Sport AG Robert Fellermeier, the Managing Director of Andermatt Swiss Alps
Then and now: Time to celebrate

On the 15th of December, there will be a ski festival celebrating the region’s history and future with the theme “past meets present” taking place in both Andermatt and Sedrun. From musical performances taking place on the slopes, to competitions with fantastic prizes including the chance to win ski passes and a ski weekend, there is plenty for all the family to get involved in. Guests can also take advantage of the greatly reduced rates for day cards, at prices almost reflecting the way they were 50 years ago. (25 francs for adults and 12.50 francs for children 6-12 years).

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Robert Fellermeier, Managing Director Andermatt Swiss Alp The team prepare to turn on the lifts in Sedrun

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