The SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun consists of three ski resorts. The Andermatt side offers the Gemsstock and Andermatt-Gütsch-Schneehünerstock resorts, on the Sedrun side of the range visitors enjoy the Milez-Oberalp resort. All three ski areas are linked by the Matterhorn Gotthard trainline. The broad slopes are perfect for young skiers, but the area also attracts older skiers and adventure seekers with Fun Park, Halfpipe and Crosspark – so plenty to offer all around.
Facts & figures
|Meters above sea level||1'444 m to 2'961 m|
|Number of cables cars||25|
|Number of pistes||32|
|Total ski slopes in km||120 km|
|Easy / intermediate / advanced||23 % / 47 % / 30 %|
|Cost of day pass (adult)||From CHF 37|
|Ski- & Snowboarding schools|
Alp Tgom cable car
At 1'913 metres above sea level, Alp Tgom offers stunning views and is an excellent starting point for your ski tour (e.g. up to the Piz Maler). In winter you can ride up to the Alp on request (contact Sedrun Disentis Tourism) in the nostalgic cable car, which dates back to 1'957.
A ride on the Tgom cable car is a nostalgic experience. The cable car was built in 1957 and is described in the Swiss inventory of cable ways as «an outstanding example of Swiss cable car technology». The cable car takes you up to a viewpoint offering a fantastic panorama. In summer, the Tgom cable car is operated by Sedrun Mountain Railways and runs every day, but only in fine weather. Summer service is from 6 July to 20 October.
From the station in Sedrun it takes only 10 minutes to reach the cable car station near the Vorderrhein hydroelectric power plant. The valley station of the Tgom cable car is south of the village centre, near the power plant. It can also be reached on the village bus