a village in S Switzerland, near the Matterhorn: resort. 5,315 feet (1,620 meters) above sea level.
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How to use Zermatt in a sentence
From Aspen to Zermatt, get conditions for ski resorts around the globe in Gaia GPS.Get Snow Reports from Ski Areas Worldwide with Gaia GPS | cobrien | February 12, 2022 | Outside Online
A prestigious ski derby hosted by Zermatt in mid-March was set to bring several thousand additional guests to the village.How a Swiss Ski Resort Was Ravaged by Typhoid and Survived | Daniel Malloy | September 9, 2020 | Ozy
Only in Zermatt, the critical year was not 2020, but 1963, and their enemy was typhoid fever.How a Swiss Ski Resort Was Ravaged by Typhoid and Survived | Daniel Malloy | September 9, 2020 | Ozy
He even went on a ski trip to Zermatt, Switzerland, that Madoff had arranged.Was Madoff 'Victim' and Best Friend an Accomplice? | Lucinda Franks | April 23, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
Bringing the tragedy in their hearts the other three safely reached Zermatt.The Spell of Switzerland | Nathan Haskell Dole
She went up from the Zermatt side, returning the same way, July 22, 1871.The Spell of Switzerland | Nathan Haskell Dole
The two sufferers finally arrived at the Schwarzsee Hotel, whence they were carried down the same evening to Zermatt.
Thus we had a most reasonable expectation of reaching the Stockje that evening, and Zermatt early the next morning.
The party had already effected the ascent of the mountain, and were descending towards Zermatt.
British Dictionary definitions for Zermatt
a village and resort in S Switzerland, in Valais canton at the foot of the Matterhorn: cars are not allowed in the area. Pop: 5988 (2000)
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