COVID info for skiing in Zermatt

Keeping up to date with all that is going on in terms of COVID restrictions is hard sometimes so for the winter season we will keep this page updated with all the key points to help make your holiday as smooth as possible.

Key points

  • The rules were updated at the start of December. Currently all travellers to Switzerland have to present a negative test and have a test 4-7 days after entry
    Swiss Govt Travel Website
  • You need a COVID certificate in order to eat in restaurants or go to a bar.
  • You need a COVID certificate to ski in Italy.
Covid mask for skiing


In order to eat in restaurants in Switzerland you need a COVID certificate to show you are fully vaccinated (with an approved vaccine) or you have had COVID before.

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Entering switzerland

The Swiss Governments ‘travel check website’ is much the same as above but specifically for Switzerland being the official government site it is hopefully as up to date and accurate as you can get.

Once you have the green light to travel then you need to fill in this form to enter Switzerland.

Booking lessons with summit

Book online:

  • Book & pay for all of your lessons online so you do not need to come into our office

If you come to our office we have the following measures in place:

  • Maximum 2 people in the office at once
  • Perspex protection on desk
  • Hand sanitiser available
  • Masks compulsory

Cancellation policy:

  • Cancel up to 1 week in advance with full refund
  • If lifts are closed due to COVID, we will not charge you for any cancelled lessons
  • See full¬†terms & conditions

We are following the safety protocols of the ”Clean & Safe” campaign, supported by Switzerland Tourism.

The lift company and tourist office keep their websites up to date with current regulations in place. Check these for more information:

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