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Prices explained

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The cheapest price is the lowest fare we've ever found for this journey. These prices can usually be found by searching when booking opens but they vary due to availability, which depends on factors like the day of the week or time of year.

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  1. Cheapest price £131.00
  2. 30 day advance £137.00
  • First train
    07:52
  • Last train
    09:52
  • Avg changes
    0
  • Fastest journey
    7hr 47m

Take the famous Glacier Express through the Swiss Alps from Zermatt to St Moritz

  1. The Glacier Express train from Zermatt to St Moritz is one of the world’s great rail adventures. This 290-kilometre rail journey through the Alps takes in a feast of mountain landscapes as it traverses the Swiss cantons of Valais, Uri and Graubünden. If you feel that the eight-hour journey is too much for one day, you could travel from Zermatt to Andermatt on the first day, which takes three hours, continuing next day to St Moritz. This second part of the journey takes five hours.

    The Glacier Express runs all year, bar for a seven-week break in the autumn (normally from late October until mid-December). There is usually one departure each day, rising to three per day in the peak summer season.

    Alternatively, there are hourly regular trains plying the route year-round, and these trains are often much less crowded than the Glacier Express. The regular trains take 15 minutes longer than the Glacier Express and require a number of easy changes of train along the route.

    Tickets normally go on sale two months prior to travel. The tickets we sell for the Zermatt to St Moritz route can be used on all regular train services and are not tied to a particular train. Using the Glacier Express requires a supplement. We issue paper tickets for this route, so don’t book at the last minute as we’ll need to post tickets to you.

    Zermatt to St Moritz

    Zermatt to St Moritz

    From Zermatt the Glacier Express route descends steeply down into the Rhône Valley at Visp. Running east from Visp the line climbs almost continuously up through Andermatt to over 2,000 metres above sea level. From the summit at Oberalp Pass, the line drops even more steeply down into the headwaters of the River Rhône to the lowest point on the line at Chur (585 metres).

    The final two hours from Chur to St Moritz traverse the famous Albula Railway, climbing ever higher through steep spirals and then plunging into a tunnel to reach the Inn Valley and St Moritz.

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Sometimes children below a certain age can travel without a seat for free. If you want to guarantee a seat for child passengers, enter '6' as the age of the child.

Read more about child and youth passenger ages. See also youth discounts and railcards.

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