Win 2 tickets for the Mammut Mountain Days

The Mammut Mountain Days will take place in Zermatt from September 1st to 3rd. The program includes tours and workshops with professional athletes such as Katherine Choong, Jonas Schild, Stephan Siegrist and Andrea Kümin, as well as all-inclusive camping at the foot of the Matterhorn. We are giving away 2 tickets worth CHF 490 each.

Have you always wanted to take part in a climbing workshop with the 9a climber Katherine Choong or benefit from the immense experience of the professional alpinist Stephan Siegrist? Then you are at the Mammoth Mountain Days right in Zermatt. From September 1st to 3rd everything revolves around the passion for the mountains. We are giving away 2 tickets for this superlative mountain sports event.

Mammut Mountain Days: Discover, camp & connect

To the Mammoth Mountain Days in Zermatt you can share your passion for the mountains on tours and workshops and network with the outdoor community. The festival offers you the opportunity to exchange ideas at workshops with mountain guides and professional athletes such as Stephan Siegrist, Katherine Choong or Jonas Schild.

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Workshops on trail running and mountaineering, the best climbing areas and most beautiful hikes as well as the most exciting via ferrata in the Zermatt region await you over two days.

At the Basecamp in Täsch you can enjoy good company and local delicacies, live music and the latest mountain-themed films until you fall asleep under the starry sky. Relax in one of the tents provided or park your camper on site. 

Mammut Mountain Days Festival via ferrata
Something for every level: on a Breithorn high tour, hikes, trail runs, via ferrata tours or climbing sessions, you can aim high. Image: mammoth

These athletes and guides from Mammut are there

Raffle: 2 tickets for the Mountain Days

Fill out the form below and, with a little luck, win one of the two tickets worth CHF 490. The festival ticket includes:

  • Tours and workshops with Swiss mountain guides (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Lectures and workshops with athletes in the base camp
  • Camping at the base camp in Täsch on Friday and Saturday, including all on-site facilities. Tents are provided, camper pitches are also available.
  • Dinner on Friday / Breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday / Breakfast and lunch on Sunday
  • Transport in connection with all activities

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