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Strange - bikes are allowed on trains here, so why the No Bikes signs at Täsch station?

Cycle racks at Täsch station

Streamside road and path east from Täsch

Route signs by the Täsch bridge and campsite

No Motor Vehicles (except farm traffic) and route signs by the Täsch bridge and campsite

MTB route signs

No Motor Vehicles (except farm traffic) towards Täsch and Zermatt

Route signs and cyclists waiting at level crossing north of Täsch

MTB route signs

Bridge from the Matterhorn Golf Club to the main road

Sign for hikers, bikers and the golf driving range

Cycle route from the Matterhorn Golf Club towards Zermatt

Bridge from the Matterhorn Golf Club to the main road

Start of cycle route through the Matterhorn Golf Club

MTBs only on this short stretch of the path from Zermatt to Randa

The path to Zermatt crosses one bridge and comes straight back on the next.

Path from Randa towards Zermatt

Footpath south from Randa towards Zermatt

Riverside route north from Zermatt

No Motor Vehicles on this bridge

Unusual - a No Pedestrians on this road severed by the railway to Zermatt

Not signposted for cyclists, but this road next to the main road from Zermatt is a good alternative.

Pedestrian crossing of the main road to Zermatt

Residents and farm traffic only - no mention of cycles

Steps and cargo monorail to the houses on the hill

MTB route sign from Randa towards Zermatt

MTB route signs at Randa station

MTB track from Zermatt to Täsch

MTB track to Zermatt (approximate location)

Advice for mountain bikers in German and English on a Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Advice for mountain bikers in German and English on a Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Excellent access for wheelie cases, wheelchairs and bikes to this Zermatt-Täsch shuttle train

Cycle/ski space on a Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

Cycle space on a Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

A huge step up to the cycle space in this Matterhorn-Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt

Cut-through (and parked bikes in the distance), Zermatt

Cut-through to the Co-op, Zermatt

No cycling through the Zermatt Sport Arena - although there is parking ahead

Virtually unused road past the recycling centre, Zermatt

Bike shop, Zermatt

Modern cycle stands at the Zermatt Sport Arena (and more to the right)

Parked bikes and cycle rental near Zermatt station

Ramped underpass to reach a couple of houses - Swiss infrastructure provision!

This path does not exist. Maybe I'll add a picture later.

Informative mountain biking map of the Zermatt area

Residents and cyclists only - and a view of the Matterhorn.

Route alongside the Gornergratbahn, Zermatt

Clear line of desire for a route alongside the Gornergratbahn, Zermatt

Start of MTB route from St Niklaus station

Cyclist negotiating the safety barriers as the Gornergratbahn train heads up the mountain out of Zermatt.

Lots of bikes at this bar, Zermatt

E-MTBs are all over Zermatt now (and they move fast) - this one with a trailer.

Convertible space in this new Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn train at Zermatt - no particular provision for bikes though.

Residents and cyclists only - a useful riverside route through Zermatt

Start of cycle route (shared-use, not segregated, despite the sign) by the road to Zermatt from the north.

Bikes and trikes at a Zermatt supermarket

Riverside route north to central Zermatt - traffic-free except for hotel electric trolleys.

Bikes parked at foot of steps on the riverside route to central Zermatt

What a shame that the bridge to the traffic-free riverside route to central Zermatt has steps!

Riverside route into Zermatt from the south.

Start of cycleable route down to Zermatt

Cyclist arriving from a Gornergratbahn train

Lots of bikes at the Gornergratbahn station in Zermatt - probably owned by people commuting to work in mountain restaurants etc.

Lots of bikes at the Gornergratbahn station in Zermatt - probably owned by people commuting to work in mountain restaurants etc.

Level crossing over the Gornergratbahn - with a rack rail that bikes etc. have to be lifted over.

Level crossing over the Gornergratbahn - with rack rails that bikes etc. have to be lifted over.

Level crossing over the Gornergratbahn - with a rack rail that bikes etc. have to be lifted over.

No traffic except for residents - an ideal cycle route toward the Matterhorn.

Largely traffic-free route on this side of the river in Zermatt

Mountain bikers at the upper terminal of the Gornergratbahn.

Cycle parking on a bridge at the lower (Zermatt) terminal of the Sunnegga Express underground funicular

Space for mountain bikes in the end section of the Sunnegga Express underground funicular.

Hiking and mountain-biking trail towards the Matterhorn

Mountain biking signs above Zermatt (also yelow and blue hiking signs)

Mountain bikers facing the Matterhorn

Clearly signed for two-way cycling at the other end.

One-way street in Zermatt with two-way cycling

One-way street in Zermatt with two-way cycling

Mountain bike trails below the Matterhorn

Mountain bike routes below the Matterhorn

No Entry except for bikes and deliveries to residents

Mountain bike route sign, Zermatt

Riverside road and path towards the Matterhorn

Mountain bike signage, Zermatt

Bike rental, Zermatt

Road bridge, footbridge and electric bus, Zermatt

Footbridge and riverside path towards the Matterhorn

Bike rental near Zermatt station

Cycle stands and overflow by Zermatt church

Informal cycle parking area, Zermatt

No Cycling down the steps from the Zermatt youth hostel - hardly worth spelling out?

Cycle parking in Zermatt - nothing but mountain bikes, and for once it makes sense.

Covered cycle parking in Zermatt - vital in winter.

Riverside cycleway and bridge, Zermatt

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