The 2nd PSD Snow Day will take place on
Friday, 22nd February 2019 (draft of the day program)
alternative date: Friday, 1st March 2019 (depending on the weather condition on 22nd February)
The SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun not only comprises two ski areas, but also two languages, two cultures and two cantons. The SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun is the largest ski area in Central Switzerland and is one of the most attractive in Switzerland thanks to the wide range of offers, the snow guarantee and the numerous sun terraces.
Excellently groomed slopes, snow-covered slopes for freeriders, well-maintained winter hiking trails and sunny snowshoe trails, children's paradises, a fun park, a varied gastronomic scene, a wellness oasis, lots of local culture and cheerful people. Come and visit us and see for yourself!
The northern slopes of the Gemsstock are predestined for powder snow descents, while the sun-exposed slopes in the Andermatt-Oberalp-Sedrun area ensure relaxing and family-friendly excursions to restaurants, the children's paradise, wide pistes and toboggan runs. The ski area in the heart of the Swiss Alps offers a wide range of pistes for beginners and top skiers alike, sunny slopes and a wide variety of activities.
Tickets for skiers, snowboarders and tobogganists include all facilities in the SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun and the Matterhorn Gotthard Railway between Disentis and Fiesch. For snow hikers different options apply (see below). Group rate as per 10 persons.
Skiers and Snowboarders
- CHF 59.00 per person (adults 18 years of age and over)
- CHF 39.00 per person (youth 13 - 17 years of age)
- CHF 21.00 per person (chidren 7 - 12 years of age)
- CHF 30.00 per person (adults 18 years of age and over)
- CHF 20.00 per person (youth 13 - 17 years of age)
- CHF 10.00 per person (chidren 7 - 12 years of age)
Snow hikers (Gemstock)
- CHF 45.00 per person (return ticket)
- CHF 30.00 per person (single trip)
Snow hikers (Andermatt-Nätschen-Gütsch)
- CHF 32.00 per person (return ticket)
Payment in cash or with Reka cheques till Friday, 20th February evening 2019 the latest
► east to Monika Mühlebach, OVGA/415
► west to Charlotte Heer, WSLA/113
After enjoying the snow either by skiing, snowboarding or walking, we will complete the day at the restaurant ...... You are cordially invited for dinner meaning PSD takes over the food whereas the drinks are at your own expense.
How to get there? Either by train or car...
Andermatt can easily be reached by a 2 hour ride by train from Zurich. However, you need to change trains.
May I also draw your attention to the Skiexpress? This coach leaves from Zurich on Friday, 22.2. at 8 am from the parking opposite Zurich Main Station and cost CHF 69.00 (ride and ski daypass included). Bear in mind, with this option you won't be able to join the dinner.
From Zurich or Lugano the journey via the Highway takes less than 90 minutes to Göschenen. From there, Andermatt can be reached within 10 minutes via the Schöllenen gorge.
Parking is available in the 24-hour multi-storey car park Andermatt Reuss or at the Gemsstock valley station, at the train station or for cross-country skiers at The Nordic House.
All parking spaces are subject to a charge.
The PSD Snow Day is a social activity day. Participation is optional - PSI limits one day as «paid leave» per person and calendar year. The list of participants will be forwarded to PSI Human Resources.
Please do not forget to register your absence in Interflex:
Last but not least...
To help us organise the event, please kindly register by filling in the registration form by Friday, 15 February 2019 the latest (registration via the event page is MANDATORY!).
We are looking forward to spending a magnificent day with you!
Gabriel Aeppli, Luc Patthey and Elizabeth Härdi-Bianchi