Zermatt is a place where you have to spend more than a couple of days.
who says so?
Thanks Guys! I'm all set now.
Arrive 7:30am in Geneva, drive to Grand Montets and ski the afternoon. Make my way to Zermatt probably early the next morning, for two full days of skiing. And you never know crazy man me, maybe I'll ski one day at Zermatt and one day at Saas Fee. They appear to only an hour apart.
Thankfully, I'm not going to Tignes/ValThorens, cause Zermatt seems to be light years ahead as far as dramatic scenery and the town.
Anyway - short trips are always the best for me. I seriously love skiing but after 4 days of it i'm ready to get back and make some money and get some work done. I have made well over 25 3nt trips(cheap) to Snowbird/Utah from Pennsylvania. Many times twice per year. Some dopey friends have told me my (1/2, 1,1,1/2) 3 days of skiing trips are too short. Well, they have been left in the dust cause they can never seem to get off for the week they think they need, while I keep traveling and skiing. Now I'm thinking I might even be able to get a second trip to Geneva in this year.
I'm no big spender for a ski trip and this trip will cost me less than 1K, and it would be much less if I had a traveling companion to split car/hotel. Edited by SnowbirdDevotee - 10/17/09 at 4:41am