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Zermatt’s mobile pump track is the perfect opportunity for children and even experienced bikers to pursue the sport of mountain biking in the village. A mobile pump track will be available on Obere Matte in Zermatt from the end of June and throughout the summer season.

All the pump track’s users are asked to comply with the following rules:

Do not overestimate yourself! The use of the system is at your own risk. The operator shall not assume any liability.
Respect the other riders and always maintain enough distance.
Wearing a helmet on the entire facility is mandatory. Suitable protective gear is recommended.
The use of the pump track is only allowed with non-motorised equipment (bikes, scooters, skateboards and inline skates).
Keep the pump track facility and surrounding area clean by disposing of your waste. Thank you!
Please respect the residents as well as the community’s quiet times.


Der mobile Pumptrack Zermatt ist für Kinder und auch fortgeschrittene Biker die perfekte Möglichkeit, um im Dorf dem Mountainbike-Sport nachzugehen. Ab Ende Juni steht während der kompletten Sommersaison ein mobiler Pumptrack auf der Obere Matten in Zermatt.

Alle Benutzer des Pumptracks werden gebeten folgende Regeln zu beachten:

Überschätze dich nicht! Die Benützung der Anlage erfolgt auf eigene Gefahr. Der Betreiber lehnt jegliche Haftung ab.
Respektiere die anderen Fahrer und halte stets genügend Abstand.
Das Tragen eines Helms auf der ganzen Anlage ist Pflicht. Eine geeignete Schutzausrüstung wird empfohlen.
Die Benützung des Pumptracks ist nur mit nichtmotorisierten Fahrgeräten (Bikes, Scooter, Skateboards und Inline-Skates) erlaubt.
Halte die Pumptrack-Anlage und die Umgebung sauber, indem du deinen Abfall selbst entsorgst. Danke!
Bitte nehme Rücksicht auf die Anwohner und halte die Ruhezeiten der Gemeinde ein.
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