Lights off, mountain on!

The night event in the Andermatt mountains

Experience the popular "Lights out, mountain on!" event and catch the last rays of sunshine over the picturesque Urseren Valley. Your adventure begins with a reserved gondola ride up the Nätschen or the Gütsch with its impressive 2,340 meters above sea level. The striking building on the Gütsch, designed by award-winning architect Christina Seilern, is home to the Gütsch bei Neff restaurant and the Japanese.

Something for every taste

"Lights out, mountain on!" unfolds in three first-class restaurants: the cozy Matti on the Nätschen, the exquisite Japanese and the renowned Restaurant Gütsch on the Gütsch. All restaurants are located right next to the stations of the "Gütsch-Express" gondola lift and its valley station is right next to the train station and is easily accessible through the underpass.

Exquisite culinary delights in the restaurants Gütsch, Matti and the Japanese

Markus Neff (1 star Michelin, 16 points Gault Millau, Chef of the Year 2007) and David Gruss welcome you to the Gütsch restaurant for a five-course dinner with aperitif, as well as the overnight train ride. A convivial fondue experience awaits you in the cozy Matti family restaurant. The two chefs Dominik Sato and Fabio Toffolon will conjure up an impressive five-course menu for you in Japanese, accompanied by a glass of Laurent-Perrier Millesime champagne. Immerse yourself in this unique culinary journey and don't miss the chance to experience "lights out, mountain on" in these outstanding restaurants.

Frequently asked questions

Where is the valley station of the Gütsch Express?
How long will the gondolas be running?
Kann ich am Abend schlitteln?
Where can I rent a sled?
Benötige ich zum schlitteln eine spezielle Ausrüstung?
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