Matterhorn is the most photographed mountain in the world. Would you like to capture it from a new perspective? Read on to get inspired by some outstanding Matterhorn photos. They were captured by amazing Instagram photographers and travellers and featured on Instagram @visitswitzerland. Find all photo spots on the map.
Postcard views overlooking Zermatt
You’ve probably seen these postcard views of Zermatt before. Swipe up for more outstanding captures from lesser known perspectives.
Toblerone chocolate views
Go buy a Toblerone if you cannot resist, and play with your creativity. There are already many nice “Toblerone Mountain” shots to get inspired – from Gornergrat, Zermatt village and also our exclusive little Matterhorn hashtag #visitswitzerland_cantresist on Instagram
Matterhorn for gourmets
A great view for gourmet photographers is at Chez Vrony (btw they do also featurere nice desserts). Another good food photography place is Hotel Schönegg in Zermatt. Let us know if you know more such photo spots!
Reflection classics: Riffelsee & Stellisee
You’ve seen these Matterhorn reflections before if you are on Instagram. Stellisee is one lake on the famous 5-lake walk. Riffelsee is a nice little hike from Riffelalp. The best chances for reflections are early mornings.
Matterhorn railway view
Make sure it’s your turn to get the window seat in Gornergrat-Bahn.
Skiers’ view: Gornergrat
Hotel room view: Fluhalp
The Hotel Fluhalp is not only picturesque by itself. It has some amazing Matterhorn window views as well.
The Matterhorn summit selfie
Maybe the best of all views? For sure, if you can make it all the way up to 4874m asl.
The long-distance view
You live in a long-distance relationship with Matterhorn? There is no need to go to Zermatt to shoot. This close-up is from Riederfurka Alp above Brig, through the 500m lens of @michelphotography_ch. Get inspired by other great close-up’s here and here.
Did you enjoy this little selection? Would you even know other great photo spots to shoot Matterhorn from lesser known angles? Let us know in the comment below or contact us. Featured title photo of Matterhorn: Eric Bravo.