Highest point in Europe accessible by cable car
Klein Matterhorn (3,883 meters above sea level) is the highest point in Europe where you can go by cable car. It is a popular starting point for a four-thousand-meter Breithorn (4,164 meters above sea level). From Zermatt (1,608m) you will first reach the Furi, then the Trockener Steg (2,939m) and finally the Klein Matterhorn
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