The ski resort of Andermatt/Sedrun is located in the cantons of Uri and Graubünden/Grisons. In winter, there is no link between Andermatt (Uri) and Sedrun (Graubünden/Grisons) via the Oberalp Pass (closed in winter). Access to the ski resort is therefore from either Uri or Graubünden/Grisons. Andermatt is located almost directly at the Göschenen exit of the A2 motorway. The car parks in Andermatt (payable) are just a few minutes’ drive. For Sedrun, from the Reichenau/Disentis exit of the A13 motorway, you drive for 60 kilometres or so on a well-constructed road through the valley to the base station in Dieni (Sedrun). You can park in payable car parks here.
Access via A2, Exit 40 Göschenen
Gütsch-Express 1 (Andermatt–Nätschen) (Andermatt) Ideal entry for day visitors
Distance: 6 km
approx. 9 Minutes driving time
Roads: Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline Parking spaces: enough available, underground car park, tarmac car park, gravel car park, for a fee
Access via Autobahn A13 St. Margrethen-Bellinzona, Exit Reichenau
Milez-Flyer (Sedrun) Ideal entry for day visitors
Distance: 62 km
approx. 64 Minutes driving time
Roads: Main street, Side road, Mountain road, well-developed Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, gravel car park, for a fee
The Oberalp Pass, Furka Pass and Gotthard Pass are closed in winter. Travelling from the Sedrun/Disentis/Mustér/Flims direction, the road to Andermatt is closed. A restricted train loading service is offered over the Oberalp Pass. From Wallis/Valais, the road is also closed. A regular train loading service runs through the Furka Tunnel. From Italy, you drive through the Gotthard Tunnel.