2017 project phase for Saanersloch cableway construction is now completed
The construction of the new Saanersloch cableway has progressed well and the project phases for the current year have been completed. The construction site will be closed during the winter period and the work will be resumed in the spring.
Published: 21. November 2017
Construction work continuing – Saanersloch pistes still closed
Snowmaking is also in full swing on the Saanersloch slopes. Due to the continuing construction work, the Saanersloch cableway has not yet started operating. Laying the concrete for the supporting foundations for the new gondola lift as well as the building of the new mountain station are still underway and should be completed before the heavy snow arrives.
Published: 03. November 2017
Bergstation nimmt Form an
Die Bauarbeiten sind in vollem Gange, bei der Bergstation sind bereits die ersten Resultate zu sehen.
Published: 27. October 2017
Construction work continues despite the first snowfall
Despite the winter weather this week, construction work has been continuing with the participating firms working as fast as they can. The ground floor for the new mountain station was concreted on Tuesday. The building site meeting was held at the 3rd lift pylon below the Euter Bar. And, as can be seen in the photos, the new supporting foundation has been reinforced, and will be concreted this Thursday.
Published: 18. October 2017
Video D-Line cable car
Published: 11. October 2017
The first supports for the new cable car arrived
The excavation for the most difficult support has been done. The next step was to reinforce and to concrete. Furthermore, the crane for the mountain station was installed.
Published: 10. October 2017
Video groundbreaking ceremony
Published: 03. October 2017
Groundbreaking ceremony took place
Construction work for the new Saanenmöser-Saanerslochgrat gondola lifts is already in progress. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on 3 October. And the planning and building approval documents have already been submitted for the new Gstaad-Eggli gondola lifts.
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