Gstaad easyaccess card (long version)
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Source: Gstaad Saanenland Tourism
Version Summer 2012
Version Summer 2012
Offer of Gstaad Saanenland Tourism offers free rides on numerous mountain railways / attractive discounts within the region
GSTAAD easyaccess card encourages visitors to explore
With the GSTAAD easyaccess card visitors to the regions of Gstaad, Zweisimmen and Pays-d’Enhaut can enjoy unlimited leisure activities from May 1 to October 31. This product of Gstaad Saanenland Tourism is very impressive: holders of the card benefit from attractive offers.
The GSTAAD easyaccess card includes a wide range of benefits without any additional costs in the summer season: free rides on the Rellerli, Eggli Wispile, Horneggli, Wasserngrat, Rinderberg and La Braye mountain railways and free use of the regional Post Bus, all trains from the Golden Pass as well as the bus from Zweisimmen to Seebergsee and from Gstaad to Arnensee. Holders of the card get free entry to the regional swimming pools, museums, the Saanen Climbing Centre, the high ropes course in Zweisimmen, the minigolf in Gstaad and the bowling in Château-d’Oex as well as free tours of the villages of Saanen, Zweisimmen and Rougemont.
Partners grant discounts
Various partners grant holders of the GSTAAD easyaccess card a wide range of attractive discounts. A first class ticket to Montreux on the Golden Pass is 20 percent cheaper. An impressive 50 percent discount is offered by the Glacier 3000 cable cars Reusch - Oldenegg and Col du Pillon, which both lead to the glacierfield.
All reductions are only available during the official operating hours.
Available from two nights
The GSTAAD easyaccess card is available to anyone who stays in Saanenland, Zweisimmen or Pays-d’Enhaut for at least two consecutive nights and can, if required and subject to the applicable terms and conditions, be ordered or extended in advance. It is also available for groups. Generally, only visitors who have to pay the visitors’ tax in the destination of Gstaad, Zweisimmen and Pays-d’Enhaut are entitled to purchase the card. Holders of a disability ID also have to purchase the card, but their companions are usually able to gain free entry and train tickets.
It is available from the tourist information centres. As well as from hotel receptions and camping grounds.
Low children’s rate
The GSTAAD easyaccess card is available to adults from CHF 36 (every additional day costs CHF 12). The children’s rate starts at CHF 21 (every additional day costs CHF 7). It is valid for children aged 16 and under, however children aged 9 and under can generally travel for free on the cable cars and chair lifts in the region of Gstaad.
For more information, contact Gstaad Saanenland Tourism or go to www.gstaad.ch/en/
Note for the editorial teams
The following person will be happy to answer any questions you may have:
Public Relations Manager
Gstaad Saanenland Tourism
CH-3780 Gstaad (Switzerland)
Tel. +41 33 748 81 20
Fax +41 33 748 81 83