The Destination Gstaad is synonymous with a wealth of summer Alpine experiences against the backdrop of an Alpine world rising to an altitude of between 1,000 and 3,000 metres. A network of over 300 km of hiking trails, 280 km of mountain biking routes, as well as a variety of activities for the whole family are just some of the many benefits you will enjoy during summer in the Destination.
Prices one-way trips
|Adults one way||Adults return||Children (6-15)half-fareand GA fareone way||Children (6-15)half-fareand GA farereturn|
|ChairliftGstaad-WasserngratFamily: 50.-||ascent: 20.-descent: 15.-||25.-||ascent: 10.-descent: 8.-no half-fareand GA fare||14.-no half-fareand GA fare|
|Cable CarCol du Pillon-Scex Rouge(Glacier 3000)||56.-||80.-||28.-||40.-|
|Cable CarCol du Pillon-Cabane||32.-||56.-||16.-||28.-|
|Cable CarCabane-Scex Rouge||32.-||56.-||16.-||28.-|
|Cable CarGsteig-Sanetsch||16.-||22.-||9.-half-fare and GA fare:Group-Tariff||13.-half-fare and GA fare:Group-Tariff|
The tariffs apply to single "one-way" and "return" journeys on the stated facilities during normal operating times. All prices are inclusive of VAT. Group rates are generally offered for 10 or more people. Subject to change.
Children from 6 to 15 years, which have a Junior travelcard and Children’s Co-travelcard, are free on the mountain railways from Bergbahnen Destination Gstaad and Glacier 3000. Valid if a accompanying person buys a one way- or return-ticket or if the accompanying person has a season- or year-ticket.
Dogs are free on all mountain railways.