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Winter sports Highlights

Skiing

The Area Saanersloch lies at the very heart of the Destination's largest ski arena. 105 kilometres of ski runs connect Saanenmöser to Zweisimmen and Schönried. The Saanersloch area is particularly popular with families and ski enthusiasts, thanks to its extensive network of blue and red runs and its many restaurants, cosy mountain lodges and ski bars.

Tobogganing

Whiz downhill on your toboggan as you feel the driving snow on your face – if you love tobogganing then Gstaad with its six toboggan runs is the perfect place to be. And there are several mountain restaurants and snow bars along the way where you can relax and take a break.

Longest slope

The longest slope in the Gstaad ski area, a 7.5 km run, begins at La Videmanette. Skiers experience a 1160m altitude difference until they reach the valley. Thanks to the red and blue marked sections, even less experienced skiers can ski down parts of this slope.

Gastronomy Highlights

Wasserngrat

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La Videmanette

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Chemistube

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Booking early pays off!

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New Eggli Gondola

Competition Gstaad Dream Vacation

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Arrival

Arriving by car

From the Bern region (Western and Northern Switzerland): A6 Motorway Bern-Spiez / Exit Wimmis / Main Road (Simmental) to Boltigen-Zweisimmen-Gstaad.

From the Lausanne region (Western Switzerland):
A9 / A12 Motorway Lausanne-Vevey-Bern / Exit Bulle / Main Road to Château d'Oex-Saanen-Gstaad.

Arriving by train

From the Bern region (Western and Northern Switzerland): SBB Bern-Spiez / Change trains, BLS Spiez-Zweisimmen / Change trains, MOB Zweisimmen-Gstaad.

From the Lausanne region (Western Switzerland): SBB Lausanne-Montreux / Change trains, MOB Montreux-Saanen-Gstaad.