Gstaad Biking Destination
The biking region of Gstaad is home to over 500 kilometres of GPS tours for mountain bikers, road bikers and e-bikers, signposted routes, an e-bike charging system, specialised biking hotels, two pumptracks as well as other facilities. Gstaad is first and foremost a destination for visitors wishing to ride on technically moderate routes while combining their sporting activities with typically „gstaad-like“ experiences.
Gstaad boasts a wide variety of e-mountain biking routes that are especially suitable for e-biking beginners and leisure-seekers who want to enjoy the natural beauty and stunning views. These routes mainly offer easy riding, usually on natural surfaces, and at times on simple single trails or on asphalted areas. With the diverse topography that includes steep climbs, comfortable level stretches along mountain streams, and delightful single trails through beautiful forests, a unique e-mountain biking experience is guaranteed.
Gstaad has a varied range of biking routes on offer that are suitable for beginners as well as more pleasure and sports-oriented cross-country and all-mountain riders. There is a unique biking experience in store for riders of all styles with the varied topography that includes steep ascents, easy flat stretches along a mountain stream or beautiful single trails through the magnificent forests.
Discover the diverse Alpine scenery in the Destination Gstaad the easy way on two wheels with a little electronic support. The signposted routes with their varying degrees of difficulty provide exercise-lovers with the perfect opportunity to explore the superb highlights of the area. There are many battery-charging stations located at the destination villages.
Gstaad is still an insider’s tip for all road bikers who want to ride amid Alpine scenery along a range of routes while still having a good time. Discover the many varied tours around Gstaad from May to October. The range of routes on offer is immense – and includes wide mountain pass roads, narrow side roads and stretches that take you over the cantonal border. See the Roadbook for details of the routes on offer.