Cross-coutry skiing trails

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The Destination Gstaad is one of the top cross-country ski areas in Switzerland. Four valleys, one glacier and the Sparenmoos offer a variety of trails for cross-country skiers of all levels. The beauty of the chalets, forests and magnificent mountain vistas serve to make cross-country skiing an enriching and aesthetic experience - for classic cross-country skiers as well as for skating enthusiasts.

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Lauenen, classic + skating Easy, flat, sunny. Mostly surrounded by unspoilt nature and with some great views too. If this is what you are looking for, then this trail in Lauenen is just right for you. 7,96 km 0:50 hr 19 m 19 m 73 TOP Easy Source : Gstaad Saanenland Schönried – Saanenmöser (black) The black slope between Saanenmöser and Schönried gets plenty of sunshine and guarantees a challenging climb with a beautiful panoramic view of the mountains around Gstaad, Saanen and Rougement. 3,21 km 1:00 hrs. 55 m 63 m 71 TOP Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Nathalie von Siebenthal practice trail Turbach On this training route used by the world cup athlete, Nathalie von Siebenthal, cross-country skiers can try to better her times. 6,49 km 0:45 hr 97 m 90 m 69 TOP Easy Source : Gstaad Saanenland Gstaad - Feutersoey - Gsteig, classic + skating After leaving Gstaad for Gsteig, this cross-country trail takes you into the valley with the rushing Saane beside you. Its quiet location with its gentle gradients makes this route especially suitable for enthusiastic skiers. 14,22 km 3:30 hrs. 183 m 31 m 69 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Schönried - Saanenmöser; classic + skating First you follow the route taken by the famous GoldenPass line and then you go along the stream: This route is picture-postcard beautiful in a typically Swiss way. It crosses the Moos plateau and winds its way through some delightful wooded areas. 4,31 km 1:00 hrs. 49 m 49 m 69 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Dog slope Saanenmöser (blue) The dog slope on the sunny mountain terrace of Saanenmöser is picture-postcard beautiful in a typically Swiss way. It crosses the Moos plateau and winds its way through some delightful wooded areas. 1,23 km 0:20 hr 12 m 12 m 69 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Sparenmoos, classic + skating This varied cross-country ski trail above Zweisimmen takes you through the gently rolling hills on the snow-sure Sichermoos high plateau. 10,18 km 1:20 hrs. 108 m 100 m 68 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Dog slope Schönried (blue) The dog slope on the sunny mountain terrace of Schönried is picture-postcard beautiful in a typically Swiss way. It crosses the Moos plateau and winds its way through some delightful wooded areas. 1,13 km 0:20 hr 18 m 18 m 66 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Slope Innergsteig The slope Innergsteig starts in the chalet village of Gsteig (1,200 m above sea level), which is under Cultural Heritage Protection, framed by the Diablerets massif and the Sanetsch region. 1,95 km 0:25 hr 10 m 10 m 65 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Glacier 3000, classic + skating The approximately 6 km long cross-country ski trail at an altitude of almost 3,000 metres above sea level extends across the entire area of the Tsanfleuron glacier. 4,83 km 0:40 hr 125 m 134 m 62 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Schönried Langlauf Cross 1.5 km blue The training trail is similar to a pumptrack for mountain bikers or a ski cross and will require a high degree of skill on the part of skiers. 1,18 km 0:15 hr 9 m 9 m 62 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Zweisimmen - St. Stephan - Lenk, classic+skating The cross-country slope begins at Zweisimmen and leads along the river Simme to Blankenburg. From there the trail leads to St. Stephan and Lenk. 14,13 km 2:00 hrs. 155 m 27 m 56 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland