A skier smiling with delight. Behind her, you can see her trail down the perfectly groomed slope with a perfect mountain panorama. ©  (c) Melanie Uhkoetter / ©Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus

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Ski & Snowboard Delights

The holiday region Gstaad stands for enjoyable ski experiences on a variety of dream slopes. Guests here also appreciate being away from mass tourism while skiing. Not only the perfectly groomed and wide slopes make a difference. The diverse skiing areas, ranging from glacier slopes to the popular ski arena with lots of space to the steep and challenging Tiger Run also contribute to the overall experience. Thus it’s no surprise that Gstaad is known as the most diverse pleasure destination in Switzerland. This also applies to life off the slopes.

Our Ski Areas

Rinderberg − Saanersloch − Horneggli - Learn more
Fokus ist auf der Saanersloch Gondelbahn mit verschneitem Bergpanorama im Hintergrund ©  Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus

Rinderberg − Saanersloch − Horneggli

Sun in your face, swirling snow under the edges – that’s pure pleasure. The slopes in the largest ski area of the holiday region are diverse and suited for all levels. The many snow bars, cosy huts and restaurants next to the slopes offer something for every taste. Additional benefit: The trip from the flatland is very relaxing thanks to the direct train connection between Bern and Zweisimmen.

Eggli - La Videmanette - Learn more
Verschneite Skipiste der La Videmanette mit mehreren Skifahrern vor alpiner Bergkulisse.  ©  Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus

Eggli - La Videmanette

Parlez-vous français? The cantonal and language barrier runs through the Eggli-La Videmanette ski area, and the charming influence of the French-speaking part of Switzerland can be felt everywhere. Skiers really get their money’s worth here, thanks to the long and varied descents. With the new Eggli Lounge and mountain restaurant, bon vivants truly feel at home on the sunny local mountain Eggli.

Wasserngrat - Learn more
Weitsicht auf den Wasserngrat Berg, viele schneebedeckte Tannen und leichte Wolken hängen zwischen den Bergen.  ©  Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus


Locals love the steep Wasserngrat, a challenging downhill slope in deep powder. The insider tip has now been revealed, but we don't want to deprive anyone of this adventure! It's also fun on the slopes. The shady slopes offer perfect conditions until late in the afternoon. Our favourite mountain for a short break from everyday stress.

Glacier 3000 - Learn more
Eine Skifahrerin mit weissen Skihosen und blauer Skijacke steht oben an einer frisch präparierten Piste, im Hintergrund ein Bergrestaurant und ein grosser Fels. ©  Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus

Glacier 3000

A magical, snowy Alpine mountainscape stretches out before you from November to May, with views of over two dozen majestic peaks of 4,000 m or higher, including Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. The Peak Walk by Tissot, a floating bridge that connects two peaks, is a real highlight and not to be missed.