Snowshoe Hiking

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The Destination Gstaad with its gently rolling landscape is ideal for snowshoe tours. Young and old alike will enjoy the easy or challenging routes through the unspoilt natural world.

Important Information

Even when it is used as an "arena for sport", the natural world is first and foremost a habitat for animals and plants and so should be respected. Snowshoe hiking requires good preparation (training and equipment) and should only be undertaken in good weather and good avalanche conditions. Snowshoeing routes are not prepared and will not be controlled. Use at your own risk.

Snowshoe Tours

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Search results: 13 Tours found
St. Stephan - Rüwlispass - Turbach Marked snowshoe hike from St. Stephan over the Rüwlispass to Turbach. 9,03 km 3:55 hrs. 724 m 335 m 86 TOP Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Schönried – Rellerli (1833 M.a.s.l) – Schönried Marked snowshoe trail from Schönried up to the top of the Rellerli and back. 8,53 km 4:10 hrs. 657 m 657 m 84 TOP Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Parkplatz Wasserngrat – Gifferhüttli – Parkplatz Wasserngrat Unprepared and unmarked snowshoe tour from Wasserngrat car park to Gifferhüttli and back to Wasserngrat car park. 11,57 km 4:50 hrs. 672 m 672 m 83 TOP Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Wispile - Lauenen Trail Wonderful snowshoe trail from the Wispile mountain station via Chrinepass to Lauenen 8,26 km 2:55 hrs. 11 m 679 m 82 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Wispile - Bergmoos - Feutersoey Snowshoe hike over the ridge of the Wispile, past the Fondue Caquelon (Cheese pot) and via Bergmoos to Feutersoey. 7,50 km 2:45 hrs. 37 m 814 m 81 TOP Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Feutersoey - Tuxberg - Schneeweid - Hindere Walig Enjoyable snowshoe tour from Feutersoey to Hindere Walig. 3,99 km 2:05 hrs. 577 m 0 m 80 TOP Easy Source : Gstaad Saanenland Lauenen - Safretvorschess - Trüttlisberg The marked snowshoe hike from Lauenen to the Trüttlisberg offers great views and magical winter landscapes. 5,64 km 3:05 hrs. 834 m 1 m 80 TOP Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Lauenen - Chrinepass - Wispile From the main square in Lauenen the route heads at the edge of the ski slope (attention skiers) in a south-westerly direction to Brüchli. It continues uphill to the Chrine Pass and then northwards to the Wispile. There is a wonderful view at 1900 m. The gondola lift takes you to... 8,24 km 4:00 hrs. 679 m 10 m 62 Difficult Source : Gstaad Saanenland Sparenmoos circular trail Easy panoramic route over the hilly moorland landscape at Sparenmoos. This sun-drenched high plateau above Zweisimmen boasts magical vistas of the Bernese Alps, the Simmental and Saanenland. 6,75 km 2:30 hrs. 151 m 151 m 60 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Lauenen - Rohr - Lauenen This tour takes you across the wonderful Rohr nature reserve towards Lake Lauenen and back via the same route. 3,04 km 1:00 hrs. 12 m 12 m 59 Easy Source : Gstaad Saanenland Eggli - Vorderes Eggli - Eggli Ride up to the Eggli in comfort with the gondola lift. The trail begins on the south side of the mountain restaurant and runs parallel to the marked winter hiking trail over the wide open meadows of «Hinder der Egg». With the imposing Gummfluh and Rübli mountains in sight, there... 3,26 km 1:15 hrs. 168 m 168 m 52 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Site Alp Take the bus from Zweisimmen railway station to the Berghotel Sparenmoos. The snow shoe trail climbs slightly in a north-easterly direction to the Site Alp where there are breathtaking views of the Simmental.The return leg takes you on a south-westerly heading and from there back... 3,37 km 1:15 hrs. 126 m 126 m 51 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland Saanenmöser - Chübelialp - Saanenmöser From Saanenmöser railway station this snowshoeing tour goes towards the Hornberg up to the Saanenwald-Lodge. After crossing the ski piste and a small bridge the way passes by the golf club house. After 2 km over the Golf court you turn right up to the restaurant Chübelialp. To... 7,01 km 2:45 hrs. 303 m 303 m 51 Moderate Source : Gstaad Saanenland