Skiers and snowboarders have plenty of fun on the 220 km of slopes and the 53 cable cars, freestyle skiers and snowboarders get a rush of adrenaline in one of the fun parks, and even cyclists don’t miss out. Cycling with a fatbike is allowed on most of the region’s winter hiking trails.
Fast-paced action is guaranteed on the Glacier 3000. Visitors can explore the area through husky tours, on the world’s highest alpine coaster or by snow bus. A special highlight is the Peak Walk by Tissot – the only suspension bridge in the world which connects two mountain peaks. In summer, Gstaad is an attractive hiking destination with its trail network of over 300 km.
Have you ever wanted to enjoy a delicious fondue on a mountain meadow? Then you should visit Fondueland Gstaad. You can rent a fondue backpack from one of the dairies, which contain everything you will need to prepare the Swiss national dish. Culinary highlights can be found in the centre of Gstaad’s village. It offers everything a gourmet’s heart might desire. Those looking for relaxation can use the hotels’ various wellness offers.