Modern infrastructure, varied pistes and charming mountain inns: Gstaad is a true box of delights. It’s not just about the 195 kilometres perfectly prepared ski runs – the region is also criss-crossed by an array of sledding routes and picture-perfect winter hiking trails. Myriad mountain inns and restaurants within the ski area promise to tickle your taste buds. Please note that the Top4 Ski Pass is not valid for Glacier 3000; an additional ski pass must be purchased for this.
The new Eiger Express offers a more convenient way to get to the pistes – and it’s up to 47 minutes quicker. The Jungfrau Ski Region offers everything a wintersports enthusiast’s heart could desire, with 206 km of pistes set against the most beautiful panorama of Switzerland with the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Choose from challenging runs down the original World Cup route of the legendary Lauberhorn, wide and gentle or steep slopes, and various snow and fun parks. Freestylers will find unbeatable conditions in the Grindelwald-First area, with its White Elements Park and one of the few super-pipes in Switzerland. The Schilthorn area is a mecca for freeriders and offers plenty of phenomenal freeride descents, including the notorious ‘Totenkopf’. For winter hikers and sledging fans, there are more than 100 km of groomed trails, with the classic Faulhorn, Eigerrun, Rittas Speedrun and Apollo routes.
Children and adults will never have a dull day in the Meiringen-Hasliberg ski area with its 60 km of piste, 7 km of sledging runs, 25 km of hiking trails, cross-country trails and the Skihäsliland practice area. Other highlights include night skiing and night sledging. In the ski racing center Hasliberg you will find the perfect setting for thrilling company or club races.