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slope length km
  blue runs 40km
  red runs 90km
  black runs 120km
  slopes total 250km

cross country trails length
  cross country trails length 150km

lifts number
  drag lift 28
  seat lift 18
  cabine lift 4
  lifts total 50
  lifts opened

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Ski holidays in Gstaad-village

The ski holiday village Gstaad is situated in the heart of the ski super-region Gstaad Saanenland in the Bernese Oberland to the east side of Lake Geneve. Mondain, luxurious, chic, royalty - all words that typify Gstaad. In recent years, Gstaad has grown into an absolute top destination for the fans of luxury winter sports. It can effortlessly get in the row with St. Moritz, Courchevel, Megeve ski resort and Lech. Even though the village is split in some parts, the slopes in this area are great and there are stops with the ski bus or train. In Gstaad you really do not have to only ski all week, the shops have a very high (price) level. The gastronomy is also great, and you can do some delicious dining and partying here.

Slope information Gstaad - Gstaad-village

The ski slopes in Gstaad are especially suitable for beginners and for advanced skiers. Gstaad is a paradise! The ski slopes can be classified into four ski sections: Sector 1 which includes the slopes around the Hornberg and Rellerligrat (trails with the best view of the area); Sector 2 (the largest sector) at Eggli with the huge mountains Vidamenette, Wasserngrat, and Wispile,.which have enough challenge (including the black slope at the back of La Vidamenette) for every skiing level; Sector 3 containing the easier runs around Chateau d'Oex; and, Sector 4 where you can take the lift to the Col du Pillon and reach the altitude of the vast Gstaad Glacier 3000. These ski slopes also offer a bus service to the ski resort Villars-Gryon and Les Diablerets.

Apres ski in Gstaad-village

The après-ski in Gstaad suits a ski resort of this class. It starts just on the slopes, in the Olden Bar. The first apres-ski allows you to feel comfortable going to eat a delicious meal, because the real partying bursts only around 11 PM here. The discotheques where you absolutely have to go to is Club 95 and the Grotte. The most expensive disco of Gstaad, Palace is also a must, but you will certainly need to bring your credit card. Finally, there is a brand new casino, where you also can have a fun night out.

Snowboarding in Gstaad-village

Snowboarders can enjoy four fantastic fun parks, The Snowpark at Glacier 3000, Vanilla Noir Park in Saanenmöser, the Schneefall Park in Zweisimmen, and the Snow Park La Braye in Chateau d'Oex. The off-piste possibilities for snowboarders are equally fantastic in this winter holiday destination!

Skischools and ski hire in Gstaad-village

With more than 360 ski teachers of the Ski Gstaad, there is an army of red ski experts who come to your aid on the slopes. The schools include: the Schneesportschule Zweisimmen, ski school Snowsports Saanenmöser, Snowboard Snow sports Saanen, Snow sports Schonried, Schneesportsschule Lauenen and private ski schools. The largest of all is obviously Snow sports Gstaad.

Gstaad-village Score
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Suited for families
Apres ski

Piste map Gstaad-village

Piste map Gstaad

ski holidays Gstaad-village