Gstaad Ski Holidays
The stone cobbles and wooden clad buildings in the village centre give Gstaad a traditional feel, with exclusive boutiques and elegant restaurants making it equally popular with non-skiers.
In fact, skiers will find the 200 plus kilometres of slopes blissfully quiet! There are four parts to the ski area, linked by complimentary transport and offering a great deal of variety. The Saanermoser is the largest of these with 104 km of mostly blue and red pistes as well as plenty of mountain restaurants to refuel at.
There’s lots more on offer too: nordic skiing; snow shoeing; heliskiing, the Tissot Peak Walk and ski touring are all available. It’s a real gem of a resort where the guests all feel like royalty, and some of them are!
Skiing in Gstaad
Skiers can enjoy the extensive 220km of slopes, spread out among the four main sectors, which include the Diablarets glacier at 3000m (accessible by bus). Intermediate skiers and boarders in particular will love the superb terrain and long runs. Cross country routes, ski touring and heli-skiing are also readily available.
Offering an excellent selection of top-class hotels and the warmest of welcomes, it is no wonder that Gstaad has become a firm favourite with the rich and famous.
- Important information
Ski Area 220km Blue Runs 128km Red Runs 59km Black Runs 33km Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Snow report
15cm Last snowfall
- Predominantly sunny with cloudy spells
20/53 Lifts open
- Piste conditions
- Great skiing thanks to the new snow that fell over the weekend
- Packed powder
- Runs to resort:
- Packed powder
- Featured accommodation
- Distance from airports
Geneva 2hrs15mins Geneva (Ski Rail Transfers) 2hr45mins Zurich 3hr