Transfers and journeys to Gstaad

The Gstaad-Saanenland skiing area in the Bernese alps offers an appealing mix to its guests: Apart from the many stars and starlets in the chalet town of Gstaad, the smaller neighbouring villages also offer attractive activities for group tours and families with children.


Over the last few years Gstaad's centre has become one of the most popular—and shortest—shopping streets of Switzerland. With its top hotels, its gourmet restaurants, the luxury chalets and the nearby Saanen airport, the vehicle-free holiday town of Gstaad has become a favoured destination for international celebrities.


The region Gstaad is a skiing and hiking area in the Saanenland with over 47 lifts. These can be reached from several towns through feeder cableways.

Several snow parks, a number of toboggan runs and 80km of classical and skating track are available to guests. Hikers will find 185km of winter hiking trails. Some of the more unusual activities guests can discover "ice stock sport" (similar to curling) in the centre of Gstaad, or go glacier or heliskiing in the mountains.

In the smaller towns in the region (like Lauenen), the winters are calm and relaxing, and one can take winter hikes, go Nordic skiing, or take a romantic horse-drawn sleigh.