Sightseeing and hiking in and around Gstaad

Gstaad - Sightseeing and hiking

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Glacier 3000 is a viewpoint and winter sports paradise in the Gstaad region, to be reached from Col du Pillon.

Attractions and hiking around Gstaad

Below are the attractions and hiking routes we suggest for Gstaad. Note that if you book a hotel, chalet or apartment in Gstaad, you will get a free Guest Card. The Guest Card gets you discounts on various local attractions. Additionally you can purchase an 'Easyaccess card' if you stay for at least 2 nights in Summer. It provides free local traveling by trains, buses and cable cars. Many of the rail passes for Switzerland also include free traveling.


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Golden Pass line

Beautiful scenic train ride from Lucerne via the Bernese Oberland lakes to Montreux.



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Grubenwald - Boltigen

A walk in the valley along forests, meadows, streams and half-timbered houses.


Lake Hinterstocken

Easy tour around Lake Hinterstocken, halfway between the valley floor and the Stockhorn peak.

  • Hiking time: 0h40
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Elevation: 1594 - 1687 m
  • Distance: 1.7 km
  • Terrain: along lake, meadow
  • Region: Simmen valley (Bernese Oberland)

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Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland

Unlimited traveling by train, bus, boat and more across the entire Bernese Oberland


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