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Mountain and Road biking

Mountain and Road biking

Gstaad Biking Destination

The biking region of Gstaad is home to over 500 kilometers of GPS tours for mountain bikers, road bikers, and e-bikers, signposted routes, an e-bike charging system, specialized biking hotels, two pumptracks as well as other facilities. Gstaad is first and foremost a destination for visitors wishing to ride on technically moderate routes while combining their sporting activities with typically „Gstaad-like“ experiences.

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Road bike

The Destination Gstaad is still an insider’s tip for keen road bikers. Enjoy unforgettable moments in the saddle as you combine uniquely varied touring and training options with Alpine adventure, physical and mental revitalization, and endless fun.

E-Bike

Cycling with the support of a silent, environmentally-friendly electric motor is a special pleasure for the fitness-conscious, for whom enjoyment is more important than the effort expended. Less athletic cycling enthusiasts can thus extend their sphere of activity in this way. The Destination Gstaad offers fully-equipped electric bike facilities and over 150 km of routes.

Battery charging points for electric bikes

Mountainbike – E-Mountainbike

Thanks to its varied topography with several valleys, mountain ridges and pass crossings, the Destination Gstaad offers mountain bikers unlimited possibilities for discovery. Beginners, cross-country and endurance bikers will get their money’s worth here with over 300 kilometers of GPS tours. Gstaad boasts a wide variety of e-mountain biking routes that are especially suitable for e-biking beginners and leisure-seekers who want to enjoy the natural beauty and stunning views. These routes mainly offer easy riding, usually on natural surfaces, and at times on simple single trails or on asphalted areas.

Activity outside Park Gstaad

Our roads

Cycling Gsteig

Gstaads 4 Finger Loop

The four valleys
Ancient legends tell that God took a break by the creation of the world, rested and that his handprints created the Saanenland. The 4-valleys-round forms the basis of all shorter rides in the region of Gstaad. All the four valleys can be driven at once or just one by one.
From Gstaad, follow the cycle way through Gruben to Schönried. Arrived at the main street in Schönried, turn left and just after right direction cable car station Rellerli. Past the valley station of the cable car Rellerli, continue on the asphaltic by-road that goes up to Bergmatte. From there goes quite a steep road down to Saanenmöser. The road leads back to Schönried and continues again a steep road down to Saanen. In Gstaad, the route follows to the village Turbach. After the first houses, divert right to the steam and down to Bissen. Get down to Bissen and enjoy on your way down the beautiful view over Gstaad, Rüblihorn and Gummfluh. At the school house in Bissen, turn left direction Trom and drive on the cycle way to Lauenen. Just before Lauenen waits the "Mur de Lauenen", a short but up to 20% steep gain into the center of the village of Lauenen. Follow along the main street from Lauenen back to Gstaad and then on the bike path in direction Gsteig. The short rise to Saali with its swamp willows and old farmhouses and after back to Gstaad.
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Picto Duration
Duration
2:30 hrs.
Picto Ascent
Ascent
976 m
Picto Lenght
Length
59.09 km
Picto Difficulty
Level of difficulty
Difficult
Parkgstaad 11740547 Medium

Tour de la reine sud

The Col du Pillon and the Col de la Croix are the two known passes that were already on the road map of the Tour de Suisse and Tour de Romandie. The little-known ascent of Yvorne to Lac Hongrin (12 km, 1100 hm) is a challenge.
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Picto Duration
Duration
5:15 hrs.
Picto Ascent
Ascent
2.670 m
Picto Lenght
Length
120.31 km
Picto Difficulty
Level of difficulty
Difficult
Lac Retaud

Gstaad - Gsteig - Col du Pillon - Lac Retaud

From Feutersoey continue on the street to Gsteig and follow the mountain pass to Col du Pillon. From the top of the pass, there is a final significant climb of about 150 meters up to the Lake Retaud (swimming is possible). The area is the perfect place for a picnic.

Note(s)
Possibility to charge the bike's battery with your own device: hotel-restaurant Bären Gsteig; restaurant du Col du Pillon
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Picto Duration
Duration
2:00 hrs.
Picto Ascent
Ascent
650 m
Picto Lenght
Length
20.25 km
Picto Difficulty
Level of difficulty
Easy
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