Ski resort ratings for Gstaad compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 40 reviews.
|Overall 73||Skiing 73||Skiregion 75|
|7.5 7.6||7.5 7.7||7.5 7.1||7.0 7.0||7.0 7.6|
|7.7 7.8||7.0 6.7||7.8 7.7||7.5 7.0||7.7 7.1|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|7.0 7.3||6.0 7.5|
I have been here several times. Sorry I do not get it. Gstaad has had a element of the jetset attached to it for years, but for what reason? You may think Gstaad has this shiny golden name where celebrities and only rich people are gathering. This is just during a short period of time. The rest of the year this a quiet village with all these fancy shop that you also find in Geneva or Zurich. The selection of restaurant is limited and the places are mainly very expensive: i.e a soup comes at 14 to 25 Chf on some places: ridiculous. most of the time you eat badly. In Gstaad you have very high prices for not necessarily quality.
Review by Dietrich B. from Stralsund on Friday Mar 30th. Visited Gstaad in march 2018 as couple
The winter sports region of Gstaad Mountain Rides is synonymous with extensive winter enjoyment - nestled in a beautiful Alpine landscape at an altitude of between 1,000 and 3,000 metres. 220 km of perfectly prepared slopes, a free offer for children under 9 and Glacier 3000, which is the only glacier ski area in the Bernese Oberland, are the most well-known advantages with which the Region attracts visitors. In addition, the area has many other advantages, which visitors only realise at second glance.
Thanks to the glacier, the region offers the longest winter sports season of all the ski resorts in this part of the country. The fan base can indulge in its hobby here from end of october un
Review by Vivienne Bauer from Leukerbad on Thursday Apr 18th. Visited Gstaad in january 2013 as couple
Gstaad - A fantastic resort: I have been going there much of my life, and am still enjoying it. Let me list for you a few strengths and weaknesses; Strengths: Varied choice of slopes, and if you get bored of the local 250 kms, you can always trip to Diablerets/Villars (40 mins) or Adelboden/Lenk (20 mins) which opens up 400kms more. You will NOT get bored. You don't ski or board - then you can shop in numerous posh shops, do day trips, gourmet dine, etc. In the past few years the resort has heavily invested in artificial snow to better piste conditions. This year two new fourpack chairs opened, putting the remaining old lifts into history. The nightlife may not be as wild as in Austrian reso
Review by Kurt Belsin from Denver on Saturday Aug 18th. Visited Gstaad in january 2007 as couple
Heel sfeervolle plaats, goede restaurants, leuk skigebied, prachtig wandelgebied. Skigebied voornamelijk voor gevorderde skiers. Geen wachttijden aan de skilift. Echt de moeite waard. Enkel weinig aprés ski
Review by Desiree from Leeuwarden on Saturday Jul 14th. Visited Gstaad in december 2006 as friends