The Rinderberg/Saanerslochgrat/Horneggli – Zweisimmen/Saanenmöser/Schönried/St. Stephan Ski resort is located in Lenk-Simmental and Gstaad in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland and is the largest connected ski resort in the region. Combining 6 smaller ski resorts which ensures a diverse range of terrain, skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of 88.9 kilometres of slopes.
With 18 lifts including 4 circulating gondolas between resorts, guests can travel with ease between on area to another as well as taking in some of the magnificent views. The elevation ranges between 948 and 2,011 metres, with a leaning towards easy and intermediate slopes, this resort is an ideal destination for beginners and families, but that is not to say that there aren’t more challenging courses as well as valley runs and a public race course with time and speed measurement too. You can even create your own skiMovie to document your day on the slopes. For those who want to extend their skiing day, night skiing is also available to glide in the moonlight.
Alongside the wide range of slopes, there is also a variety of amenities and other activities to engage in, including tobogganing, race tracks, and snow parks. For those who are wanting to relax after a long day on the slopes, there is an extensive option of mountain restaurants, cafes and bars.
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