The Wait if Finally Over – Let’s hit the Slopes
Winter Wonderland: Gstaad Launches Season 23/24 this weekend!
Winter Wanderlust: Gstaad and Lenk-Simmental Open Doors to Free Public Transport
Embracing the spirit of sustainable travel, Gstaad and Lenk-Simmental are breaking new ground by extending the complimentary public transport benefit to winter. With the Gstaad Card and Simmental Card, guests can now explore the Saanenland-Simmental adventure region with ease, from enchanting ...
Restaurant Botta: The creation returns to its master
After the devastating fire that razed the Glacier 3000 restaurant last September, the time has come for its rebirth. Swiss architect Mario Botta, renowned for his innovative designs, will spearhead the reconstruction project set to commence this summer. The revamped building will prioritise ...
No rest for the wicked it seems, not even this Easter Bunny takes a break from training. Mountain runner, and GstaadLife's summer profile, Charlotte Cotton took advantage of the beautiful Easter weather and ran up the hill, twice on Wednesday!
The Black Wall - Close your eyes and go!
Last week, my esteemed colleague Jocelyne Page from the "Anzeiger von Saanen" took on the daunting challenge of the Black Wall.
Her first-hand report on the newly opened downhill slope of Glacier 3000, appropriately named “The Black Wall”, which at 46 degrees is one of the steepest ...
Successful March for local skiers
Jack Spencer, a talented skier from the Ski Club (SC) Gstaad, claimed two Swiss championship titles in the speed disciplines of the U18 category. Sue Piller and Celine Reichenbach also secured podium finishes in the national comparison.
Distant memories of schooling in Gstaad
This June my wife and I spent some time in Gstaad for the express purpose of giving me the opportunity of recapturing the wonderful memories which the two years (1938-40) of schooling at the Chalet Flora had implanted in my mind.