The Lenk Tourist Centre is closed on 6 and 7 December. Further information.

Take to the slopes

About our ski resorts

Metschstand en hiver
Metschstand in winter


Everyone will find their perfect piste in this vast ski resort with 205 kilometres of impeccable slopes. A wide range of rails and obstacles await freestyle skiers and snowboarders in the Gran Masta Park (GMP) on the Hahnenmoos, downhill skiers can carve their way across the wide pistes on the Metsch, and beginners can practice their turns on the flatter Bühlberg slopes.

Mülkerblatte et Leiterli en hiver
Winter Mülkerblatte Leiterli

Betelberg Lenk

The Betelberg ski resort is well equipped with snow cannons and offers a family-friendly destination which is well known for its wide slopes – just perfect for first-timers. Children can spend the whole day in the Swiss Snow Kids Village at the Stoss midway station, being entertained and looked after. The permanent snowcross track on the Hasler is guaranteed to get everyone’s pulse racing, while cosy alpine bars invite you to simply while away the hours.

Remontées mécaniques de St. Stephan
Bergbahnen Winter St. Stephan

St. Stephan

From St. Stephan you can connect straight into the Gstaad-Saanenland ski area, which boasts over 180 kilometres exciting skiing. The area between St. Stephan and Schönried offers a variety of trails from beginner to advanced.

Skiing on the Jaunpass
Skiing on the Jaunpass


This ski resort is small, but beautiful. Situated above Boltigen, between the Simmental and the region of Gruyère, it offers six kilometres of sunny slopes, 1’500 metres above sea level. Two ski lifts, two children’s ski lifts and the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School all combine to make the Jaunpass a prime family destination.

Rossberg in winter

Rossberg Oberwil

The 7,5 kilometres of slopes surrounding the ski lift vary from medium to easy difficulty levels and are all in pristine condition. No family can resist a ride on the free Snowtube run – it’s just too much fun!