Challenging toboggan run with some very steep sections, delightful refreshment stops and great views. The second part of the route is easier.
The Saanersloch Run is a more challenging tobogganing run. The first part runs between Saanersloch and Saanenwald and includes steep sections. It is a challenge for tobogganers and is the longest lap of the Ronda. You can stop off for refreshments at the Euter Bar on the ski slope or at the Kübeli restaurant, where you can enjoy their famous Möser kebabs and the great views. The second part of the route runs between Saanenwald and Saanenmöser and is rather easy to navigate. This route is 4.1 kilometres long and takes about 45 minutes.
Enjoy the view from the Saanerslochgrat and a warm drink at the Euter Bar.
Saanerslochgrat (Bergstation Saanersloch) (1936 m)
Talstation Saanersloch, Saanenmöser (1272 m)
Best time of year
Level of difficulty: Saanerslochgrat-Saanenwald: advanced
Level of difficulty: Saanenwald-Saanenmöser: easy
Water-resistant clothes: winter coat, snow trousers and gloves
Footwear with break assistant
Make sure your sledge is in good condition
Tips, hints and links
Please refer to the latest report for up-to-date operating dates and details.
Saanersloch Bergstation, Saanerslochgrat, 3777 Saanenmöser (1936 m)
46.498098 N 7.337675 E
32T 372443 5150734
Saanersloch Talstation, Alte Strasse 2, 3777 Saanenmöser
Public transport friendly
The Destination Gstaad is located in the south-west of Switzerland right on the border to the French-speaking part of the country. The region is easily accessed by rail or car from the regions around Lake Thun and Lake Geneva and the Gruyere region Direct connections to the European high-speed rail network and all international airports in Switzerland guarantee a time-saving and pleasant journey.
The parking space is at the Saanersloch valley station against a fee.