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Saanenmöser

The Community of Saanenmöser

Saanenmöser is situated at 1.270 m above sea level in the canton of Bern. The community has 7.600 inhabitants and covers an area of 120 km². 

The Weather in Saanenmöser

Mean annual temperature is 4,8 degree Celsius, annual precipitation is 1.379 mm. Rainfall is at its highest in June at 148 mm, at its lowest in April and October at 95 mm. It’s warmest in July, coolest in January.

 

What’s on in Gstaad/Saanenmöser?

Gstaad boasts many top hotels and high-end restaurants. That is the reason why many international celebrities like to stay there. Every year Gstaad hosts many events and sport competitions, such as the famous tennis tournament “Swiss Open Gstaad 2015”. But also families and kids find a wide range of attractions at the holiday resort and in its charming neighbouring villages.
 
Gstaad offers you a great variety of recreational activities during the summer, including hiking, mountain-biking, climbing, summer tobogganing and rough water rafting on the river Saane. Even glacier cross-country skiing is possible during the summer at “Glacier 3000”. Explore the charming beauty of the protected area of Lauenensee with its waterfalls and upland moors!

 

 

What to know about the Gstaad skiing area?

Skiers and snowboarders – get ready! During the winter the skiing area is a true paradise! ”Gstaad Mountain Rides” is one of the largest and most snow-sure skiing destinations in Switzerland boasting 53 cable cars, 220 km of pistes and snow parks. Wilspile and Rinderberg offer floodlit pistes for night skiing. Experience adventurous activities such as glacier hiking and heli-skiing! If you are not into alpine skiing, perfectly groomed cross-country ski runs, toboggan runs and winter hiking trails are a perfect alternative.

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