Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad

Once again Gstaad will become the center of attention of the tennis world in summer during the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open. During that time the population increases from 2,600 to 46,000 persons.

In July, Gstaad will once again become the center of attention of the tennis world at the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open. The event is often referred to as "Wimbledon of the Alps".

Magnificent views from the Hundsrügg

Classic mountain route from the Jaunpass over the Hundrügg to the Rellerligrat peak

The mountain walk from the Jaunpass over the Hundsrügg to the Rellerligrat peak is one of the classic high-altitude routes in the Bernese Oberland, offering both colourful alpine meadows and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Your gaze is drawn irresistibly to the chain of peaks including the Gastlosen, the Sattelspitzen, the impressive Wandfluh and the Zuckerspitz.

Posthotel Rössli

Since 1922 the oldest guesthouse in Gstaad has been owned by the Widmer family.

Since 1922 the oldest guesthouse in Gstaad has been owned by the Widmer family. Individual rooms with much wood, two family rooms, some rooms with a balcony and all with TV, hairdryer and telephone. The attractive Posthotel, originally built in chalet-style, has recently undergone renovation. Further features include two restaurants serving Swiss specialities, homemade delicacies and generous buffet breakfasts.