The Videmanette Piste is the longest run in the Gstaad ski region – the descent to Rougemont is a whopping 10 km long. The piste has several great carving areas with some more level sections in between.
The ski areas around Gstaad are known for their gentle terrain and enjoyable descents. However, the pistes in the vicinity of the distinctive and jagged Le Rubli are somewhat different. They are located in an almost Alpine landscape and place higher demands on skiers. For all this, the Videmanette Piste is by no means an insurmountable challenge. The upper third is marked in red, and the rest in blue. Hence, less experienced skiers can also have fun out on these slopes.
Starting point: La Videmanette (2151 m a.s.l.)
Accessibility of starting point: mountain train
Destination: Rougemont (951 m a.s.l.)
Altitude difference: 1200 Meter
Level of difficulty: medium (normal slope)
Food and beverages: at the start, on the way and at the end