Red slopes

Red slopes

Varied runs for competent skiers

On the red slopes of the Bernese Oberland, there's something for everyone. Carving, ski cross, night-time skiing and World Cup slopes – plenty of action for more advanced skiers.
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The "La Videmanette" slope

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The "La Videmanette" slope – Destination Gstaad / © Destination Gstaad - Melanie Uhkoetter
La Videmanette, at 7.5 km long, is the longest slope in the Gstaad skiing area. The varied descent, with red and blue sections, covers a total vertical distance of 1160 metres. If you feel the need for rest and refreshment, there's the Buvette de Rubloz mountain restaurant beside the slope and a bar at the valley station.
Destination Gstaad
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The Krebs slope
The Krebs slope, Diemtigtal – Interlaken holiday region
The Springenboden is a small skiing area on the sunny slopes of the Diemtigtal, and the red "Krebs" slope is particularly popular. The piste takes you on a gently descending slope back down to the start of the ski lift. The skiing area is at an altitude of about 1500 metres and has everything families need for a happy day in the snow.
Springenboden in the Diemtigtal
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Slalom slope

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Slalom slope
Slalom slope, Niederhorn – Interlaken holiday region
The red slalom slope on the Niederhorn is steep and exciting. In other words, it's perfect for carvers who love to make wide, sweeping turns in the snow. And by the way, this small, family-friendly skiing area can be reached from Thun and Interlaken in just 20 minutes. An insiders' tip for families, at 1950 metres above sea level.
Niederhorn
The Sunshine slope
The Sunshine slope, Hasliberg – Jungfrau Region
The name says it all: the red Sunshine run is located on a sunny slope on the Hasliberg. It sweeps down from the Alpen Tower panoramic restaurant up at 2250 metres on the Planplatten all the way to Bidmi, with panoramic views along the way. In the middle is the Gummen alpine hut, always worth a visit.
Meiringen-Hasliberg
 The Palace slope
The Palace slope, Mürren – Jungfrau Region
The red Palace slope takes you from the Allmendhubel at 1907 metres all the way round the side of the mountain and down to Mürren. For a relaxed aperitif or some après-ski, there's the unusual Gondelbar at the Jungfrau Hotel right beside the piste. It serves imaginative drinks and has seating and standing room for about 20 people.
Mürren-Schilthorn
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The Oberjoch slope

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 The Oberjoch slope
The Oberjoch slope, Grindelwald-First – Jungfrau Region
More advanced skiers can try the red slope from Oberjoch, which features a photo point at the start and fantastic views of the First skiing area, Grindelwald, Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen, and takes you down to the First cable car station. There's a separate "Tempo 30" zone where you're guaranteed some enjoyable, relaxed skiing.
Grindelwald-First
World Cup slope on the Chuenisbärgli
World Cup slope on the Chuenisbärgli, Adelboden
The Chuenisbärgli in the Bernese Oberland has been one of the venues for the Skiing World Cup in Adelboden for over 50 years. On the same red run used by the world's elite skiers, in February there's night skiing every Friday, with a laser and snow sports show – and, with a bit of luck, moonlight!
Silleren-Chuenisbärgli
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Ski cross spectacular

Adelboden Sillerenbühl
Ski cross spectacular
Skicross, Adelboden
On the red slope at the AUDI Skicross Park Adelboden Sillerenbühl, up to four skiers at a time can race from top to bottom to see who is fastest. It's enormous fun for fans of banked curves, bumps and jumps.
Adelboden Sillerenbühl

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