4 Top Ski Regions, 666 kilometres of slopes, 1 Ski Pass
Benefit from this great offer! The Top4 Ski Pass will be valid throughout the entire ski season on all lifts and slopes of the four ski areas Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg.
More pistes, more options and more fun! The Top4 Ski Pass is available now. A total of 666 km of piste await winter sports enthusiasts.
Anyone who has a Top4 Ski Pass will pay less in selected hotels between Sunday and Thursday in the Top4 ski areas Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg, as well as in Interlaken and Kandersteg.
The Adelboden-Lenk ski area offers both beginners and advanced skiers and boarders 205 km of pure fun on the piste – and world-class quality with every turn. Three different ski cross parks, two ski video sections and the sledging park offer variety, action and fun. And freestyle fanatics can get that adrenaline kick they crave in the popular Gran Masta Fun Park at Hahnenmoos with all its numerous jumps and rails. In addition to 205 km of piste, snow sports enthusiasts will have a hard time choosing from so many options, including 190 km of winter hiking trails, 10 sledging runs and 118 km of cross-country ski trails.
The joys of winter await. Whether you have come for sports or for a more relaxed time, the winter wonderland of Gstaad is sure to work its magic on you. 195 kilometres of fun on the slopes, nestled in superb scenery at around 2,100 metres above sea level. The region’s attractions include the Rinderberg Ronda, a ski safari across three mountains and valleys, its direct connections with public transport, and its delightful variety of mountain inns with Alpine charm.
The Jungfrau Ski Region offers everything a winter sports enthusiast’s heart desires with 206 km of piste against the world-famous backdrop of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Choose from challenging runs down the original World Cup route of the legendary Lauberhorn, wide and gentle or steep slopes, and various snow and fun parks. Freestylers will find unbeatable conditions in the Grindelwald-First area with its White Elements Park and one of the few super-pipes in Switzerland. The Schilthorn area is a mecca for freeriders and offers plenty of phenomenal freeride descents, including the notorious Totenkopf. For winter hikers and sledging fans, there’s more than 100 km of groomed runs, with the classic Faulhorn, Eigerrun, Rittas Speedrun and Apollo. To top it all off, visitors can enjoy events that include the international Lauberhorn, Inferno race and Snowpenair.
Children and adults will never have a dull day in the Meiringen-Hasliberg ski area with its 60 km of piste, 7 km of sledging runs, 25 km of hiking trails, cross-country trails and the Skihäsliland practice area. Other highlights include night skiing every Friday from mid-January to mid-March, and night sledging every Wednesday from late January to early March – both on the illuminated piste from Mägisalp to Reuti/Bidmi. Racers will appreciate Skirennzentrum Hasliberg with its permanent safety nets and mobile safety material, time-keeping equipment, snowmakers and sound system. The perfect setting for thrilling company or club races.