Already the first glimpse of the summit station designed by architect Mario Botta is spectacular. Immediately, a stunning panorama of no fewer than 24 snow-capped 4,000-metre giants reveals itself: Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau, Matterhorn, Grand Combin and even Mont Blanc in the distance.
Gstaad – connecting to the GoldenPass scenic route.
With the new GoldenPass Express, visitors benefit from a direct train connection from Montreux (1 h 30 min) or Interlaken (1 h 35 min) to Gstaad. From there, a PostBus takes them to the cableway valley station of the Glacier 3000 in only 30 minutes. So, even the journey there turns into a great experience. Incidentally, lockers are available for the luggage at Gstaad station.
- Altitude: 2,965 m a.s.l.
- Arrival: Gstaad is the connecting station on the GoldenPass line. PostBus from Gstaad or Les Diablerets to Col du Pillon, then cableway to mountain station Glacier 3000
- Travel duration to summit: 15 minutes
- Attractions: Peak Walk by Tissot – the world’s first suspension footbridge spanning the deep between two peaks, dog sled rides, snow bus (upon request), hiking on the glacier plateau, Alpine Coaster (Europe’s highest toboggan run, only during the summer months), climbing park Gemskopf, summer loipe (cross-country ski track) and helicopter glacier flight, new rooftop terrace with the view on more than 24 summits over 4’000 meters (including Matterhorn, Mont-Blanc and Jungfrau)
- Specials: Circular restroom window with the most beautiful view
- Website: Glacier 3000