Lenk in the beautiful Simmental valley is the less well-known of the resort area known as Adelboden-Lenk, but it has some advantages over it's more famous neighbour. It gives reasonable access to most of the terrain accessible from Adelboden (although you cannot ski back) and has some pleasant local slopes just above the village. Lenk is only a short train ride away to Zweiswimmen to access the Gstaad area. Lenk also has a spa and a couple of excellent restaurants specialising in the renowned local cuisine.
Best of the Slopes at Lenk i. S.
Lenk's longest piste is the 9km Tschuggen run on the Betelberg followed by the 7km run off Bergstation Mülkerblatten.
Getting to Lenk i. S. by Train
The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Lenk, Metschbahnen. It is possible to walk from Lenk station to the lifts, avoiding the need to use the bus.
Hotel Rustica, Frutigen (3*) Family run hotel, regarded highly locally for its cuisine, particularly fish specialities. $$ Tel: +41 336713071 http://www.rustica.ch
Hotel National, Frutigen Friendly, conveniently-located, family-run hotel with a good restaurant featuring Thai and European dishes on the menu and delicious home-made chocolates.. $$ Tel: +41 336711616 http://www.national-frutigen.ch
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