Ski Rougemont by Train

62 km of piste between 992-2284m

Rougemont is a quiet unassuming village named after the red rocks nearby. It gives good road and rail access to the second largest terrain in the Gstaad Mountain Rides network with a fast gondola station. From La Videmanette you ski or snowboard down to Chalberhöni and enter German-speaking Switzerland - this is surely the only ski area in the world where a run takes you between French and German-speaking areas. After the Chalberhöni chairlift to Eggli you then have access to some lovely blue runs. The whole area is pretty good for snowboarders, despite a limited park, with no flats to speak of and mostly avoidable surface lifts. You do need to take one pretty easy (and scenic pretty) T-bar lift for a short section to get back to Rougemont, or you can always hop on the Montreux-Oberland Bernois-Bahn (MOB) back from Saanen.

Ski Rougemont by train

Best of the Slopes at Rougemont

There is a 10k run to the bottom station from Videmanette, officially blue but probably a challenge for early intermediates. The black run off Vorderes Eggli is very easy, and much preferable to the blue alternative, particularly if snow cover is not good.

Getting to Rougemont by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Rougemont. Station 10 minutes to gondola - left out of station, then cross the railway track and roundabout. Note that the lift pass is good for local buses and the railway as far as Rossinière. Stations at Saanenmöser, Schönried and Saanen are all only a few minutes walk from valley stations. The Snow'n'Rail scheme gives you a lift pass with access for all of Gstaad Mountain Rides, but local passes just for the sector are also available.

Piste Map for Rougemont

Ski and Snowboard on the pistes at Rougemont