Bernese Oberland

Turbach Valley

The idyllic tributary valley of Gstaad is a wonderful destination for excursions at any time of year. It is accessible all year round from Gstaad on Postbus route 182.

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Bird's eye view of the Turbach Valley with Turbach

The TurbachtalTarget not accessible is the ideal place for relaxing hours away from the hustle and bustle. Enjoy the idyllic valley with a leisurely walk, a hike or in winter cross-country skiing.

The Postbus (route 182Target not accessible) takes you from Gstaad to the Turbach Valley within a quarter of an hour. Climb aboard and enjoy the beautiful journey. Travelling by Postbus is free of charge with the Gstaad Card.


Summer activities

On the Turbach themed trailTarget not accessible, you can learn more about the valley and its geography and history. The circular trail takes around 2.5 hours and contains 14 information boards.

In the village of Gstaad, the slow-paced circular tour of Gstaad – Bissen – Turbach – GstaadTarget not accessible begins along the Louwibach and Turbach The trail leads via Bissen to Turbach and back to Gstaad. On the mountain trail, you can enjoy a beautiful view of Gstaad's mountain landscape with the Rübelhorn, Gummfluh and Stalden. The route can be shortened by taking Postbus route 182 in Turbach.

Winter activities

Turbach is also known for its cross-country skitrailTarget not accessible. This is where the training trail used by cross-country skier Nathalie von Sieenthal from Lauenen can be found.

You can enjoy a beautiful walk through the wintry landscape on the groomed winter circular hiking trailTarget not accessible. The circular trail covers a distance of around 5.48 km from Turbach to Wintermatte and back again.


Travel information

Gstaad–Turbach (route 182) timetable

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  • Runs daily
  • Bicycle transport: No transport option

Gstaad Card

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With the Gstaad Card, overnight guests can enjoy free public transport on designated routes between the Saanenland and Simmental. The Gstaad Card is valid all year.

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