Lenk offers a variety of summer and winter activities/ Sports:
The ski areas around Lenk in the Simmental offer 50 Ski lifts and a network of skiing slopes extending to 185 kilometres. The Metschbahn cableway provides access to the entire Adelboden – Lenk ski region with numerous simple to medium-difficulty slopes, wide carving slopes, interesting snowboard parks as well as a permanent skiing race runs.
The ski area on the Betelberg is smaller and more suited to families. A 3-km-long toboggan run leads from the Leiterli mountain station to the Stoss half-way station. It is a children's paradiese.
Corss-country skiing is well served with 77 km ski trails, and 74 km of winter walking trails adds to the attraction of the Lenk winter paradise. At St. Stephan, there are connections to the expansive ski area of Gstaad-Saanenland. The family ski area by the Jaun pass near Boltigen and the family-friendly Rossberg ski lift can best be characterised as small and idyllic.
The area offers other sporting options, such as sledging, snowboarding, skating, curling, horseback riding, and many more.
The Simme River originates from several white-foaming rock clefts – the so-called ‘seven sources’ beneath the Plaine Morte Glacier on the Rezlialp. United with water from the Wildhorn massif, which plummets down 100 m over the impressive Iffigen falls, the young Simme is born. A circular walk leads past the Iffigen falls to the «seven sources» and to the Simmen falls.
The Simmen valley offers a mammoth 600 km of walking trails, including several themed trails such as the Lynx and Marmot Trail on the Betelberg, a Zen Trail and the Alpine Flower Trail with 95 plant species. 290 km of mountain bike trails, tennis and beach volleyball courts, an indoor and outdoor pool provide for fun, sport and variety.
In addition to walking and trekking, there are possibilities for swimming, horseback riding, bicycling, biking, tennis, paragliding and Golf which is10 Km away in Gstaad/Saanenmöser.
Excursions by car: Gstaad within 30 minutes, Geneva in 2.5 hours, Bern in 1.5 hours, Zürich in 2 hours.