In Gstaad, tennis courses are available year round, and next to the courts is an indoor, olympic-sized swimming-pool with sunbeds, sauna and massage facilities. All buildings are in the traditional alpine style, as set out by the local laws. For summer walkers, the ski resorts have chair, cable and funicular access to the higher slopes. Those who like to keep their summer cool can visit Switzerland’s Jungfrau ice palace, an illuminated skating-rink carved out of ice on the ridge of an 11,330 foot pass. It is reached by the Jungfrau-joch railway and husky dog-sleds. St. Moritz has an imaginative tourist board that will suggest a wide range of activities.