Skiing at Lauberhorn and lunch on Jungfraujoch: Holders of a Grindelwald-Wengen Winter Sportpass of three days validity, can buy a connecting ticket to the Top of Europe for 49 francs from Saturday, 10 December. As per the timetable change of 11 December 2016, winter sports guests can reach the Jungfraujoch in 25 minutes, thanks to the shorter travel time from the Eiger Glacier. After arriving at 3,454 metres above sea level, the host will give you a glass of champagne or orange juice. At the plateau, you can also expect the highest altitude Christmas tree in Europe of this size.
Continuous winter sports operation in Grindelwald-Wengen
Since the start of December, some winter sports facilities in the Grindelwald-Wengen area are also in operation during the week. From Saturday, 10 December 2016, additional railways and thus the majority of facilities will be continuously open throughout the winter sports season. For beginners, there are also ski training slopes available at Kleine Scheidegg from the coming weekend.
To the Top of Europe every half hour
Travel at higher speeds is possible on the Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch stretch with the new rolling stock. The round trip to Jungfraujoch has therefore been shortened since the timetable change by half an hour and, thanks to the increased comfort for guests, improved in quality. From 11 December, trains return from Interlaken Ost to Jungfraujoch every half hour throughout the year.
Grindelwald-Wengen wintersport facilities are in continuous operation from 10 December:
- Feeder lines Wengernalp Railway, Jungfrau Railway
- Feeder lines Männlichen Railway
- Lauberhorn chairlift
- Arven chairlift
- Eiger North Face chairlift
- Läger chairlift
- Männlichen chairlift
- Wixi chairlift and Honegg chairlift (SAT/SUN)
- Kleine Scheidegg ski training slopes
Further information on winter sports operation atwww.jungfrau.ch/wintersportinfo
Patrizia Bickel, Corporate Communications Manager +41 79 222 53 10