The winter sports season starts in the Jungfrau Ski Region

On the weekend of 23/24 November 2019, the winter sports season begins in the Jungfrau Ski Region. With Grindelwald-Wengen and Mürren, two sub-areas and several facilities will be open.

After the intense storm and the ensuing snowfalls, the preparation of the slopes is running at full speed. In the areas of Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren-Schilthorn there are also several facilities in operation over the coming weekend. Last weekend we had a severe storm, which prevented the planned start due to snow removal and cleanup work.

The Wengernalp Railway runs every half hour from Grindelwald station. The following facilities are in operation this weekend: Lauberhorn, Wixi, Arven, Honegg, Riggli, Muttleren and Kandahar chairlifts as well as the corresponding slopes. Current information about open facilities, slopes and trails on the weekend of 23/24 November and the operating times of the Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren-Schilthorn ski areas is available at the following link: www.jungfrau.ch/winter

Skipass avaialble for 666 Swiss francs until mid-December

After the success of the first two winter seasons, the Top4 skipass for the four largest Bernese ski areas will be available at the pre-sale price again this year. The special offer of 666 Swiss francs is available until 15 December 2019. The joint subscription of the Jungfrau ski region, Adelboden-Lenk, Meiringen-Hasliberg and Gstaad will be available for SFR 950 from 16 December. Holders of the new Sportpass also receive a 33% price reduction on overnight stays from Sunday to Thursday in selected hotels at their destinations. For further information, please visit www.top4.ski

Outlook for GGM opening and BOB station

From mid-December, winter sports fans will be able to enjoy the new Grindelwald-Männlichen (GGM) aerial gondola. On Saturday 14 December, the new 10-person aerial gondola will be in operation. It can be easily reached by public transport, via the new Grindelwald Terminal railway station.