Fairy tale winter

Snow crystals glisten in the icy winter air. Only the crunching footsteps can be heard in the silence and the muffled sound of snow falling from pine branches. Up on the mountain, the windows of an alpine cabin are brightly lit. It's no longer far from a hot chocolate or mulled wine. This is how our winter fairy tale goes. And yours?

Winterwandern Wetterhorn Schreckhorn Eiger Panorama
Schlitteln Winter Berner Oberland
Bussalp Restaurant Eigernordwand Moench Jungfrau Winter

Sledging and winter hiking

Power lies in peace. And in the bend - speed down the mountain on fast runners, stamp through snowy landscapes or both at the same time? With the mountain railways, you can combine winter hiking and sledging in a wide variety of ways.

For example, the tour over the Faulhorn, from Grindelwald-First by foot and then a 15 kilometre descent into the valley. Or non-stop sledging, including at night, on the steep Eiger run below the Eiger North Wall. The Eiger trail gives you more opportunity to observe the wall of all Alpine north walls. Even better is the view over the Royal Walk with its incomparable 360-degree panorama.

White adventure on Grindelwald-First

Losing your footing is great fun on First. The Flying Fox (zip wire) First Flyer and its addition of the First Glider, with the appearance of a bird of prey, hurtle into the valley at up to 80 kilometres an hour. That hardly leaves time to observe the winter landscape views. You can make up for this on the First Cliff Walk hanging bridge Or on one of the winter hikes and sledging excursions starting on First. 

Grindelwald Winter Abendstimmung
Grindelwald Winter Stall Maettenberg
Wengen Winter Panorama Alpen
Wengernalpbahn Station Wengernalp Winter

Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren – villages, both cosy and chic

Saunter between snow-covered chalets. Admire clocks, pen-knives and sports clothing in the shop windows. Stop for a bite at the local fondue establishment, catch some sun on the terrace or have a drink in a fancy bar. Relax and unwind in our villages of Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren. You can combine comfort with sophisticated charm and there are hardly any cars.

Everyone can use these slopes

Skiing at the foot of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau involves one ticket, three ski areas and 206 kilometres of slopes for carvers, freestyle fans and pleasure skiers. On your boards, get set, go!

Winter - Resort - Jungfrau Ski Region - Resort Plan
  • Mürren Schilthorn
  • Grindelwald Wengen
  • Grindelwald First
  • Jungfraujoch
  • Jungfrau
  • Mönch
  • Eiger
Jungfrau Ski Region

Pipes and pistes for every taste

Steep or wide, comfortable or sporty? The 206 kilometres of slopes around the Jungfrau offer something for everyone. Freestylers are drawn to the parks on Grindelwald-First. Serious sports enthusiasts measure their time on the Lauberhorn course in the Kleine Scheidegg ski region. And of course, there are the many pleasure slopes! They are enjoyed by beginners and carvers alike.