Jungfrau Ski Region

3 resorts in one:
Grindelwald-Wengen, Grindelwald-First and Mürren-Schilthorn

Grindelwald-First skiing

Two valleys, three mountain ranges and 211 kilometres of perfectly prepared pistes. In the Jungfrau ski region snow fans can enjoy activities of all types and be in their element. The winter paradise with the backdrop of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau offers skiers and snowboarders everything their hearts desire: gentle slopes, steep drops, snow and fun parks, racing tracks and powder parties.

Operation data Jungfrau Ski Region

Kleine Scheidegg: 16.11.24 - 27.04.25
Männlichen: 07.12.24 - 06.04.25
Grindelwald-First: 14.12.24 - 30.03.25
Mürren-Schilthorn: 07.12.24 - 21.04.25 (Weekend operation 16./17.11 & 23./24.11. & 30.11/01.12.24))
Opening hours winter sports facilities (Click on facility in the map) | Live slope data 
(Operating hours subject to change)

Jungfrau Ski Region

1034 - 2970 m.a.s.l.

  • (2970 )

Winter sports in front of the most beautiful panorama of Switzerland

Discover the highlights of the Jungfrau Ski Region!

  • Lauberhorn Original Race Course for all

    Lauberhorn Original Race Course for all

    In the Grindelwald-Wengen region, which is served by the Eiger Express, an exquisite highlight awaits courageous skiers: Lauberhorn LIVE. Experienced skiers can try their hand at the original course of the world-famous Lauberhorn downhill run – in the footsteps of the stars, metre by metre.

    • 2'315 - 1'287 m
  • First Flyer: Through the air at 84 km/h

    First Flyer: Through the air at 84 km/h

    The First Flyer is a Flying Fox variant that guarantees boundless freedom and high speeds. Perfectly secured, up to four people whiz along the 800 metre long steel cable from First to Schreckfeld at a top speed of 84 kilometres per hour. In winter too!

    • 2,166 – 1,956 m
    • Time required ~ 10 minutes
  • The snowboarding and freeskiing paradise

    The snowboarding and freeskiing paradise

    The Grindelwald-First Snowpark: a 130-metre halfpipe and two parks with different levels of difficulty for the snowboarding and freeskiing community, an attractive course for the ski cross fans.
    • 2,500 m
  • Big Pintenfritz: Longest toboggan run in the world

    Big Pintenfritz: Longest toboggan run in the world

    Those who hike from the First mountain station to the Faulhorn on sledges in winter are rewarded twice over: with the unique panorama of the Bernese Alps covered in deep snow and with the view of the longest sled run (15 km) in the world.
    • 2’552 - 1'153 m
    • Time required ~ 3.5 hours (incl. toboggan ride)
  • Winter hike Männlichen - Kleine Scheidegg

    Winter hike Männlichen - Kleine Scheidegg

    The Jungfrau Region is well equipped with routes for passionate winter hikers. One of the most beautiful is undoubtedly the winter hiking trail from Männlichen to Kleine Scheidegg. From Berghaus Männlichen, the snow-covered trail leads past the foot of the Tschuggen. The Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau are always there.

    • 2'222 - 2'061 m
    • Time required ~ 2 hours 45 minutes
  • “First View” vantage platform

    “First View” vantage platform

    Nine different perspectives on the diverse Alpine ring of the Bernese Oberland. This is what the First View vantage platform offers at the top of the First summit high above Grindelwald. And each excerpt is breathtaking in its uniqueness. All year round.

    • 2'194 m
    • Time required ~ 20 minutes
  • First Glider: Fly like an eagle

    First Glider: Fly like an eagle

    The First Glider is an eagle that lets up to four passengers soar through the snowy mountain landscape at high speed. First it is pulled up backwards from Schreckfeld to First at a speed of 72 km/h. The return journey reaches speeds of 83 km/h.

    • 2,166 – 1,956 m
    • Time required ~ 15 minutes
  • Jungfrau Eiger Run: varied sledging safari

    Jungfrau Eiger Run: varied sledging safari

    A sledging trip could not be more varied than the 13-kilometre route from the Eigergletscher station to Grindelwald. One moment you are fascinated by the view of the Bernese Alps, the next by the mighty north face of the Eiger. Leisurely forest passages alternate with gradients of up to 36 per cent. Everyone will get their money’s worth.

    • 2'320 - 943 m
    • Time required ~ 70 minutes
  • Ski school Jungfrau: Männlichen Children's Paradise

    Ski school Jungfrau: Männlichen Children's Paradise

    Located right next to the Männlichen summit station at a snow-sure 2,232 metres above sea level, the little ones can playfully learn to make turns, brake and gradually master their skis in the Männlichen Children’s Paradise. They are guided and accompanied by an experienced team. This is how the fun of snow sports begins.

    • 2'232 m
  • Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe

    Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe

    Icy air sweeps over your face, snow crunches underfoot, and the panorama almost takes your breath away: on one side the view of the Swiss Mittelland towards the Vosges, on the other the Aletsch Glacier, lined with four thousand metre peaks. Standing on the Jungfraujoch, you can feel it with your first step: this is a different world. It's one you have to experience.

    • 3'454 m
  • Lauberhorn Ski Races: Downhill of superlatives

    Lauberhorn Ski Races: Downhill of superlatives

    With a track length of 4,480 metres, the Lauberhorn descent is the longest descent in alpine ski racing, and it’s one of the craziest to boot. Key place names like Minschkante, Kernen S and Russi-Sprung hint at the past events of this descent. Experience it live in mid-January.

    • 17. - 19.01.25
  • Paradise for ski tours
    Hollandia Huette Ski Tour with a View from Langgletscher

    Paradise for ski tours

    The Jungfraujoch is the best starting point for a superlative ski tour. This is where touring skiers start their excursions into the wonderful Aletsch region. The conditions for a ski tour in this huge white carpet are best in spring. Then ski touring fans can take the early staff trains.

NEWS from the Jungfrau Ski Region

  • Park+Ride Matten bei Interlaken

    Park+Ride Matten bei Interlaken

    For day visitors to the Jungfrau Ski Region travelling by car, we recommend using the new Matten b. Interlaken stop: park at the P+R and enjoy direct public transport connections to the ski area. Environmentally friendly and comfortable.
  • Car park live status

    Car park live status

    Find out about the current car park occupancy rate online here at jungfrau.ch  – in comfort from home or on the move. Arrive stress-free with the Jungfrau Region car park guidance system.
  • Wengen shuttle train

    Now you can simply take the luggage trolley with you on the train: The modern Wengen Shuttle makes travelling between Lauterbrunnen and Wengen a more pleasant experience than ever. No matter whether you are planning a longer stay in Wengen or want to return to the valley after skiing.
  • Direct connection Zurich - Interlaken Ost

    Direct connection Zurich - Interlaken Ost

    With the new direct connection, the snowman Böögg can finally travel from Zurich to the Jungfrau Ski Region without changing trains! So he packs his suitcase and off he goes into the snow.
  • Eiger Express & Grindelwald Terminal

    Eiger Express & Grindelwald Terminal

    Ultra-modern terminal and Eiger Express tricable car. The Eiger Express tricable car will take you from Grindelwald Terminal to the Eigergletscher station in just 15 minutes.

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