Hiking and sledging pass

  • 01.12.23 - 30.04.24
  • Available as a 1- to 7-day pass
Maennlichen Familie Schlittelweg grad Eiger Moench Jungfrau

In the winter, the Jungfrau Region is not only great for skiing, but also offers well-groomed hiking trails and sledging runs. Whether hiking or sledging – with the Jungfrau Region Hiking and Sledging Pass for one to seven days, you can enjoy (nearly) unlimited hiking and sledging.

Area of validity of hiking and sledging pass

Prices (in CHF per person)

Validity Adults Youth (16-19 years) Children (6-15 years)Junior or Children's Co-Travelcard pass not valid.
1 58.- 46.- 30.-
2 114.- 91.- 58.-
3 168.- 134.- 83.-
4 204.- 163.- 102.-
5 234.- 187.- 116.-
6 259.- 207.- 130.-
7 282.- 226.- 141.-

Highlight Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe

With a Hiking & Sledging Pass (from 3 days) you receive the “Top Ticket” for CHF 63 for the journey to the Jungfraujoch. 

For the journey to the Jungfraujoch on weekends, we recommend that you reserve a seat. Secure your paid seat (CHF 10 per person) at jungfrau.ch/reservation

  • Winter hiking

    Winter hiking

    Hiking in winter has a particular appeal. On prepared paths, all you can hear is the scrunch of your shoes. It's a lot more peaceful to stomp along the soft whiteness wearing snowshoes. Off the beaten track of the hustle and bustle of the pistes, snow hikers between Mürren, Männlichen and Grindelwald are immersed in enchanting winter landscapes surrounded by solemn silence.
    • Grindelwald-Wengen, Grindelwald-First, Mürren-Schilthorn
  • Sledging


    No matter what appeals to sledging fans, they will find all their tastes catered for in the Jungfrau region. Those who enjoy tactical manoeuvres take the fox run next to the Lauberhorn route to Wengen. Enthusiasts who appreciate sledging diversity will find it in Mürren and on Männlichen. Perservere in the hike from Grindelwald-First to Faulhorn and you'll be rewarded with the longest descent in the world. And those who are really lusting after adventure must take to the Jungfrau Eiger run - at night.
    • Grindelwald-Wengen, Grindelwald-First, Mürren-Schilthorn
    • Night sledging takes place from Thursday to Saturday

Frequently asked questions

  • Area of validity: on which routes and railways is the Hiking and sledging Pass valid?

    • Interlaken Ost - Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald
    • Grindelwald - First 
      Continuous ski operation
      16.12.23 - 01.04.24
    • Skibus Grindelwald (not valid with the 1-day hiking and sledging pass. Valid with the 2–7-day hiking and sledging pass)
    • Grindelwald - Bussalp (not valid with the 1-day hiking and sledging pass. Valid with the 2–7-day hiking and sledging pass)
    • Grindelwald - Kleine Scheidegg - Lauterbrunnen (not valid from 17.47 h for the Jungfrau Eiger Run. However, you will receive a discounted “Jungfrau Eiger Run evening ticket”)
    • Grindelwald Terminal - Männlichen (09.12.23 - 07.04.24)
    • Kleine Scheidegg - Eigergletscher (with a Hiking & Sledging Pass from 3 days you receive the “Top Ticket” for CHF 63 for the journey to the Jungfraujoch)
    • Ski lift Arven (Kleine Scheidegg)
    • Ski lift Innerwengen (Wengen)
    • Cable car Wengen - Männlichen (09.12.23 - 07.04.24)
    • Cable car Lauterbrunnen - Grütschalp
    • Grütschalp - Winteregg - Mürren
    • Mürren - Allmendhubel
    • Ski lift Schiltgrat (Mürren)
    • Local bus Lauterbrunnen
    • Bus Lauterbrunnen - Stechelberg
    • Schilthornbahn Stechelberg - Mürren (with a hiking & sledging pass for 3 days or more you will receive a 50% discount on the Mürren-Schilthorn route)
    • Grindelwald Terminal - Eigergletscher (Eiger Express)
  • Refund: Do I get a refund in the event of an incident?

    The Jungfrau Ski Region does not give refunds on sport passes purchased in the event of a service interruption, accident or illness.

    You can take out cancellation insurance for CHF 9 during the skipass ordering process. If you are not able to take a trip or have to abandon it because of a serious illness, major pregnancy complications, serious injury or death, the cancellation insurance will assume contractually owed costs up to the arranged sum insured. If you have any questions about cover or cancellations, you can contact the Mobiliar claims department directly [email protected]

  • Timetable information

    Please check the current timetable information at jungfrau.ch/timetable before each departure. We reserve the right to make changes.

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