In just two and a half minutes the fastest skiers thunder down the Lauberhorn descent at an average speed of 110 km/h. At a more leisurely pace, the longest downhill run in alpine ski racing can be explored on foot in summer. So there is plenty of time to enjoy the wonderful view of the Eiger, the Mönch and the Jungfrau, to admire the steepness of the slopes and the key points of the World Cup route. From the starting house over the Hundschopf and the Brüggli-S to the Hanneggschuss down to Wengen: Information boards provide information about the daredevil slope at the most important points. Only those who have covered this route once on foot know how much courage it takes to do it on skis.