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 Eiger run - at night.

Status of tobogganing and hiking trails Grindelwald-Wengen
Status of tobogganing and hiking trails Grindelwald-First
Status of tobogganing and hiking trails Mürren-Schilthorn

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  • Hiking and sledging pass
    Hiking Sledging Pass Grindelwald Wengen

    Hiking and sledging pass

    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.