Over 50 kilometres of sledging runs: 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.

Winter passes

  • Single and multi-day pass (1–7 days) excl. Jungfraujoch
    From CHF 58 (1-day pass)

    Single and multi-day pass (1–7 days) excl. Jungfraujoch

    Whether hiking or sledging with the «Hiking and Sledging Pass for 1–7 days», you can enjoy (nearly) unlimited hiking and sledging.
    • Available from 01.12.23 - 30.04.24
    • Single and multi-day pass (1-7 days)
  • Unlimited Jungfrau Winter Pass
    Evening-morning mood, experience activities, Jungfraujoch, Jungfraujoch-Top-of-Europe, Plateau, summer, relationships, winter,
    From CHF 399 (Season pass)

    Unlimited Jungfrau Winter Pass

    Any number of trips within the area of validity throughout the season, including unlimited trips to the Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe with the «Unlimited Jungfrau Winter Pass».

    • Available from 01.12.23 - 30.04.24 |
    • Season pass

Sledging runs in the Jungfrau Ski Region with a live status overview

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Sledging in front of the most beautiful panorama of Switzerland

Discover the highlights of the Jungfrau Ski Region!

  • 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
  • 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)
  • Ritas Speedway Männlichen - Holenstein
    Schlitteln Ritas Speedway Maennlichen Grindelwald Eiger

    Ritas Speedway Männlichen - Holenstein

    Männlichen not only offers impressive views, but also a fast-paced toboggan run on Rita’s Speedway. The tour starts at the mountain station. The route then leads over 1,000 metres to the Holenstein middle station. A fantastic view of the mountain range from the Eiger to the Wetterhorn is always with you.

    • 2'229 - 1'620 m
    • Time required ~ 15 minutes
  • Fox Run: Tobogganing next to the Lauberhorn downhill run

    Fox Run: Tobogganing next to the Lauberhorn downhill run

    The Lauberhorn downhill is one of the most demanding downhill races. The 4.5-kilometre toboggan run right next to it is also challenging and just as well prepared. If you’re as tactically astute as a fox on the Fox Run, you’ll really step on the gas after the start on Wengernalp and cross the finish line at Wengen station at high speed.

    • 2'062 - 1'274 m
    • Time required ~ 25 minutes
  • Jungfrau Eiger Run by Night
    From CHF 19

    Jungfrau Eiger Run by Night

    Even by day, the Jungfrau Eiger Run is a very special tobogganing experience. It is even more spectacular to take the illuminated route from Alpiglen to Brandegg under your fast wheels at night. And after 3.5 kilometres to recharge your batteries over a fondue and race down the course again.

    • 1'619 - 1'337 m
    • Time required ~ 10 minutes
  • First - Schreckfeld - Bort
    Grindelwald First Eiger Schreckhorn Firstbahn Schnee

    First - Schreckfeld - Bort

    The toboggan run from Grindelwald-First via Schreckfeld to Bort is a real challenge. On the first section to Schreckfeld parallel to the ski slope, the route alternates between steep and less steep passages. The second part begins at a rather leisurely pace, but then leads into a fast final ride to Bort station. 

    • 2'166 - 1'560 m
    • Time required ~ 20 minutes
  • Rent a sledge now at INTERSPORT Rent
    Kleine Scheidegg Eiger Run Personen am Schlitteln von der Seite

    Rent a sledge now at INTERSPORT Rent

    You can find the right toboggan, sledge or Velogemel at one of the five Intersport Rent Network locations in Grindelwald, on Männlichen or on First.

    • Grindelwald, Männlichen & First

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