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Grindelwald Ski & Ride

Grindelwald Eiger

44 lifts and cable cars invite you to come and have fun in the snow. The three regions of Grindelwald-First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren Schilthorn open up far over 200 km of slopes, including six to twelve kilometre-long runs down to the valley of various degrees of difficulty. A total of over 50% of the slopes are equipped with snow-making machines.

Kleine Scheidegg, an eldorado for skiers, lies in the heart of the Jungfrau Region at the foot of the world-famous Eiger north face. This, the largest ski region in the area comprises over 19 modern lifts and 110 km of perfectly prepared runs, and therefore belongs to the most popular winter sport regions in Switzerland. The region is accessible from both Grindelwald and Wengen. On Kleine Scheidegg the world-famous Lauberhorn run is an absolute must for all experienced skiers and snowboarders.

The sunny slopes in the First area offer mainly easy to intermediate runs. For winter sport novices and families there is a separate “slow zone“ of 2 kilometres in length.

Mürren-Schilthorn, located between 1650 and 3000 metres, is the highest winter sport area in the Bernese Oberland and guarantees top snow conditions right into spring. The 12 km-long black Inferno Run, with a descent of over 2000 metres, is an abolsute highlight. Freeriders never cease to be impressed by the 30 to 45 degree off-piste slopes.

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Grindelwald is the winter sport resort of superlatives and also the biggest village in the Jungfrau Region. With its 3 areas First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren-Schilthorn Grindelwald offers unlimited fun on the slopes.


It doesn't matter whether it's the "30 limit" slope for beginners or the longest FIS World Cup downhill ski run for experts. The ski areas around Grindelwald offer the perfect thing for everyone. A total of 213 km of groomed slopes and 44 lifts are at your disposal.


Slopes in the Jungfrau Region

·          Easy slopes (blue marked): 69.6 km, 35%

·          Number: 26

·          Intermediate slopes (red marked): 97.2 km, 45%

·          Number: 37

·          Difficult slopes (black marked): 34.1 km, 15%

·          Number: 14

·          Unprepared downhill runs (yellow marked): 10.2 km, 5%

·          Number: 2

·          Total 213 km, Number:81






Grindelwald is a paradise for not only skiers, but also excites the heart of snowboarders. The latter can have fun on the countless slopes but, above all, in the snowboard parks on Grindelwald-First and Mürren-Schilthorn.


In the parks, various installations such as kickers, rails, steep corners, waves and dips await both experts and beginners. With its radius of 5.5 m the superpipe on Schreckfeld is one of the biggest and best halfpipes in Switzerland. After the snowboarding the various après-ski bars invite you in, and those wishing to party until the early hours of the morning have the choice between bars with live music and nightclubs. It is therefore no surprise that numerous professional Swiss snowboarders have declared the Jungfrau Region as their Eldorado, where they can test and improve their skills in the best conditions throughout the winter season. At the same time the region offers both tradition and trends.


Nordic Skiing

The Alpine topography of the Jungfrau Region offers little space for Nordic cross-country skiing. The views of the mountains, though, are all the more spectacular.


In the Lauterbrunnen valley the 12 km track from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg leads along the Weissen Lütschine River and frozen waterfalls as far as the Upper Lauterbrunnen valley (classical and skating). In Grindelwald the 17 kms of track in Grindelwald Grund offer something for all levels of ability.

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