Altitude: 796-2970 Meters

Jungfrau Region in short

  • Vast, varied ski area
  • Great for beginner and intermediate skiers
  • Outstanding off-piste skiing

The Jungfrau Region is made up of the ski resorts of Grindelwald, Interlaken, Wengen, Mürren, Lauterbrunnen and Beatenberg. With nearly 230km of pristine ski slopes offering something for every level and taste, the ski resorts in the Jungfrau linked ski area are excellent choices for any kind of ski holidays, from family ski holidays to groups of expert skiers looking for some thrills. From Grindelwald, there are links to the First ski area, as well as directly into the Wengen ski area at Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen. Mürren is also easily accessible with the same Jungfrau ski pass.

There are over 70km of blue runs in the Jungfrau Region but it's the red runs that win first prize with nearly 120km of varied runs for intermediate skiers to sink their teeth into. The World Cup piste at Wengen is a must for experienced skiers. Grindelwald, the largest ski resort in the Jungfrau ski area, provides extensive skiing and snowboarding to suit all abilities, with a half pipe and snow park as well as endless kilometres of sledging runs. Snow quality is assured thanks to the high altitude and the dozens of snow cannons. Excellent ski schools and childcare facilities make this a dream destination for family ski holidays in Switzerland. A visit to the Jungfrau Region is not complete without a day trip to the Jungfraujoch, otherwise known as the Top of Europe, with views of the Eiger and Aletsch glaciers. The various ski resorts of the Jungfrau Region can be reached from Geneva Airport, Zurich Airport or by car from Calais.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Jungfrau Region


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Blue slopes86 km Drag lifts9Start of the season10 December
Red slopes107 km Chair lifts14End of the season19 April
Black slopes31 km Gondola lifts8Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train5Min. altitude796 m
Total224 km Capacity48200 Pers./HourMax. altitude2970 m

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In the tracks of James Bond

The Piz Gloria revolving restaurant on the Schilthorn at Mürren was the setting for much of the action in the famous 1969 James Bond ski film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. This iconic film helped inspire a love of skiing among James Bond fans in Britain and beyond. A visit to the restaurant today is a must-do for any Bond fans! Relive the excitement in a spectacular setting in the Bernese Alps.

View from the Top of Europe

The Jungfraujoch lies between the Eiger (3970m), Mönch (4099m) and Jungfrau (4158m) mountain peaks and is known as the Top of Europe, both for its lofty position and its claim as Europe's highest railway station. It's easiest to get to the Jungfraujoch from Grindelwald, where the train passes through on its way up. Unfortunately you can't ski back down into the Jungfrau Region, so this is more of a day trip that you can make if you have an extra day on your ski holiday. Starting in the 2019/20 ski season, a cable car will facilitate access to the Jungfraujoch.

Off-piste & freestyle in Jungfrau Region

Snow parks 2Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Mürren - Schilthorn CHF - CHF -
Jungfrauregion CHF 183.00 CHF 367.00 5 Years old
Grindelwald-Wengen CHF 309.00 CHF 155.00 5 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Mürren - Schilthorn CHF - CHF -
Jungfrauregion CHF 183.00 CHF 367.00 5 Years old
Grindelwald-Wengen CHF 309.00 CHF 155.00 5 Years old

Blogs about Jungfrau Region

12 October 2019 by Danielle in 'Destinations'' | 0

There's nothing more heartbreaking than arriving at your long-awaited ski holiday only to find brown hills and a couple of cows grazing! When you've scheduled holiday time, invested money and spent hours researching your ski area and accommodation, the last thing you want is a ski area with unreliable snow cover. The good news is that you don't have to be completely at the mercy of the elements this year. Switzerland is known for its especially high-altitude ski areas and the following ski areas hav... More ›
(Photo: © Jungfraubahnen 2019)

19 September 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

Geneva is a wonderful jumping-off point for many ski resorts. Located on the border between France, Switzerland and Germany, it is within short reach of some of the best skiing in the Alps. And with many budget airlines offering cheap flights into Geneva, there has never been a better time to plan your ski holiday starting from this international city. Once you’ve landed, renting a car is an easy way to get to your destination with all your ski gear, but it’s also possible to take trains. Here i... More ›
(Photo: © Spalder by Thijs Termeer)

4 July 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The Swiss Alps are the preferred ski holiday destination for many members of the royal family and the jet-set. And although prices can be steep, it's increasingly possible to find good deals even at the big-name resorts. Ski holidays in the Swiss Alps offer top-notch cuisine, impeccable service and high-altitude skiing with modern lifts. The following ski resorts are all within easy reach of Zurich Airport, one of the major hubs to the Swiss Alps.... More ›

6 June 2019 by Danielle in 'Latest news'' | 0

The Jungfrau Region will inaugurate two new lifts for the 2019-20 ski season. The "V-cableway" - so called because both lifts will start from the same base station - will transport skiers and snowboarders to the Eiger Glacier and the Männlichen in record time. The lifts will make it much faster to reach the slopes of the Jungfrau Region. The new lifts will also facilitate access to the Jungfraujoch, otherwise known as the Top of Europe. Construction of the lifts was started in 2018 and the first... More ›

1 March 2018 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The Olympics made it look easy, skiers and snowboarders effortlessly whizzing down insanely steep slopes and beating each other by a matter of seconds. If you’ve ever tried tackling a real World Cup piste, you might have found out it’s not quite as simple as it looks. Thirsting to push your limits and follow in the tracks of the world’s greatest athletes? Here are 7 notorious World Cup pistes where you can show your friends and family what you’re made of. You might not master quite the same ... More ›

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