Ski Grindelwald - Jungfrau Ski Region
Winter sport destination with a view of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau
The Jungfrau ski region - including Grindelwald, Wengen, Mürren and Lauterbrunnen -encompasses probably the most impressive landscape of the Bernese Oberland. The imposing summits of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau create the setting for a highly diverse winter holiday. 213 km of ski slopes, 100 km of winter footpaths and roughly 50 km of toboggan runs as well as ice-rinks for skating and curling. The high-Alpine region is accessible above all via rack-railway, cable cars and gondola cableways. Finish off your day in the region with a culinary delicacy in one of the numerous mountain huts or a visit to one of the wellness complexes.
213 km of pistes: Black pistes 22 km / Red pistes 36 km / Blue pistes 23 km
High season: Christmas - Mid-March
Low season: Until Christmas / From Mid-March
To and from EuroAirport / Grindelwald ski resort
Public Transport to Grindelwald
A shuttle service operates between EuroAirport and the main train station in Basel, from where you have easy access and convenient connections to your ski resort. The shuttle bus can be booked together with your train ticket to Grindelwald via the opposite booking interface.
Please consult with any of these service providers located at EuroAirport: