Grindelwald First-Bussalp

Bernese Oberland

icon_overview Overview Last update: 12.10.2015 08:29

Weather forecast for today. 10°heavy rain Detailed forecast
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Depth of snow0 cm 0 cm in resort

icon_snow Snow report

Depth of snow0 cm 0 cm in resort
Snow condition no info
Last snowfall 04.04.2015
Depth of snow in resort at 1050 metres 0 cm
Depth of snow on upper runs at 2061 metres 0 cm
Last snowfall in resort 04.04.2015
Last snowfall in ski area 04.04.2015
New snow in resort (past 24h) 0 cm
New snow in ski area (past 24h) 0 cm

icon_ski Piste, Grindelwald First

Pistes open (km)icon status0/53 km 38 km with artificial snowmaking
Lifts openicon status4/10
Condition of runs end of season0/3 Runs down to resort (open/total)
Runs down to resort (open today / total)0 / 3
Runs down to (altitude) 1000 m (altitude)
Condition of runs down to resort closed
Surface area of pistes 0.00 km²
Number of local pistes 22
Pistes covered by lift pass (regional) 213 km
Number of lifts in ski area 44
Runs floodlit today until -
Length of floodlit runs -

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icon_cross Cross-country skiing, Grindelwald Grund

Cross-country classicicon status0/11 km Conditions: end of season
Cross-country– skatingicon status0/12 km Conditions: end of season
Altitude of cross-country runs960 - 1000 m (altitude)
Cross-country ski trail floodlit today until -
Floodlit cross-country trails (km open / total) 0 / 0 km
Cross-country trails, dogs permitted (open / total) -
Tel. for cross-country ski info +41 (0)33 854 12 12

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icon_funpark Fun park

Half-pipes openicon status0/0
Snowcross pistes openicon status0/1
Snow park openicon status0/3
Snow tube runs openicon status0/0
State of lifts closed
Snow park floodlighting -
Snowboard facilities floodlit today until -
Tel. for fun park info

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Whether you choose skis, snowshoes or a ride on a traditional "Velogemel", Grindelwald offers winter fun in all shapes and sizes. The glacier village is embedded in a breathtaking Alpine landscape at the foot of the Eiger north face. There is a wide variety of winter-sport activities to discover. The ski areas of Grindelwald-First and Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen lie right on your doorstep. In addition to the slopes, there are numerous sledging routes providing snowy fun for young and old alike, including the longest sledge run in the Alps: the "Big Pintenfritz", which covers more than 15 kilometres from Faulhorn to Grindewald. Apart from the adrenaline rushes, there are lovely snowshoe and winter hiking trails to be enjoyed through the snow-filled winter wonderland. In the evening, aprés-ski bars and restaurants are perfect for cosy socialising. Fantastic events, such as the annual World Snow Festival and Velogemel World Championships, provide highlights during the winter season.

Resort details

Opening hours

Installations open from
08:00 hr
Installations open until
16:45 hr
Start of season:
End of season:


Cable car / funicular
T +41 (0)33 828 72 33
Cross-country skiing:
T +41 (0)33 854 12 12
Tourist office 
T +41 33 854 12 12


Young person:

6 Day pass

Young person:

All season ticket

Young person:
Family discount:
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Hour tickets:
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Pricing table

Family day passes and family-friendly ski pass

All children of the family are free on saturday (minimum one paying adult and maximum 3 children).

SBB timetable

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