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 area Grindelwald-Wengen 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.
Winter sports report
Depth of snow
20 cm in resort
hard / powder
Key Value List
Depth of snow in resort at 1050 metres
Depth of snow on upper runs at 2061 metres
Last snowfall in resort
Last snowfall in ski area
New snow in resort (past 24h)
New snow in ski area (past 24h)
Comments from the station crew:
Current info by visiting www.jungfrau.ch
Up to three children (6 to 15 years) receive a complimentary day ticket on Saturdays, when an adult buys a day or afternoon ticket for the list price. The offer is available online and at any train station in the Jungfrau Ski Region.
Offer does not apply to multi-day or seasonal passes.