About our Jungfrau Trip: Enjoy skiing/boarding, tobogganing and touring the Jungfrau region. Visit the villages of Grindelwald, Wengen, Gimmelwald, Mürren, Lauterbrunnen, and Stechelberg. Have lunch in a village or at one of the many mountain restaurants or our favorite the Tipi! There are slopes from 9,744 feet with over 133 miles of prepared runs and 31 miles of sledging runs. The mountain contains something for everyone - from beginner to expert, both skier and boarder. It hosts the longest and oldest downhill World Cup race, the Lauberhorn. It also hosts the Inferno, the largest amateur skiing race in the world.
Base: 3,392 ft.; Vertical:. 6,888 ft.; Longest run is 9 miles. Trails: 93 miles of downhill in or near the Village 31% beginner, 50% intermediate, and 20% advanced (much more off piste/runs) . Number of Lifts: 30-local, 44 in Jungfrau region: 3 cable cars, 3 cogwheel trains, 2 gondolas, 16 chairs and numerous surface lifts. Lift capacity: 4400 p/h in Jungfrau Region.
Visit the Jungfraujoch, (view the video - Summer) the highest railway station in Europe. A train carries you up the Eiger North Wall stopping at 2 spectacular viewing stations carved into the rock before reaching the underground summit station (Featured in the Clint Eastwood movie "The Eiger Sanction"). While there, visit the Ice Palace and see sculptures within caverns carved into the glacier. Then take an elevator up 356 feet to the top of the Sphinx Terrace with panoramic views not only of Switzerland but also Italy, France, and Germany!
Step in the shoes of Bond, James Bond, and visit the revolving restaurant Piz Gloria that was featured in the James Bond movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and enjoy the amazing views located on top of the Schilthorn. From there descend by cable car, ski, or board.