Jungfrau Ski Region

Jungfrau Ski Region Switzerland includes the glorious terrain on the Piz Gloria Schilthorn
Lauberhorn at Kleine Scheidegg is amongst Jungfrau's tastiest skiing treats
Skiing below the Eiger & Mönch is a treat in itself at Jungfrau
Freeride powder below Birg in the Muerren Schilthorn section of Jungfrau ski region
The precipitous perch at Männlichen in the Jungfrau ski region
Wengen is beautiful village in the Jungfrau ski region
The deep Lauterbrunnen valley separates Murren & Wengen
The train to Jungfraujoch crosses under the ski slopes & into the Eiger
Ski slopes near Birg in Jungfrau ski resort
Jungfrau ski region mountain huts
Deck chairs at Männlichen provide a spectacular place in the Jungfrau ski region to soak up some sun
Descending into Grindelwald is pure skiing pleasure at Jungfrau
Grindelwald First ski resort
Heading toward Wengen on the World Cup course at Jungfrau ski region
Jungfrau's Kleine Scheidegg has wonderful high alpine ski terrain
Jungfrau ski region valley descent into Grindelwald
The best ski-in ski-out accommodation in Jungfrau is at Kleine Scheidegg
Jungfrau non-ski activities include long (& fast) toboggan descents into the Lauterbrunnen valley
The best steep terrain on & off-piste in Jungfrau ski region is at Murren Schilthorn
Ski Jungfrau - utterly amazing!

Jungfrau Ski Region

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Jungfrau Ski Region

Grindelwald Wengen
Mürren Schilthorn

    Jungfrau Trail Map
  • Jungfrau Ski Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    796m – 2,970m (2,174m)

    Grindelwald Wengen
    1,034m – 2,500m (1,466m)

    Mürren Schilthorn
    796m – 2,970m (2,174m)
  • Average Snow Fall
  • Lifts (72)
    Includes trains/ gondolas / cable cars / funicular / chairlifts & surface lifts!
  • Opening Dates & Times
    Late Nov to mid-April
    8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 206km
    Longest run – 15 km
    Advanced - 15%
    Intermediate - 45%
    Beginner - 40%
  • Lift Pass Price
    Day Ticket 19/20
    Mürren-Schilthorn only
    Adult – CHF66
    Child - CHF33

    Grindelwald Wengen only
    Adult – CHF66
    Child - CHF33
    Child u/6yr - Free

    Jungfrau Ski Region (Sportpass)
    (valid across all ski areas)
    Adult – CHF75
    Child - CHF38
    Child u/6yr – Free
    Murren Schilthorn Ski Trail Map
  • Murren Schilthorn Ski Trail Map
    Grindelwald Wengen Ski Trail Map
  • Grindelwald Wengen Ski Trail Map
    Jungfrau Railway Map
  • Jungfrau Railway Map

Jungfrau Ski Region Switzerland

The iconic Jungfrau mountain is the centre-piece for this classic Swiss Alps interconnected ski area. Jungfrau ski region in Switzerland links the resorts of Muerren Schilthorn & Grindelwald Wengen & the resort town of Interlaken under the one lift pass, providing over 200km of ski slopes, over 2000m of vertical and a longest run of over 15km. Try & get over that!

See the Jungfrau ski region trail map here.

The spectacular surroundings framed by the mountain peaks of Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger & Schreckhorn are an added bonus, as is the ease of access via Interlaken on the amazing Swiss rail system. And whilst 'spectacular' isn't an adequate description for the region, it gives a hint to the gob-smacking grand scale of the surroundings, the skiing, & the extraordinary rail & lift system. New lifts opening in 2019/20 linking the Grindelwald train station directly to the highest points below the Eiger are a game-changer for skiing the region.

Where is the Jungfrau Ski Region Switzerland?

The Jungfrau is in central Switzerland just south of the city of Interlaken. Interlaken is 55km by road south-east of Bern & only 120km south-west of Zurich. The main international gateway airport is Zurich (ZCH) and the recommended mode of travel from the airport to the ski resort is by train. If the train is a no-go for you, then a direct Zurich airport private transfer will get you there quick (but you still may need to board a train if heading to Wengen or Muerren!!)

Jungfrau’s ski resorts are connected to the rest of Switzerland by a wonderful railway system via Interlaken. Trains from Zurich go via Bern to Interlaken Ost in a round 2hr, or via the scenic route through Lucerne in around 3hr. All train journeys from Interlaken Ost into the resort via Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald are included in the Jungfrau Ski Region lift pass. Trains also connect the two valleys of the ski area via the eye-popping high pass at Kleine Scheidegg below the Eiger.

Search & book train tickets to Interlaken & the Jungfrau ski region here.

Anyone driving to the Jungfrau region & staying in the villages of Wengen or Muerren, should note that both villages are car-free & vehicles need to be parked at Lauterbrunnen. The journey can only be completed by train to Wengen or combination cable car & train to Mürren.

Jungfrau Accommodation

The Jungfrau ski region has a plethora of hotel, apartment, guesthouse and mountain hut lodging options. Variety at Jungfrau is the best part, now the hard part - choose where to stay. Luckily, with trains and cable cars linking all the villages across the vast resort, it doesn't really matter where you rest your head. The choices include Interlaken, Grindelwald & Lauterbrunnen down in the valleys, Wengen & Muerren on the sunny terraces or in the high alpine at Kleine Scheidegg. Access to the ski slopes is quickest from the later.

Search & book all Jungfrau ski accommodation here.

The transport base of Interlaken is central to the entire ski area & can be cheaper than in the resort villages. The town has everything from 5-star grand hotels to the sensational Interlaken Youth Hostel right next to the Interlaken Ost railway station.

From Interlaken Ost, the deep valley at Lauterbrunnen village provides more 'low elevation' lodgings & services, albeit in a spectacular cliff & waterfall setting & with varying degrees of winter sun.

Perched on the alpine terraces high above the Lauterbrunnen valley, the villages of Wengen & Mürren have beautiful accommodation options coupled with direct access to ski lifts & slopes. Both villages are car free & can only be accessed via skis, cable car & train in winter. On the western side of the valley, Muerren is best placed if intending to ski the steeps off The Schilthorn for a few days.

Search & book all Mürren ski accommodation here.

On the eastern side of the Lauterbrunnen valley, car-free Wengen  village has direct ski lift access to the sunny Männlichen ski area, as well as its own novice slopes & lifts. Access is via the train Accommodation is Swiss ‘old-world’ chic. Return trails & a train can be utilised to get back to Wengen after a long day in the Grindelwald-Wengen section of the Jungfrau ski region.

Mountain huts on the sunny ski slopes of Grindelwald First plus the high alpine pass at Kleine Scheidegg, provide quiet ski-in ski-out accommodation, perfect for first tracks.

Grindelwald is the final town in the region. A well-developed tourist enclave in a beautiful valley between the ski area’s of Männlichen, Kleine Scheidegg & Grindelwald First, Grindelwald has lodging options for every taste & budget plus some excellent skiing access via rail or gondola to boot! Grindelwald is directly connected to Interlaken Ost & Kleine Scheidegg by train.

Search & book all Grindelwald ski accommodation here.

Jungfrau Ski Lessons & Mountain Guiding

If looking to head into the massive Jungfrau off-piste & unsure about your abilities; off-piste ski lessons & guiding can make all the difference. See our Jungfrau Ski Lessons & Guiding page for more information & booking.

Jungfrau Activities

If the fabulous skiing, views, food & fun are not enough, or if your group includes those of the avowed non-sliding variety, Jungfrau has more non-ski activities than most ski areas in the world. The train journeys alone are a full day out. A full round journey to the Jungfrau Sphinx observatory via Wengen & Grindelwald from Interlaken is the adventure of a lifetime for many visitors to the area. In fact, many trains have far more tourists than skiers on any sunny winter’s morning.

The mountains have some amazing cliff walks, 100km of gorgeous winter walking trails & over 50km of sledding (sledging/rodelbahn/tobogganing) trails. If you don’t ski but are prepared for a bit of fun, the sledding trails are so good, it is possible to go faster than a skier. At full tilt we got passed by several sledders coming down into Wengen.

Nearby Interlaken has most of the evening action in the form of night-time ice skating, casinos & a few rowdy bars. Also, after dark there is always some great dining & live entertainment to be enjoyed in the mountain villages.


The Powderhounds reviewed the Jungfrau ski region in 2019 & were blown away by it. To peruse our prose & extra photos click on the 'View all Reviews' link in the left column or top of page (if on a mobile). More info is still on the way........ so much to do & so little time, but we wil get there:-)

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Tours in or near Jungfrau

Single-Base, Multi-Ski-Area Tours

Mürren Jungfrau Ski Tour
8 Days | 7 Nights | 6 Ski Days
Ability: Strong Intermediate to Expert
Customise your dates to ski 6 days with local guides deep into the heart of the Swiss Alps & across multiple valleys through the Jungfrau Region exploring Mürren, Grindelwald First and Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen. Enjoy skiing some of the best terrain of your life in one week.
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USD 3,695
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