Winter in Grindelwald

Skiing on powder, the sun in your face and the clear air in your lungs. In winter, Grindelwald emerges as a true paradise for all lovers of “white gold”.

The skiing areas around the Eiger, the Lauberhorn and as far as Wengen offer the most up to date lift systems and best prepared pistes. For snowboarders there is the up-to-the-minute terrain park in the First skiing area. A visit to the Lauberhorn race is not to be missed – this is one of the absolute highlights of the winter season.

For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, there is a winter wonderland to be discovered on foot, with over 100 km at your disposal. Or do you prefer tobogganing? Fortify with a fondue at a mountain restaurant before hurling down into valley on a toboggan. Thrilling fun!

As well the region offers several sports such as curling, skating and ice hockey on natural and indoor skating rinks.

And in the evening you watch the snow flakes, heat up at a blazing fire and enjoy a noble drop from our extensive range. That’s how a day in winter paradise can look like!

Summer in Grindelwald

The famous holiday destination of Grindelwald in the Jungfrau region is the starting point for activities in the fresh mountain air. Hiking, climbing, mountain biking and Nordic walking are just some of the options you can take part in. Over 300 km of way marked paths and 160 km of mountain biking routes are waiting for you to tackle. Traditional Alpine huts and mountain restaurants offering delicious fare are the reward of your efforts. A high point of any trip to Switzerland is the Jungfraujoch, the “Top of Europe”, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Jungfrau-Aletsch, where the highest railway station in Europe (3.454 metres) is situated.

For adrenaline junkies, the programme of adventures includes via ferratas, paragliding, bungee jumping and rafting. Golfers will enjoy a fine game on the 9-hole course with its impressive view of the Eiger and Wetterhorn. There are also well-maintained tennis courts available. And for the “water rats” of all ages the Hellbach open air pool is a great meeting place for splashing and swimming.

On the odd days when the sun refuses to shine, the sports centre has an indoor swimming pool, a sauna oasis as and an indoor rope course.