Grindelwald in Winter
Skiing, snowboarding, sledging, winter hiking and lots more in the Bernese Oberland
Skiing in the Jungfrau Region
Discover 213 kilometers of ski slopes in the 3 ski areas of Grindelwald-First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren-Schilthorn. With amazing views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau from all areas.
Discover our offers for your winter holiday in Grindelwald
Grindelwald - First
More than 60 kilometers of prepared ski slopes and 40 kilometers of hiking trails and sledge runs, plus a magnificent panorama of the north faces of the Bernese Alps are what makes Grindelwald-First so unique. The «White Elements» snow park is just as popular as the 30-limit ski slope, reserved specifically for slower skiers.
Grindelwald - First piste map
Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen
The ski area with 110 kilometers of slopes and 30 kilometers of sledge runs is situated right at the foot of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The world-famous Lauberhorn World Cup Downhill Race starts from here and finishes 4.2 kilometers further down at Wengen.
Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen piste map
The sun-kissed BodmiArena beginners' slope and beginners' lift are right in the middle of Grindelwald, offering ideal conditions for novices of all ages.
Information on the BodmiArena (PDF)
Cross country skiing
Grindelwald Grund boasts a small but excellent area for cross-country skiing, with 15 kilometers of tracks for all levels (classical/skating).
Grindelwald cross country trails (PDF)
Fresh powder snow glistening in the sun, with peace and quiet all around: For those less willing to venture out into the countryside alone on snowshoes, there are a number of signposted snowshoe trails in Grindelwald.
Snowshoe touring in Grindelwald
Sledging in Grindelwald
The Jungfrau region offers a wide range of sledge runs, including the world's longest sledge run, the 15-kilometer «Big Pintenfritz» from Faulhorn to Grindelwald village. While Bussalp is regarded as the Mecca for sledging, you can also enjoy a large number of attractive sledge runs in the First, Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen regions.
Sledge runs in Grindelwald
100 kilometers of marked and prepared winter hiking trails are dotted throughout the Jungfrau region. Enjoy a unique perspective of the spectacular snowscapes at the foot of the imposing north face of the Eiger from the hiking trails.
Overview of winter hiking trails in Grindelwald
Eigerness – a Grindelwald original
The Eigerness brand was created to familiarise guests with the uniqueness and special characteristics of Grindelwald. The offers are divided into 4 categories: culinary, culture + tradition, activities and wellness.