Jungfrau Region

Ski resorts in Switzerland
Lifts (37/40)
Slopes (80%)
Snow depth
2970 m
1000 m
100 cm
45 cm
-6°C
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Karin
Karin (Guest)
19/09/2011
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We were the whole family at Sport Week 8 in Galtur. Usually week 8 is a week with many people, queues and other Swedes in the back at many ski resorts in northern Europe. In Galtur there were many Swiss, Japanese, English, French and Italian.

There was never a queue for lifts or trains which led to skiing so the muscles muscled. Many nice slopes for carving but also off piste. When we were there, there was a lot of snow in the whole system and you could go from the top right down to the cable car or train station and then go again and again ....
Restaurants and eateries were a little more expensive than in France, Austria, but so well ordered and high standard.
Schilthorn became our favorite but also the river down from Kleine Scheidegg, Männlishen was the top. Also try out parts of the Lauberhorn Race.

Chris84
09/05/2011
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Were in Murren 17 - 22 March this year. The place is really good if you like to focus on skiing, the Mürren is the chill that applies when the lifts close! Nothing is about to tell if I compare with other places I (St. Anton, etc.), on the other hand, it's a good move in Wengen, which is 30 min away by the mountain railway, the cable car and the mountain railway. We had flow that dotted into 2 big snow pumps with 40cm each as well as 3 hours of sun days! However, there was not much snow anymore in the system and what came out broke quite quickly.

2 days we went in the Mürren area and two days in Wengen (Männlichen and Klein Scheidegg), Murren was quite ok with a nice offpiste ride from the top of Schilthorn and a little offpist further down the village. On the other hand, Wengen areas are wonderfully good, cruel offpiste and very easy to access a good ride. The slopes are also long and good but there was not too much skiing in the slopes given the good dump and good offpiste.

Highly recommend to go there. One week is absolutely perfect! Mürren is really the top 3 most cozy alpine towns and I think that's where to live in Jungfrau region!

brink
09/03/2011
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The Jungfrau region includes the ski resorts Mürren, Wengen, Kleine Scheidegg, Männlishen and Grindewald-First. You can live in all locations and transport Switzerland swiftly and accurately via lifts and / or mountain railways. Most of the ridge is blue and red, but when the area is large and the mountains are high, there are plenty of steeper exceptions. In the areas of Kleine Scheidegg and Männlishen there is the most varied ride and largely unlimited possibilities for lifting off the piste if it has dumped. In Grindelwald-First the ride may be nice, but it's good if you like carving in wide blue slopes. In addition, there is a nice park.

Stay at, or at least visit, Hotel Bellevue Des Alpes at the train station up on Kleine Scheidegg. The classic hotel, which is featured in several films about climbing the Eigers north wall, was built in 1840 and the time has basically been quiet since then.