The region of Jungfrau is formed by the winter sport villages Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren and can be subdivided in the following areas:
• Kleine Scheidegg – Männlichen (110 km pistes)
• Mürren – Schilthorn (53 km pistes)
• First (50 km pistes)
• Niederhorn (16 km pistes)
About 40% of the overall ski region can be covered by artificial snow machines.See all our chalets and apartments in Jungfrau Region
Of the four areas the Kleine Scheidegg – Männlichen is the most extended and most challenging offering mostly blue and red slopes. The area is accessible from several sides, but the most important ski villages in this region are the lively Grindelwald and the pedestrian village Wengen. There is also a direct connection to the ski area First from Grindelwald.
The small ski area of Niederhorn is situated across the Lauterbrunnental and offers one long black slope, continuing in a red one, and ending with a black gradient and is surrounded by a few gentle runs. In conclusion the Jungfray region is suitable for skiers of all levels.
The Jungfrau region is also ideal for snowboarders as there is a fun park and a halfpipe located in First, a snow valley in Kleine Scheidegg and another halfpipe in Mürren. Moreover, the Jungfrau region also features the longest toboggan run of the Alps.
The Jungfrau region does not have a broad offer in cross-country trails, as Grindelwald has two trails covering 5 km but both Mürren and Wengen do not offer any possibilities. However, in Lauterbrunnen there is a 12 km trail located, leading to Stechelberg. Hikers have the option to enjoy over 80 km of hike paths, both short and long routes through the snow.