Featured Ski Packages in Grindelwald
All Grindelwald Packages
Nestled amidst the awe-inspiring Jungfrau region of Switzerland, Grindelwald beckons skiers and snowboarders with its pristine slopes, breathtaking scenery, and charming alpine atmosphere. Whether you’re a seasoned skier seeking challenging terrain or a beginner eager to learn, Grindelwald caters to all levels of expertise with its diverse range of ski areas.
Après-ski: After a day on the slopes, unwind and soak in the vibrant après-ski scene of Grindelwald. Cozy bars and restaurants line the village streets, offering a lively atmosphere and delectable Swiss cuisine.
Other activities: Beyond skiing and snowboarding, Grindelwald offers a plethora of activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Embark on a scenic sleigh ride through the snow-covered valleys, glide along the longest toboggan run in the Alps, or immerse yourself in the region’s rich history and culture.
Whether you’re seeking world-class skiing, exhilarating après-ski, or simply a tranquil escape amidst breathtaking scenery, Grindelwald promises an unforgettable winter holiday experience.
First: For beginners and families, First offers a gentle introduction to winter sports. Wide, well-groomed slopes provide ample space to practice and build confidence, while the scenic views of the surrounding mountains will leave you breathless.
Kleine Scheidegg: Experienced skiers and snowboarders will find their paradise at Kleine Scheidegg, where a variety of red and black runs await. Test your skills on the iconic Lauberhorn downhill racecourse, or venture off-piste into the powder-filled bowls.
Männlichen: Thrill-seekers will relish the adrenaline rush of Männlichen’s challenging black runs and steep off-piste opportunities. From the summit, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks.
Jungfraujoch: Ascend to the Top of Europe, Jungfraujoch, at an elevation of 3,454 meters, and experience the highest ski area in Europe. Glide down the longest run in the region, a 12-kilometer descent to Lauterbrunnen, or simply marvel at the breathtaking views from the Sphinx Terrace.
- Season Start / End: 4/11 – 3/4
- Opening Times: 08:00 – 16:30
- Total Slope Length: 241 km
- Easy Runs: 27
- Intermediate Runs: 36
- Difficult Runs: 17
MOUNTAIN STATION ALTITUDE: 2970m
VALLEY STATION ALTITUDE: 1034m
TOTAL SKI LIFTS: 40
CABLE CARS: 4
CHAIR LIFTS: 19
DRAG LIFTS: 11
MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS: 3