Jungfrau

Jungfrau
The spectacular Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland is home to the Eiger, the Monch, and Jungfrau. Top downhill skiing is found in the high peaks of the Alps at Kleine Scheidegg, Schiltorn, Mannlichen, and Lauberhorn. Rising to about 4,000m, these famous peaks provide some of the most famous and varied skiing in all of Europe. Novice skiers and world-cup experts alike will be delighted. Take a mountain railway and enjoy the panoramic views. If time allows, you might fit in an exciting day of glacier climbing or ski sailing.

Glacier-fed creeks, mountain lakes, and alpine trees are just some of the scenes to delight the senses in this seemingly untouched mountain world. The peaceful, carless village of Murren is well loved for its relative isolation and picture-postcard scenery. If you would like to make your home base below, the village of Lauterbrunnen in the valley is a lush, green area with the sound of waterfalls all around. No less than 72 stunning waterfalls plunge from a height of about 300 meters. Enjoy the view of the peaks appearing and disappearing behind clouds from your standpoint in the valley and look up to try to find where the waterfalls start!

Jungfrau
Interlaken is the largest resort city in the region, offering a range of accommodation. From mountain huts, chalets, and farm holidays, you can customize your trip to your needs. Gstaad is also known for its resorts and nightlife. Don’t miss a visit to an alpine cheese dairy o­n your way up the slopes.