Dynamic Grindelwald resort map as well as free piste and resort map downloads. Available at – The Ski Accommodation Specialists. Grindelwald Piste map ski, resort runs and slopes in the ski resort of Grindelwald. Browse our high resolution map of the pistes in Grindelwald to plan your ski. Grindelwald ski resort guide, weather and snow reports, Grindelwald piste data, Grindelwald location maps and links to ski chalet holiday deals in Grindelwald.

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We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. It is connected by a modern lift system as well as the legendary Swiss mountain rail network.

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View detailed nap forecast for Grindelwald at: For snowboarders, there is a terrain park and 5 half pipes. Nevertheless, they have to be registered pkste the booking. In addition to the slopes, there are numerous sledging routes providing snowy fun for young and old alike, including the longest sledge run in the Alps: Hotel Schweizerhof in Grindelwald offers 5-star comfort and numerous spa and wellness facilities, all in a convenient central location.

Resorts close to Grindelwald include: Depth of snow 80 cm 15 cm in resort.

However, there is still much to keep advanced skiers happy as well. There oiste no free lifts, but a points card is available. Grindelwald Tourist Office Phone: There is a wide variety of winter-sport activities to discover.

Grindelwald Piste Map / Trail Map

However, this is not something that the resort heavily sells itself on. Grindelwald has acres of terrain oiste 51 pistes with a total length of kilometers 98 miles. The general conditions for snowboarding in Grindelwald are also pretty good even if you are not looking to go big in the park.

Heli-trips can be organised. Accommodations in Grindelwald Map enlarge. Enjoy the good slope conditions! Grindelwald is one of the main ski resorts within the Jungfrau region and the lift pass covers not only Grindelwald but also Wengen and Murren with roughly km of piste on offer.


You don’t take skis anywhere near the biggest mountains unless setting off with a guide on a big ski tour to the south. Slope Stats m m m. The highest point from which you can ski is the Oberjoch 2,mwhile the train reaches the Jungfraujoch 3,m one vertical kilometre higher.

Also see our detailed Weather Map around Grindelwaldwhich will give you visual overview of current and future snow conditions. Description Whether you choose skis, snowshoes or a ride on a traditional “Velogemel”, Grindelwald offers winter fun in all shapes and sizes.

Competent skiers looking for variety and exploration should plan a day trip to Murren’s slopes covered on the ‘Sportpass Jungfrau’ lift pass as a change from the Kleine Scheidegg-Mannlichenaarea, between Grindelwald and Wengen, which is the area’s biggest ski region.

Searches for groups from 51 people can be requested via our customer service. Good accomodations and great food. Grindelwald is great for beginner skiers with easy runs to gain your ski legs on and then plenty of slightly harder runs to progress onto towards the end of your holiday. The fact that they now have two terrain parks has definitely helped. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

The ‘First’ ski area, which you will find to the left hand side of the piste map is full of blue and red pistes with some fantastic tree lined runs. The slopes of the separate south-facing First area are reached by a long, slow grineelwald starting a walk or short bus ride east of the centre.

Snowmaking has been increased recently and the resort claims that some 60 per cent of its slopes are now covered. Use the buttons below to tell us…. Access to Murren’s skiing covered by the ‘Sportpass Jungfrau’ from Grindelwald is by train or road to Stechelberg, then cable car to Gimmelwald and on to the Schilthornbahn, or by train or road to Lauterbrunnen and cable car up to Grutschalp, continuing to Murren by train.

There are km of piste plste 22 lifts with a high point of m at the top of the Lauberhorn, of World Cup downhill fame. Easily overlooked, these 50km of piste and eight grlndelwald have some of the area’s best skiing and superb views. Snow report Depth of snow 80 cm 15 cm in resort. Currently there are no offers available. Information about the ski area. The maximum room occupancy can therefore be exceeded and in that case, has to be requested with the accommodation directly.


From curling and ice skating to geindelwald walking paths and snow shoeing, all the way through to helicopter tours of the Jungfrau massif, there is something for everyone and on all budgets. Thank you for your support. Had a fantastic holiday and stayed at the Jungfrau Inn.

Why not call our sales team today for some friendly advise and to get your holiday booked! Depth of snow in resort at metres 15 cm Depth of snow on upper runs at metres 80 cm Last snowfall in resort Telegraph Travel Ski Resort guides. As is often the case with Swiss ski resorts the Swiss rail network is used in the Jungfrau region to interlink the ski resorts in the area alongside the lift system and the crown jewel in the area is the Jungfraujoch Cog Railway which takes grindelwalld from the Kleine Scheidegg ski area at m all the way up to m to what is called the viewing platform at the ‘Top of Europe’.

The area is also an insider tip for snowboarders.

Grindelwald Piste Maps

A three-stage gondola – the Firstbahn – gets you rapidly up to the skiing. We have enjoyed the splendid Bort Direct black run on First.

Grindelwald is located along a valley floor with direct access to two ski areas, one on either side of the valley. The grindwlwald piste, at a length of 6 km and height difference of 1, m is demanding even for experienced skiers, and counts as one of the most difficult pistes in the region.

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