Grindelwald Offers Great Experiences in Summer and Winter

Grindelwald in a unique alpine landscape offers sights and events for all interests and budgets. The world-famous backdrop of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau set the scene for Grindelwald.

You will find countless tourist attractions in Grindelwald right on your doorstep. World-famous sights like the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe, with the longest glacier of the alps, the hiking areas Kleine Scheidegg - Männlichen and First - Grosse Scheidegg characterize our valley. Many places of interest are located in the UNESCO World Heritage "Jungfrau-Aletsch".


Grindelwald, First Cableway and Eiger

Hiking, Nordic Walking, Mountaineering, Climbing, Via Ferrata

Your can choose from over 300 km of marked trails for hiking and walking.

The famous peaks surrounding our valley offer great ascents of all levels.

Biking, Paragliding

Grindelwald has about 160 km of marked short and long mountain bike trails.

Paragliders will experience unforgettable flights in an impressive arena.

Golf, Tennis, Swimming

Enjoy a round of golf at the local golfcourse or play a game of tennis on the nearby tennis courts.

Swimming indoors in the Sports Center, in the outdoor pool Hellbach or in one of the lakes.

Adventure Sports

Bungy Jumping, Canyon Jumping, River Rafting, Tyrolienne, Spider Highway, Zip Rider

Many adventure sports are offered by the respective orangisations. For instance the 85 m Bungy jump into the Glacier Gorge or the Tyroliennes at Jungfraujoch and over the gorge.

River Rafting on the valley’s river Lütschine.


Grindelwald, Wetterhorn

The most impressive landscape of the Jungfrau Region is the perfect place for a highly diverse winter holiday. 44 lifts and cable cars invite you to come and have fun in the snow.

Skiing, Snowboarding

About 220 km of perfectly prepared slopes offer everything, from beginner to expert runs.

Tobogganing, Winter Hiking

Non-skiers also will get their money’s worth: About 100 km of winter hiking trails enable them to explore the mountain scenery.
Countless toboggan runs make the region a real paradise for sleding. With a length of 15 km the run from Bussalp down to Grindelwald is the longest in the Alps.

Snowshoeing, Cross-Country Skiing

Various marked paths invite you to discover the countryside on snowshoes.
In Grindelwald Grund there are 17 km of cross-country tracks suitable for all levels.

Sports on Ice

Grindelwald offers a variety of sports on ice, such as curling, ice-skating and ice hockey.