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Where is Lauterbrunnen?
Lauterbrunnen is a village located in the Swiss canton of Bern at 795 m above sea level. It covers an area of 164.4 km² and is home to 3,065 people. Lauterbrunnen sits at the foot of Jungfraujoch, which is a must-see of every journey to Switzerland and attracts many visitors every year.
What's the current weather in Lauterbrunnen - Jungfraujoch?
Due to its high elevation, there is always snow in the winter and bright sunny days in the summer. Are you planning to spend a few days in Lauterbrunnen/Switzerland? Check out Lauterbrunnen’s weather and weather forecast for the next five days by visiting our webcam.
What’s the elevation of Lauterbrunnen?
A highlight is a visit to Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe. Europe’s highest railway station sits at 3,454 m above sea level. Visitors will discover an alpine wonderland made of ice, snow and rock, which can be admired best from Sphinx outlook on Aletsch glacier or the Ice Palace. The adventure tour “Alpine Sensation” gives you a detailed view of the history and the construction of Jungfrau railway. On bright days Jungfraujoch offers a stunning view from the Voges to the Black Forest.
What to do in Lauterbrunn?
A railway trip to Jungfraujoch, which runs through Eiger and Mönch, is a true adventure for everybody. Visitors will be impressed by the view of the Swiss Alps at the stops Eismeer and Eiger north face.
Mürren ski resort at Eiger, Mönch and Lauberhorn is not only the highest ski area but also a very varied region, featuring pistes of every level of difficulty. Non-skiers are also very welcome in the Jungfrau Region – you wouldn’t want to miss spectacular tobogganing rides or romantic winter hikes.
To make a long story short: Jungfrau Ski Resort at Lauterbrunnen comprises three ski resorts for aficionados and connoisseurs, 45 lifts and cable cars and more than 214 kilometres of pistes suitable for every level of ability. Off the ski pistes you find more than 100 km of winter hiking trails and toboggan runs, which are especially loved by the little ones. And if that’s still not enough excitement, then take a ride on the world’s longest toboggan run: 15km long and 1600 Meter vertical height from Faulhorn to Grindelwald via Bussalp.
Jungfrau Region in the Bernese Oberland has just as many offers for hikers in the winter as in the summer.