What to do in Wengen in the Winter?
Jungfrau Region wrote winter sporting history, especially Mürren and Wengen are considered the cradle of alpine skiing. The first ski race took place and World Ski Championships (1931) took place in Mürren. Alpinism is a central part of Jungfrau Region since Jungfrau was the first mountain higher the 4,000m ever to be climbed in Switzerland and also the dramatic first ascents of Eiger north face attracted many tourists. Jungfrau Region is pure winter fun: the three regions Grindelwald-First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren-Schilthorn are connected and offer more than 200 km of pistes as well as 100 km of tobogganing and hiking trails – all with just one lift ticket. Every activity includes Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, featuring the longest tobogganing run of the Alps: 15 km long and a vertical height of 1,600m the run leads from Faulhorn to Grindelwald via Bussalp. For those who prefer to stay off the beaten track, there are many snowshoe routes to explore the winter wonderland of Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren.