The Lauberhorn Run

Wengen

Wengen village

Wengen village

Bahnhof kleine Scheidegg

Bahnhof kleine Scheidegg

Kleine Scheidegg - Nursery Slopes

Kleine Scheidegg - Nursery Slopes

Wengen - Lauberhorn

Wengen - Lauberhorn

Wengen.net

Wengen.net

Männlichen, Blick zur Jungfrau

Männlichen, Blick zur Jungfrau

Wengen, Hotel Bellevue

Wengen, Hotel Bellevue

Wengen village, train station

Wengen village, train station

Jungfraujoch - SWITCH Webcam

Jungfraujoch - SWITCH Webcam

Interaktive 360°-Webcam Kleine Scheidegg-Lauberhorn

Interaktive 360°-Webcam Kleine Scheidegg-Lauberhorn

Heroes triumph here, and sometimes they also fail: The Lauberhorn Run has been the scene of all kinds of fates and emotions. At 4.5 km, it is the longest and most demanding World Cup downhill course. However, it is also suitable for experienced amateurs.

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The Lauberhorn Run, held in Wengen each year in mid-January, is one of the highlights of the Skiing World Cup. It is particularly noted for the legendary bottleneck at Hundschopf. Other well-known notorious passages include the Minschkante, the Canadian Corner and the Ziel-S. While the pros on the Lauberhorn piste achieve record speeds (up to 160 km/h Haneggschuss), those who are here for the fun of it should also enjoy the view – the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau form a most harmonious setting.

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Starting point: Lauberhorn (2315 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Destination: Innerwengen (1287 m a.s.l.)

Length: 4,480 km

Altitude difference: 1028 m

Gradient: 15% (average), 42% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: difficult (normal slope)

Food and beverages: At the start, on the way and at the end



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