Tunnels lead from the mountain station to the ice palace containing ice sculptures and out onto the viewing plateau, with a lift up to the “Sphinx” observation terrace and the “experience subway” tour known as the Alpine Sensation.
In summer, visitors with the right footwear can take a 45-minute showshoe hike in the thin air from the eastern glacier plateau to the Mönchsjoch.
Narrow-gauge Grindelwald – Kleine Scheidegg railway
Narrow-gauge Lauterbrunnen – Kleine Scheidegg railway
Kleine Scheidegg – Jungfraujoch cog railway
View: Over the Aletsch Glacier, Jungfrau, Mönch, Schilthorn, pre-Alps, Black Forest and Vosgen (with clear views)
Attractions: Nine-kilometer railway stretch from Kleine Scheidegg, almost 1400m climb – and over seven kilometers of which in a mountain tunnel;
Ice palace, Ice Gateway, Sphinx viewing terrace, walks through the eternal snow, Alpine research exhibitions in summer
Culinary aspects: Restaurant Crystal (110 seats; Swiss and international cuisine), Restaurant Bollywood (80 seats; Indian cuisine), Aletsch self-service restaurant(150 places)
Overnight stays: no accommodation on the Jungfraujoch, Alpine hut on the Mönchsjoch
Groups: Conference rooms (30 people) for larger groups the restaurant serves as seminar room
Winter: open, although the winter sports region extends only as far as the Eiger Glacier
Special comments: Highest-lying railway station in Europe at 3,454 meter altitude
Europe’s highest-lying post office with own postcode (3801)
At a length of 23 kilometers, the Aletch Glacier is the longest alpine glacier