Eiger North Face Trail: Hiking Along Mountaineering History

The story of the early mountain pioneers who mastered ascents of the local mountains is retold on the two-hour Eiger North Face Trail.

To this day, climbing the Eiger North Face is considered one of the most difficult mountaineering feats. One gazes at it respectfully and admires the tenacity and courage of the early alpinists who climbed mountain after mountain with little of the modern equipment we have today.

Fox Run - tobogganing like a champ

When you go whizzing down very close to the famous Lauberhorn downhill run you will feel a bit like Didier Cuche or Carlo Janka – except that you’re tobogganing and not skiing.

Snowly’s Kids Village

The Swiss Snow Sports School in Mürren offers children above age 3 a ski kindergarten and a fun introduction to snow sports by multilingual skiing instructors. This is an attractive condoned area with a supervised practice lift.

Spectacular and impressive - Schilthorn

Gliding past thundering waterfalls and the precipitous rock walls of the Lauterbrunnen valley, you eventually reach the 2,970 m Schilthorn, where a breathtaking 360-degree panorama opens up.

Gliding past thundering waterfalls and the precipitous rock walls of the Lauterbrunnen valley, you eventually reach the 2,970 m Schilthorn, where a breathtaking 360-degree panorama opens up.