Indoor Rope Adventure Park Grindelwald

Indoor Rope Adventure Park Grindelwald

Visit Europe’s largest indoor rope adventure park at the Grindelwald Sport Centre in any kind of weather. It stays dry and windless in winter and cool in summer. This is your chance to experience the Eiger indoors!more

At night on the snow-covered mountain

At night on the...

Like giant fire bugs they climb at night across the white slopes of the...more

Ridge Hike over the Justi Valley

Ridge Hike over...

The views are unto themselves on this challenging ridge hike connecting...more

Indoor Rope Adventure Park Grindelwald

Visit Europe’s largest indoor rope adventure park at the Grindelwald Sport Centre in any kind of weather. It stays dry and windless in winter and cool in summer. This is your chance to experience the Eiger indoors!

Visit Europe’s largest indoor rope adventure park at the Grindelwald Sport Centre...

High-altitude hike with tobogganing fun

Sunny mountain hike on the Niederhorn with awesome views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau with views down to Lake Thun.

At night on the snow-covered mountain

Like giant fire bugs they climb at night across the white slopes of the snow-clad mountains and untiringly prepare the runs for the next day: the snowcats. The men in the cockpits of the high-horsepower caterpillar vehicles have a demanding and lonely, yet fascinating job. If you want to convince yourself, come and sit as a co-pilot by the driver's side and experience up close and personal what it means to be a piste-preparer.

Ridge Hike over the Justi Valley

The views are unto themselves on this challenging ridge hike connecting the Niederhorn (Peak 1963 m.a.s.l.), easily accessible by chairlift, with Mt. Gemmenalphorn (2061 m.a.s.l.) and which veers down towards Habkern. The snowy peaks of the Bernese Alps vie with the karst cliffs of Hohgant and the Prealpine Region.

The views are unto themselves on this challenging ridge hike connecting the Niederhorn (Peak 1963 m.a.s.l.), easily accessible by chairlift, with Mt. Gemmenalphorn (2061 m.a.s.l.) and which veers down towards Habkern. The snowy peaks of the Bernese Alps vie with the karst cliffs of Hohgant and the Prealpine Region.