Small ski jump in Marbach

Small ski jump in Marbach

It is true that you need some courage to do this, but you don't need to start at the level of the pro Simon Ammann: At the small ski jump in Marbach, in the UNESCO biosphere Entlebuch, first time "flyers" get the opportunity to actually fly....more

Longest run in the Saastal valley

Longest run in...

Eleven kilometers of tobogganing in one go - there's only one place to...more

Savor the safety tour!

Savor the safety...

How does one interpret an avalanche bulletin? And how does one recognize...more

Small ski jump in Marbach

It is true that you need some courage to do this, but you don't need to start at the level of the pro Simon Ammann: At the small ski jump in Marbach, in the UNESCO biosphere Entlebuch, first time "flyers" get the opportunity to actually fly. Experts instruct the flyers and you take all imaginable safety precautions. The fact that the actual distance jumped usually differs substantially from the distance you feel that you jumped does not diminish the fun.

It is true that you need some courage to do this, but you don't need to start at the level of the pro Simon Ammann.

Fruttli-Land

Fruttli-Land is a multifunctional playground where young guests can while away the hours.

Longest run in the Saastal valley

Eleven kilometers of tobogganing in one go - there's only one place to do this in Switzerland and that place is Saas Grund.

A whole 11,000 meters separate the Kreuzboden to Saas-Grund run and valley landing.

Savor the safety tour!

How does one interpret an avalanche bulletin? And how does one recognize impending danger? During the "Avalanche Safety Days" in the Jungfrau Region, snowsports enthusiasts and winter hikers learn to avoid risks and assess dangerous situations. In the Training Center, participants in the course can virtually search for those buried in an avalanche, and in the afternoon the serious undertaking becomes plain fun: participants practice in the glittering powder snow what they have learned in the course.