Wengen

Wengen

In winter Wengen is buzzing. The picturesque village boasts perfectly groomed slopes, the longest downhill course of the Ski World Cup and a varied programme.

It is nearly impossible to miss Wengen – given that it is only accessible by the Wengernalp Railway. At the foot of the Jungfrau and high above the Lauterbrunnen valley, the village gets its character from the rustic wooden houses, holiday chalets and hotels inspired by the Belle Époque. The surroundings with 500 km of hiking trails keep your legs busy and spoil your eyes with untouched nature. The highlight of the season: the Jungfrau Marathon from Interlaken via Wengen to the Eiger north face. A height difference of nearly 2000 m in front of a spectacular backdrop awaits the participants.

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An endearing connection

Wengen is well known throughout Europe. As a result of the first showdown with the Kandahar Ski Club, which was founded in Mürren, British skiers formed the Downhill Only Ski Club in Wengen. Ever since, the members of this club have their winter base in Wengen and return every year contributing to the life of the village. Some names of the ski slopes go back to the club’s creativity, such as “Black Rock” or “Oh God Run”. Names which immediately inspire people to set off down the slopes themselves.

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Experiences

Top4 - The Bernese ski pass

Benefit from this great offer! The Top4 Ski Pass will be valid throughout the entire ski season on all lifts and slopes of the four ski areas Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg.

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Ski World Cup Lauberhorn, Wengen
Experiences

FIS Ski World Cup Lauberhorn Wengen

The FIS SKI World Cup Lauberhorn Wengen is a true crowd magnet with tens of thousands of spectators following the super-combined, downhill and slalom races every year.

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A world-class downhill course

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