Switzerland, Jungfrau Ski Region
Mürren, perched high above the Lauterbrunnen Valley, is one of Europe’s most historic ski areas: a “cradle” of Alpine skiing! The peaceful traffic-free village is set dramatically on a terrace on the other side of the valley from Wengen, You can only reach it by cable car. In 1928 its famous Inferno - at just under 10 miles, the longest amateur downhill in the world - was held for the first time. Mürren is the ideal retreat from the busier resorts and yet offers great skiing on its own ‘Mürren-Schilthorn’ ski area (which featured in the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service – and is the location for the celebrated Piz Gloria revolving restaurant), with convenient beginners’ slopes and some of the most challenging runs in the region. Non-skiers staying in the region can take advantage of the excellent winter walking and sledging with the non-skiers’ lift pass.
Beginners skiing in Mürren
The nursery slopes are in the village and there are some nice easy blue runs from Allmenhubel back to the village for the more confident to progress onto.
Intermediates skiing in Mürren
Why not take the mountain train up to Kleine Scheidegg at Wengen for a good selection of long red runs
Advanced skiing in Mürren
Schilthorn has some great black runs heading back towards the village, as well as the 15km 'Inferno' challenge which takes you all the way down to Lauterbrunnen, conditions permitting.
Snowboarding in Mürren
Mürren is home to one of the Jungfrau regions snowparks. With a variety of rails and jumps, it is suitable for intermediates upwards. For piste map and further information see Wengen/Grindelwald.
08.30 - 16.30
23km (Local) 100km (whole) of marked trails. Non skiers walking pass available to pre-book.
2 snowparks (Mürren & Grindelwald)
Murren is traffic free.
Free ski hosting with you Inghams rep
Recently voted as one of Tripadvisor's Traveller's Choice Top 25 hotels in Switzerland and conveniently located for the resort amenities and skiing, the Eiger is a popular hotel with good facilities and enjoys superb mountain views. The skiing is easily accessed either by the little mountain railway just opposite, the Allmendhubel funicular 300m away, or the Schilthorn cable-car 500m away.
Pre-bookable Lift Passes, Ski Hire & Tuition
Ski & Snowboard 2018/19 : Prices frozen, Book by 28th FEB 2018.
Ski & Snowboard 2017/18
SKI SAVER PACK* - SAVE UP TO £38
6 days whole area pass, 6 days 'Red' ski hire
Whole Area Pass
Local Lift Pass
Local Lift Pass covers Wengen & Grindelwald only. Jungfrau Area Pass covers Mürren-Schilthorn region in addition. Non-skiers Pass covers consecutive days rail travel within the Jungfrau region (Supplements apply for Jungfraujoch (approx. Sfr60) and Schilthorn (approx. Sfr40) return, payable locally). Refundable deposit of approx. Sfr5 per person payable in resort for lift passes. Lift passes of 10 days and over and all non-skiers passes require a photo.
†Children under 6yrs go free on lifts if accompanied by a parent, but require a ‘piccolo pass’ if in ski school (approx. Sfr25 for 6 days - pay locally)
|Adult||Skis/ Snowboard||£138/ £138||£180 / n/a|
|Ski/ Snowboard boots||£73/ £73||£89 / n/a|
|Junior (10-15yrs)||Skis/ Snowboard||£66 / £66||-|
|Ski/ Snowboard boots||£43 / £43||-|
|Child (3-9yrs)||Skis/ Snowboard & boots||£70||-|
Equipment Hire (6 days) Please see here for description of hire categories.
Mürren tuition - please book locally
Prices and supplements are correct at time of publishing but may vary up or down; correct prices will be advised at the time of booking.
Resort Code: CHMU
Languages spoken: English
Time difference: GMT+1
Flights depart Saturdays & Sundays
Transfer 3hrs 30mins by Rail (Last part of transfer to Mürren is by cable-car/rail - approx. 30mins)
Isle of Man
Transfer 3hrs 30 mins by Coach or Rail
*Transfer by Swiss rail, supplement applies.
Rail from UK and Self drive available.
Car hire available: No
Evening resort bus service: No
Local bus services:
Parking available: No
Resort Ski bus available: Yes
Ski bus info:
Murren is traffic free.