Best Places to visit in the Jungfrau Switzerland

The Jungfrau massif, with its three acclaimed tops – the Jungfrau at 4,158 meters, the Mönch at 4,099 meters, and the 3,970-meter Eiger – has been the objective of climbers since the mid 1800s and, all the more as of late, of skiers who set out toward its 206 kilometers of slants and runs, all set against the background of the three pinnacles.


The most elevated railroad station in Europe at 3,454 meters, the Jungfraujoch resembles a little town, with a lodging, eateries, inquire about stations, and underground entries prompting an Ice Palace cut from the ice sheet and to sports scenes for skiing and dogsledding.


The Lauterbrunnen valley stretches out from Zweilütschinen to the foot of the Breithorn in the Jungfrau massif. The ordinary high snow-capped valley is encased between sheer shake dividers over which a few great cascades drop in foaming strips.

Schilthorn and Piz Gloria

The Schilthornbahn, a 6,967-meter-long cableway, climbs in 34 minutes through three transitional stations to the Schilthorn, at a height of 2,970 meters. The perspectives are astounding, and the ski trails from here run the distance back to Lauterbrunnen, 12 kilometers beneath.


An auto free resort most of the way up the Eiger and disregarding the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Wengen must be come to by walking or on the Wengernalpbahn, a rack railroad from Lauterbrunnen that was worked in 1893. The town is wonderfully set at the foot of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau and is a perfect base for strolls and trips in the mountains and snow-capped knolls of the Bernese Oberland.


A village of narrow streets and picturesque chalets set among alpine meadows, Grindelwald lies at the foot of the dramatic ledges of the Eiger’s sheer north face. To the left of the Eiger is the 3,104-meter Mettenberg and the 3,701-meter Wetterhorn, the most characteristic landmark of the Grindelwald valley.


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