Stechelberg in Winter

Exhilarating and idyllic nature

The ski region 'Mürren-Schilthorn' is the highest skiing area in the Bernese Oberland with impressive views of the Eiger, Mönch und Jungfrau. Directly situated at your doorstep, be enticed by the steep slopes, long downhill runs and breathtaking mountain views.

The winter sport area Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen is easily and quickly accessible by bus (free) and train.

Nordic sports enthusiasts will be inspired by the cross country course to Lauterbrunnen. Relaxation in the refreshing mountain air and vivid encounters in nature are guaranteed in Stechelberg.


Sledding is a fun and inexpensive winter sport. The road between Murren and Gimmelwald is a fun run for young and old alike. As is, the run between Sulwald and Isenfluh, for which he starting point is easily accessible by Cable Car from Isenfluh. Kleine Scheidegg, Mannlichen and Grindlewald-First also have good runs.

Flyer Toboggan Run Isenfluh - Sulwald (PDF)

Ice Rink Sports

Natural Ice Rink Lauterbrunnen

An open air ice rink is provided by Lauterbrunnen Tourismus presumed that the weather conditions are favorable. Enjoy the nicely frozen waterfalls and the snowy landscape while ice skating on the natural ice rink in the Lauterbrunnen valley.

Info sheet Natural Ice Rink Lauterbrunnen

Ice Skating and Curling in Wengen and Muerren

Wengen and Mürren have ice skating and curling rinks.

Within 15-20 minutes both areas are easily reached by train or cable car. Lauterbrunnen guests benefit by using the Visitors Card which gives reductions on entry fees.

Cross Country Course Lauterbrunnen - Stechelberg

Due to the nature of alpine topography a limited area is available for Nordic Cross Country Skiing. However, in the Lauterbrunnen Valley there is a 12 km course (classic and skating) from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg which runs along the river, Weissen Lütschine, to the end of the valley with spectacular scenery of frozen waterfalls and snowcapped mountain giants.

Info sheet Cross Country Skiing Lauterbrunnen Valley (PDF)