The distinctive nature of Grindelwald and the near surroundings lies in the unique natural scenery. You will not find such wonderful panoramic views & vistas in many other Alpine regions.

Take the Jungfrau railway to the highest station in Europe

The Jungfrau railway is within walking distance of our exclusive holiday apartment and it will, via only two intermediate stations and while offering exceptional views of the North Face of the Eiger and the Jungfraujoch, bring you to Europe's highest railway station. From the Sphinx panoramic terrace, at a height of 3,571 metres, you have an exceptional view over the mountain peaks and Alpine trains of the Berner Oberland.

Take the cable car to the Grindelwald Glacier

Also within walking distance of our chalet is the cable car, which takes you to the First from where you have a spectacular view over the Grindelwald Glacier and the Schreckhorngroup. When you have reached 2,000 meters, we recommend a hiking tour to the Bachalpsee until the Bussalp. From there you can return by bus to Grindelwald.

Dreigestirn Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau

We recommend a trip to the Alpine station "Kleine Scheidegg", 2,061 metres high. From here the view to the Dreigestirm is spectacular. Either during skiing holidays in the ski region Grindelwald-Wengen or during the holidays in the summer, from the Kleinen Scheidegg you can reach every corner of the Dreigestirn.

With the cable car to the First

From Grindelwald the cable car trip to the First takes approx. half an hour. Once you have reached 2,167 metres you will have the most spectacular view over the Berner Oberland. From here you can admire the mountain peaks with 3,000 and 4,000 metres.

You can ask locally for more information about tours, sightseeing highlights and excursions. You can also receive more event details and tips at the tourist information office.

More sights & attractions in and around Grindelwald. 

We also recommend: a visit to the Native Museum in Grindelwald, a day trip to Interlaken, Wengen, Beatenberg, Höhematte and Mürren.