Nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Grindelwald stands as a breathtakingly beautiful village that captivates visitors with its alpine charm and majestic scenery. Situated in the Bernese Oberland region, this small Swiss village is renowned for its stunning landscapes, outdoor activities, and warm hospitality. Whether you're an adventure enthusiast or a nature lover seeking tranquility, Grindelwald offers an enchanting escape in the lap of nature. With its alpine wonders and warm Swiss hospitality, this village promises an unforgettable experience for every visitor. Now you've chosen to visit the alpine heights of Grindelwald, it's time for you to decide what you'll be doing whilst you're here.
With a population of less than 5000 people and an elevation of 3,400 feet, it might be difficult to grab a taxi to get around. So that leaves you with a few options to get around this beautiful ski village. Which one are you going to take?
Select which method of transport you'll be taking. If you chose the train; then scroll down to the pink section. If you chose the ski lift; then scroll further down to the blue section to continue your adventure through Switzerland...
Well done for successfully boarding the train from Grindelwald Terminal to Jungfraujoch - the highest railway station in Europe. At a whopping 11,332 feet above sea level, you are guarenteed to have 365 days of ice and snow, so let's hope you packed your winter coat on your adventure!
Click on the image to see a live view of the JungFrauJoch mountain!
Great job for jumping on the ski lift from Grindelwald to First. 7,106 feet above sea level this mountain location is the perfect location for a long hike to Bachalpsee Lake. Let's hope your wearing your hiking boots today for this awesome adventure!
Click on the image to see the other activities you can get up to whilst visiting First.
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