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Those who reach the highest railway station in Europe will not believe their eyes...

Interlaken–Lauterbrunnen–Kleine Scheidegg–Jungfraujoch: Distance 34 Km - Duration 2h17
Jungfraujoch–Kleine Scheidegg–Grindelwald–Interlaken: Distance 39 Km - Duration 2h24

To complete the "full" route, start from Interlaken (567m):
The Bernese Oberland Railway connects Interlaken Ost to Grindelwald/Lauterbrunnen, while the Wengernalpbahn connects Grindelwald/Lauterbrunnen to Kleine Scheidegg (2061m).
The Jungfrau Railway is a cogwheel railway that climbs from Kleine Scheidegg to the Jungfraujoch, passing by the Eiger and Mönch mountains, overcoming an altitude difference of almost 1,400 meters on a route of about 9 kilometers, of which about 7 are in tunnels.
From Interlaken Ost to the Jungfraujoch Top of Europe, there is a total difference in altitude of 2,887 meters, which can be covered in just over 2 hours!

Inside the Alpine peak called "Sphinx", at the highest railway station in Europe, a lift takes you to the summit with the Observatory and the famous belvedere terrace, from which you can enjoy the magnificent view of the mountains and the Aletsch Glacier. The Jungfrau-Aletsch region, characterized by unique flora and fauna, is the first area in the entire Alpine Region to be proclaimed a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. Other tourist attractions include the Ice Palace, the ski and snowboard park, and the "Top of Europe" glacier restaurant.

Located in the heart of Switzerland, in the heart of the Bernese Oberland, the Jungfrau region stretches at the foot of the imposing Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau massifs, peaks famous all over the world. This area offers a varied natural landscape: from the lakes of Thun and Brienz to the Alpine world of glaciers and snow-capped mountains with streams, waterfalls and unique flora and fauna.

Thanks to the Jungfrau Railways, these natural wonders are easily accessible. Enjoy a journey by train, cable car or funicular railway through lush green pastures, snow-capped peaks, extensive hiking areas and breathtaking panoramic views, a true paradise for all nature lovers and railway enthusiasts.

Main attractions:

  • View of the Aletsch Glacier, the longest and widest glacier in the Alps
  • Eismeer stop along the way to admire the panorama
  • Sphinx panoramic terrace at 3571 meters
  • Alpine Sensation tour in the Ice Palace
  • Ice Palace: a walk inside the glacier
  • Snow fun park from May to October
  • New: the Eiger Express is a fast cable car, an alternative possibility to the train from Grindelwald for those who want to reduce the travel time by 47 minutes. It is accessible with our ticket, without additional reservation.

Catering: Catering is not available on the trains, but you will find restaurants, bars and self-service at the Jungfrau summit, along with a souvenir shop and the Lindt Chocolate Heaven.

Disabled: The Jungfrau Railway is accessible, but advance notice is required.

The Jungfrau Railway is open every day of the year.

We have created several packages to help you start planning your trip. Each of them can be customized to your needs and preferences.

Write to us at info@treninorosso.it