Wengen: 1,274m (4,180ft)
Geneva: 3hr 15mins, there is a coach to Lauterbrunnen and then a train.
small beer £1.80 bottle of house wine £7.50 cup of tea/coffee £1.50-2.00
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So what's it like?
A winter wonderland for skiers and non-skiers alike
Ever popular with British visitors, the Jungfrau Region is set against the beautiful backdrop of the majestic Eiger. The diverse terrain was the “birthplace of alpine skiing”, and the pretty villages have a long skiing tradition. Wengen retains a more rustic mountain flavour, accessed by mountain railway, the centre is virtually traffic free. Exclusive offer: Buy one lift pass and get one FREE (valid for ALL departure dates for Winter 11/12)
60CHF hotel credit
There'll be a credit of 60CHF waiting for you at the hotel with this offer. Use it in the bar or restaurant and save some cash while you're away.
Buy 1 lift pass get 1 half price
Buy a lift pass and help yourself to a second one at half price.
Excludes certain departure dates, see terms and conditions for details.
There are nursery slopes in Wengen and there is an excellent English speaking Swiss ski school. Once those basic skills have been honed, beginners can move onto the Klien Scheidegg.
The full area Jungfrau Top Ski Region ski pass covers 213kms of pistes, providing almost unlimited scope for intermediates on a range of relaxing runs or more testing routes down the Kleine Scheidegg mountain. Highlights include the 8km run from Oberjoch down to Grindelwald and the powder slopes from the Eigergletscher to Wengernalp.
Experts can try the famous Lauberhorn World Cup downhill piste, or the fearsome Black Rock run which starts at the base of the Eiger. If you can cope with any more then there is the famous black, almost vertical 'Kanonenrohr' in Mürren.
A good variety to suit all tastes from quiet and informal cafés to lively bars. Recommended is Sina's Bar with live music, Tanne, the Crystal bar or Rocks bar.
· Sports centre with pool · Curling · Ice skating · Bowling · Snowshoeing · Paragliding · Guided walks · Tobogganing (50 kms)
Wengen has a variety of restaurants to choose from. Pizzas from approx. SFr18 · Fondue from approx. SFr25 · Try the Da Sina or the Lauberhorn Treff .
· Flood-lit ski and snowboard exhibitions · Cinema · Shopping · Train to the Jungfraujoch at 3454m · Piz Gloria revolving restaurant on the Schilthorn above Mürren · English church
From Geneva airportOne-way (arrival) from £193 pp. Return from £366 pp.
The pretty village of Wengen is a superb family resort with excellent facilities to care for children during the day. In Wengen, the Playhouse is an English speaking kindergarten taking children from 18 months to 7 years and is held at the Sport Pavilion. Its hours are 0900-1700 from Sunday to Friday and children can be dropped off at anytime. Its costs approx. 15 SFr for 1 hour and lunch costs 10 SFr, taken at the Sunstar Hotel (to be booked locally and price may vary). Grindewald has an English speaking kindergarten at the Bodmi nursery slope and at the top of the Mannlichen and First areas. Opening times are 0930-1600 Monday to Friday for children aged 3 to 7 years. Full day care is approx SFr 50 per day.
Special offers this winter
Buy one lift pass, get one half price
Buy one adult local lift pass and receive a second half price - available on new bookings for departures 8 Mar-5 Apr 2014. Terms and conditions apply.