About the Resort
A beautiful picture-postcard smaller ski resort in the Swiss Alps, Wengen is found right in the middle of the Jungfrau region, towered by three of the most infamous peaks: Eiger, Jungfrau and Monch. Benefiting from a traffic-free centre, it’s a great location for skiers and those looking for great après-ski. Let’s Talk
There’s lots for all levels of skiers on the Wengen piste map. For beginners, your best bet is to head to the Wengiboden nursery slope – particularly if the snow isn’t that great. Make sure you head there in the morning before it gets hit by the sun. This is where the Swiss Ski School runs its lessons at the Figeller children’s area. You can either try the three draglifts and four magic carpets on offer.Read More…
Wengen is a beautiful traditional Alpine resort with an outstanding ski area to enjoy. It has a great laid-back feel, even throughout the annual World Cup in January. You’ll find superb vistas of some of the most famous mountains in the world at Wengen, including the Schilthron which was famously the location for the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Service. Read More…
When you’re looking at Wengen ski accommodation you’ll find a good mix on offer. You’ve got over 100 Wengen hotels which vary from the reasonably priced, right up to beautiful 4-star hotels such as the Sunstar Alpine Hotel Wengen. Read More…
Wengen is definitely an ideal destination if you’re looking for a real traditional Alpine feel and a more relaxed and friendly way of life. It’s been massively popular with British visitors for decades. With its stunning views of the gorgeous mountains, it’s a ski resort that offers lots of charm. Read More…
Visitors to Wengen really enjoy its unspoilt centre; its traffic-free location is ideal for families. For non-skiers in Wengen, there is loads on offer. Make sure you head up to Jungfraujoch for The Top of Europe, which is actually 3471m above sea level. Here you’ll find some amazing views, plus the protected Aletsch Glacier which is accessed from the Jungfrau ridge. Visitors can enjoy its ice palace and a multimedia exhibition space. There’s even an Indian restaurant to try up here. Read More…
+Traditional, picturesque chocolate box village.
+Great for families
Things to think about
– Some Lifts need updating
– Very little nightlife
Child Pass 6-15 Years.