Wengen Ski Resort
Wengen Ski Resort is a family friendly small relaxed village ski resort surrounded by the dramatic views of the mountains Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau and Lauberhon. Although famous for it’s high speed World Cup Lauberhorn Downhill course, which is the longest and one of the toughest on the World Cup circuit, it’s gentle slopes are more suited to beginners and intermediates.
Wengen lies in the heart of the Jungfrau region and is set on a sloping shelf above the Lauterbrunnen valley, opposite Mürren, and reached only by a cog railway. The cog railway takes about 15 minutes.
Wengen Accommodation, Lodging & Hotel Options
How To Get To Wengen
Flying To Wengen
Wengen is located 221 km from Geneva International Airport. To transfer from the airport to the resort is around two hours 30 minutes by road.
Rail Travel To Wengen
Via Bern or Lucerne to Interlaken-Ost. Change to the Bernese Oberland Railway to Lauterbrunnen. Change to the Wengernalp Railway to Wengen.
Driving To Wengen (Wengen is car-free)
Via Bern or Lucerne to Interlaken. Or from the south via the Simplon Pass and the Lötschberg car-transport train to Interlaken. Then follow the signs to Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen. Parking is available in the car park at the railway station. With the Wengernalp Railway to Wengen. Wengen is car-free.
Wengen Trail Map