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    The resort is located on a sunny, wind-protected terrace at the foot of the Jungfrau, 400 metres above the Lauterbrunnen valley at an altitude of 1274 metres. The pedestrian village, rich in tradition, offers a family-friendly ski and hiking area around Männlichen and Kleine Scheidegg.

    With its nostalgic wooden houses, numerous holiday chalets and Belle Époque hotels, this Bernese Oberland resort has preserved the authentic character of a mountain village. The terrace, which opens wide to the south-west, guarantees an above-average amount of sunshine. The pedestrian village of Wengen has been accessible since 1893 by the Wengernalpbahn from Lauterbrunnen, where car parks are available.

    Ourhiking and biking tours

    From Wengen you can easily reach the most important excursion destinations in the Jungfrau region. From Kleine Scheidegg, you can watch the climbers on the Eiger North Face – one of the most spectacular and difficult climbs in the world – from a bird’s eye view. Changing at Kleine Scheidegg, you can reach the Jungfraujoch by train. And from Lauterbrunnen in the valley you can reach the Schilthorn summit via Mürren or Stechelberg.

    More than 500 km of signposted hiking trails and 15 ski lifts in the surrounding area lead you to the most beautiful vantage points in the Jungfrau region, for example the panorama trail between Wengen and Kleine Scheidegg, from where the view of the imposing Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau rock massif is particularly impressive. If you like adventure, you can try your hand at paragliding, rafting and canyoning. And if you want a fascinating experience, don’t miss the Eiger Trail at the foot of the Eiger North Face, a mountain hike of medium difficulty.

    The 160 km of mountain bike trails make the hearts of all mountain bike enthusiasts beat faster and correspond to different levels of difficulty.

    TheJungfraujoch Top of Europe

    On the roof of Europe: the climb to the Jungfraujoch is the crowning glory of any stay in Switzerland.

    For more than a century, the Jungfraubahn has been taking visitors to Europe’s highest railway station at 3,454 metres above sea level. When you stand on the Jungfraujoch, the first thing you feel is that it is another world. An experience you must have had.

    The site is now a World Heritage Site (Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch). The rack railway starts at Kleine Scheidegg and runs through a tunnel to provide year-round access to the roof of Europe.

    The tunnel, seven kilometres long from Eigergletscher station, was dug between 1896 and 1912. Two stops allow you to take a look at the fascinating spectacle of the north face of the Eiger and the glacier. At the summit, visitors discover a fabulous world of ice, snow and rock, which they can admire from the panoramic terraces of the “Sphinx” and the “Plateau”, on the Aletsch Glacier or in the “Ice Palace”.


    Le téléphérique de la Wengen Männlichen AG va faire sensation avec la plateforme en plein air aménagée sur le toit de la cabine, d’où les voyageurs pourront profiter d’une vue panoramique The Wengen Männlichen AG aerial cableway will cause a sensation with the open-air platform on the cabin roof, from where passengers can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view. The Wengen Männlichen AG aerial cableway offers its guests new cabins with an open-air balcony on the roof. Passengers access this platform via a spiral staircase and enjoy a unique panorama of the majestic mountains and nature throughout the journey. In just a few minutes, passengers reach the Männlichen upper station at 2229 m above sea level, where the view of the triad of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains will surprise them.

    From the top station, the Royal Walk leads in 30 minutes to the 2345-metre-high summit. Along the way, seven information boards provide visitors with an insight into the fantastic world of the Alps.spectaculaire. Le téléphérique de la Wengen Männlichen AG propose à ses hôtes de nouvelles cabines, équipées d’un balcon en plein air sur leur toit. Les passagers accèdent à cette plateforme via un escalier en colimaçon et profitent durant tout le trajet d’un panorama unique sur la montagne et la nature majestueuses. En quelques minutes, les voyageurs atteignent la station supérieure du Männlichen à 2229 m d’altitude où la vue sur la triade des monts Eiger, Mönch et Jungfrau les surprendra.

    Depuis la station supérieure, le sentier de petite randonnée « Royal Walk » mène en 30 minutes au sommet, à 2345 m d’altitude. En chemin, sept panneaux d’information permettent aux visiteurs de mieux connaître le fantastique monde alpin.

    FromMännlichen to Kleine Scheidegg

    The classic panoramic hike. This short and easy hike is a great way to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

    From the Männlichen at 2230 metres above sea level, the magnificent high altitude path leads southwards. Along the eastern flank of the Tschuggen, still at the same altitude, you reach Honegg. Then you make a loop around the rocky Lauberhorn foothills to reach the Grindelwaldblick mountain restaurant. Kleine Scheidegg (2061 m) is not far away.

    TheKleine Scheidegg

    Kleine Scheidegg is the pass (2061 m) between the Eiger (3967 m) and the Lauberhorn (2472 m) in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland, which connects Grindelwald with Lauterbrunnen. Kleine Scheidegg is home to hotels, restaurants, lifts and the stations of the Wengernalpbahn and Jungfraubahn.

    Big station on Kleine Scheidegg: Two cog railways meet here, where you can discover the most beautiful region of the Bernese Oberland. For nature is very close at hand, and many excursions will tempt you : Would you rather go to the Jungfraujoch, hike the Eiger Trail or conquer the Lauberhorn?

    TheTrümmelbach Falls

    With its ten glacial waterfalls inside the mountain, which can be reached by a lift in the rock, the Trümmelbach Falls are unique in Europe. The Trümmelbach Falls, which originate from a 24 km long basin, half of which is made up of snow and ice, drains the gigantic glacier walls of the Eiger (3,970 m), Mönch (4,099 m) and Jungfrau (4,158 m) with a flow rate of up to 20,000 litres per second. The Federal Inventory of Landscapes, Sites and Natural Monuments. UNESCO natural world heritage. Michelin Guide ***

    Apart from the last of the Trümmelbach Falls, all the other waterfalls within the mountain have remained invisible since the last ice age, about 15,000 years ago, until 1877, when they were first man-made. Therefore, the name “Trümmelbach” does not convey an optical impression, which is often the case in the naming of waterfalls, but an acoustic one, as the name Trümmelbach is similar to that of Trommelbach, “Trommel” evoking the rolling of the drum.

    The flow of the torrent is subject to large fluctuations: from December to March, it is only a trickle of water flowing under thick shells of ice. After the night frosts in April and October, the flow is limited to a few dozen litres per second. When the snow melts from April to June and then during the melting of the glaciers from June to September or after rainstorms, up to 20,000 litres of water per second flow through the rocks: the stream turns into a tumultuous torrent.

    What flows and roars in summer comes to a standstill in the icy silence of winter, leaving it all to the stone to express itself.