The holiday village Wengen is located at 1.274 m above sea level at the foot of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
From Wengen you can reach the Jungfraujoch by train within 1.5 hours. During your train ride you can enjoy the breathtaking view on the mountains.
“The village of the Jungfrau” is not joined to network of roads and is therefore car-free. You can reach Wengen with the Wengernalpbahn form Lauterbrunnen.
Wengen is as well famous for the events. In winter the spectacular Lauberhorn race takes place and in summer the 42 km long Jungfrau-Marathon is carried out.
Come and join us at our spectacular Snow Show, where our instructors display some of their best skills and tricks. If you like any of them ask your instructor to teach you during your lesson!
Music, lights and fireworks with lots of fun for kids and adults. We change our programme each year – come and see what we’ve prepared for you this season!
The show takes place at 9 pm on the Figeller slope in our Beginners Area in Wengen (behind the ice rink) on the following dates:
- Monday, 13th February 2023
- Monday, 27th February 2023
- Monday, 20th February 2023
Snowbar stays open late on the night of the Snow Show so you can get a hot chocolate or gluhwein to keep you warm
Come to Wengen mid January to enjoy the famous Lauberhorn World Cup race. Watching the race live from the crowds is an unforgettable experience. The atmosphere in Wengen during the competition is electric, and you can bump into world famous skiers on every corner.
If you miss the race itself, you will still have a chance to ski down the famous Lauberhorn run - the piste opens for public after the competition. Our instructors can guide you down this spectacular and challenging run, showing the most exciting parts of the course on your way to the finish line.
Good to know
While the hotels fill up quickly for the Lauberhorn week, most runs remain very empty during the time. All the attention concentrates on the Lauberhorn run where training and races are held. So you can enjoy quiet runs on all other parts of the mountain.
To learn more, visit the Lauberhorn Race official website
Take part in a ski race on the Figeller in Wengen and feel like a ski racer yourself!
Ski racing for guests takes place on every Friday.
at the Tourist Centre closes at 5pm the previous day.
Participation costs are CHF 5.00. Minimum of participants: 4 pax.
Meeting point and time
Friday at Figeller, 17.30pm.
Please contact the Tourist Center for more information: +41 33 856 85 85
Dancing for the young ones at the "Hasenstall"
On Thursdays during the February High Season Wengen Ski and Snowboard School, in conjunction with Wengen Tourism, holds a Disco for children at the "Hasenstall” (by Silberhorn hotel).
We welcome all children accompanied by an adult!
Thursday, 09.02.2023 /16.02.2023 / 23.02.2023 / 02.03.2023
4 pm to 6 pm
Looking for something to do after your ski lesson?
Explore the attractive trails Wengen has to offer for snowshoeing.
Hesitating to go alone?
Please enquire at the Ski School Office. We can link you up with a local snowshoe guide. You can get help with fitting the equipment and be introduced to the most scenic trails!
Experience snowshoeing after nightfall with a head torch only to light your way. A memorable experience particularly after fresh snow fall!
Swap your skis or board for a sledge before or after your lesson, to enjoy Wengen and the Jungfrau region from a whole new perspective! With one of the longest and most spectacular runs in the world, we are sure you will embark on a great adventure.
Bring friends or a whole family to enjoy some unforgettable moments together. With runs from beginner to advanced level there are plenty of options to choose from.
You can hop on a train from Wengen to Kleine Scheidegg and sledge all the way back to the village. Or use the Männlichen cable car to sledge towards Grindelwald.