Wengen - Grindelwald Ski Experience
scenic destinations in the world. Framed by the iconic Eiger,
Mönch and Jungfrau mountain peaks, skiers can access
THREE iconic ski resorts, all on ONE pass.
So Many Activites
Authentic Swiss Cuisine
Photo credits: Romy Streit GMBH
7 nights lodging at the exquisite Fiescherblick Grindelwald.
Magnificent, healthy Breakfasts.
3 Chef’s Choice gourmet dinners during the week.
(Infludes any special dietary requirements.)
Welcome reception upon arrival.
Jungfrau Sportpass – 6 days of skiing.
On mountain coaching, hosting, guiding.
Ski Rentals for the week.
Flight to Zurich, Switzerland.
Transportation to Grindelwald.
Most dinners & lunches (other than inclusive).
Ski clothing, helmet, gloves, goggles and ski boots.
Medical, evacuation and/or cancellation insurance. We strongly recommend every guest who books an Alpin Luxe trip take out Travel Insurance that includes evacuation and medical coverage. Please click here for more information on Travel Insurance.
*Must provide proof of Insurance.
$1000 deposit to secure your booking. (See our booking policy!)
Only 8-10 spots available. Book early, this trip will sell out quickly!
Additional payment options available at checkout.
We welcome travelers of all types and ages. Individual? Couple? Friends? Family with kids? Of course! Please contact us with any specific questions and information you’d like us to know so we can accommodate your best experience.
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As with most beautiful European resorts, travel is quite easy. The scenery is amazing and both the roads and trains are excellent. We recommend traveling to Grindelwald via train. Trains to/from Zurich airport transit via Bern to Interlaken Ost Bahnhof in around 3hr, or via the more scenic route through lovely Lucerne in around 5hr. The journey via Lucerne is recommended if time is not of the essence! Here’s how to book your transfer.
Fiescherblick Grindelwald Hotel Amenities
Natural Care Products
Showers & Tubs
Desk & Lamp
Free high-speed Wi-Fi available throughout the building
Base layers (wool is best for travel)
Ski socks (wool or compression)
Mid-layer (wool, down vest or fleece pullover)
High quality outerwear (Wool, Gore-Tex or similar)
Gloves or mittens
Warm headwear (for off-piste)
Buff or face and neck protection
Ski or snowboard boots
Lodge clothing (comfy sweats)
Mountain casual apparel for dinners (jeans, sweaters)
Regular boots (mud or snow)
Bathing suit (sauna, spa, hot tub)
Sunscreen and Chapstick
Extra goggle lenses
Extra pair of gloves or mittens
GoPro or Camera
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