Ski Lifts in Murren

The ski lift system in Murren includes 14 lifts providing over 5,000m of vertical uplift and capable of carrying over 10,000 skiers and snowboarders per hour, which is enough to prevent queuing except for the cable cars to Birg and the Schilthorn at peak periods.

Murren Ski Lifts

There is a new chairlift from Allmiboden, at the bottom of Maulerhubel which leads up to the top of Allmendhubel and connects the two ski areas Winteregg with Schiltgrat and Gimmeln.

The wide variety of lifts is part of the experience of your skiing holiday in Murren and includes impressive cable car engineering, a funicular railway, half a dozen chairlifts, three drag lifts and an electric railway that runs along the cliff top between Grutschalp, Winteregg and Murren.

The Sonnenberg offers typical Swiss dishes and has a popular snowbar with relaxing deckchairs in the winter season.

The cable cars provide most of the uplift and the chairlifts, some of which are quite old, are gradually being updated and now include a new high-speed chairlift from Winteregg to Maulerhubel.  Although you might have to queue for the cable car from Murren (1,638m) to Birg (2,676m) and Schilthorn (2,970m) at peak periods, the views on the way up and from the Piz Gloria rotating restaurant at 2,970m are absolutely stunning. If skiing in Murren in the low season, you could find yourself riding a cable car alone and one of the attractions of Murren is that even in busy periods it is too small for mass market tourism or to suffer from lift queues and overcrowded pistes.

Murren & Jungfrau Ski Lift Passes

The main lift pass is the Sportpass Jungfrau, which can be purchased for continous periods of 2-7 days or 14 days and covers all Jungfrau ski lifts including Murren-Schilthorn. The Personal Choice Sportpass is valid on Jungfrau lifts for any 3 days within 7 consecutive day period and a Sportpass is available for those who want just half a day or a full day access to Murren-Schilthorn or Grindelwald or Wengen ski lifts only. The Sportpass Jungfrau also covers the cog mountain railway between Lauterbrunnen Wengen, Wengernalp and Kleine Scheidegg, and rail journeys between Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald.

Special passes for 2-7 days are also available to non-skiers for walking and tobogganing. Ski lift pass prices allow reductions of 10% for seniors (62 and over), 20% for youths (16-19 years) and 50% for children (6-15 years) and the special passes for non-skiers are available at a 50% reduction from the Sportpass Jungfrau.

Murren & Jungfrau Lift Company

Murren-Schilthorn Lift Company
Tel: +41 (0) 33 826 0007
Email: [email protected]

Jungfrau Lift Company
Tel: +41 (0) 33 828 72 33
Email: [email protected]


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