Jungfrau Travel Pass
Valid for travel between May 6 and October 22
The Jungfrau Region lies in the heart of Switzerland, offering ideal hiking holidays amongst sensational views and natural wonders of the Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch UNESCO World Heritage site. Available for 3 to 6 consecutive days of travel on the Jungfrau Railways network listed below. The pass for 5 and 6 days includes the Interlaken Ost – Interlaken West train journey and the boat trip on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.
Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe Voucher
Valid together with the Jungfrau Travel Pass.
Nicknamed the Top of Europe, Jungfraujoch offers unspoiled views of the alps at an altitude of 3,454 m. This voucher is valid for one connecting ticket of Eigergletscher – Junfraujoch-Top of Europe return trip valid together with the Jungfrau Travel pass (must be shown on spot). Please exchange this voucher on site at a railway station of Jungfrau railways before departure.
Jungfrau Hiking and Sledging Pass
Valid for travel between December 17 and April 17
The Jungfrau Region is not only great in winter for skiing but it also offers well-groomed hiking trails and sledging runs (known to some as tobogganing). Available for 2 to 7 days on the Jungfrau Railways network listed below, this is the winter version of the Jungfrau Pass that includes (nearly) unlimited hiking and sledging, while surrounded by the beautiful Jungfrau glacier world.
Jungfrau Passes can be used on these routes (view map)
Jungfrau Travel Pass 3-6 days:
Bernese Oberland Railway: Interlaken Ost – Lauterbrunnen
Bernese Oberland Railway: Interlaken Ost – Grindelwald
Schynige Platte Railway: Wilderswil – Schynige Platte (from 28 May 2016)
Wengernalp Railway: Lauterbrunnen – Kleine Scheidegg – Grindelwald
Jungfrau Railway: Kleine Scheidegg – Eigergletscher
Lauterbrunnen-Mürren railway: Lauterbrunnen – Grütschalp – Mürren
Harder Railway: Interlaken – Harder Kulm
First Railway: Grindelwald – First
Gondola cableway: Grindelwald – Männlichen (from 28 May 2016)
Aerial cableway: Wengen – Männlichen (from 21 May 2016)
Local bus: – Grindelwald – Grosse Scheidegg (from 21 May 2016)
Local bus: Grindelwald – Bussalp (from 21 May 2016)
Local bus: Grindelwald – Waldspitz (from 11 June to 16 October 2016)
Jungfrau Travel Pass 5-6 days also valid on the following routes:
BLS: Interlaken Ost – Interlaken West
BLS: Boat journey on Lakes Thun and Brienz.
Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe Voucher
Eigergletscher – Junfraujoch and return
Jungfrau Hiking and Sledging Pass 2-7 days valid routes (view map)
Interlaken Ost – Grindelwald / Lauterbrunnen and Mürren
Grindelwald / Lauterbrunnen – Kleine Scheidegg – Eiger Glacier
(not valid after 5.47 PM for the Eiger Run cosy evening sledging. With the hiking and sledging pass you get a discounted evening ticket for CHF 16, instead of CHF 26)
Grindelwald or Wengen to Männlichen
Grindelwald – First
Grindelwald – Bussalp (bus) until 4 PM
Mürren – Allmendhubel
Lauterbrunnen – Stechelberg – Mürren
Lauterbrunnen – Grütschalp – Mürren
Available for the hiking and sledging pass starting at 3 days, travelers receive a 50% discount on a connecting ticket for Mürren – Schilthorn Piz Gloria.
Jungfrau Passes can be purchased by anyone including residents of Switzerland.
These passes are seasonal so depending on your travel date, select either the Jungfrau Travel Pass for summer travel or the Jungfrau Hiking and Sledging Pass for winter travel.
You receive a voucher to exchange at any departure station of Jungfrau Railways.
Jungfrau Passes are available in Standard Class only.