Freeriding, terrain parks and pistes
in Jungfrau Region
FreeridingFreeriders who don't mind having to share lifts will find this place great, with far too much terrain to mention. The runs at Murren, off the Schilthon, are going to delight advanced riders. Great powder stashes are frequent in a number of spots, but the best bet is to contact a local company specialising in off-piste.
FreestylersFreestylers will find the Murren area the best for pipe and other obstacles, however, Wengen has some amazing natural hits that will take more than a month to conquer.
PistesCarvers blend in well here as there's a lot of Euro's with head bands and one piece suits posing on Wengen's slopes, where you?ll find for some fast carving runs.
BeginnersBeginners will only be put off by the crowds of skiers falling around on the gentle slopes and in the lift queues. Wengen has the best novice terrain, while Murren has the worst. READ NEXT: Village life, accommodation & nightlife
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