>> wengen with family from 27 may till 1st june, we will have swiss pass, below are the activities we have in mind, please suggest if they are doable
The key to finding out what is feasible and what isn't is to plan your trips using the Swiss Timetable to find out how long it will take to get there and back:
(Use the one on the right with the red SBB logo.)
>> 29- zermatt- i am confused between matterhorn and gornegratt- which one is better and where can we get to play in snow
Both are beautiful; neither would disappoint. Which one is better is entirely a matter of personal preference.
Have you read these pages?
Both should have snow at the end of May.
>> 30- i really want to do glacier 3000 but i believe it too long a travel , we will have kids of 6 years, advice wheter to take this trip
Find out how long it will take to get there and back, using the Swiss Timetable. Whether or not it is too far to travel is up to you to decide.
>> 31- would like to do schilthorne if ther will be snow
There may not be snow on the observation deck. You will be able to see snow on the surrounding mountains.
There is no snow-play area at the top station of the Schilthorn. The snow-play area is at mid-station Birg, but it has closed for the season.
>> else we can go to grindelwald and do Mannlichen
The gondola from Grindelwald Grund to Männlichen operates from 26 May 2018, but the cable car between Wengen and Männlichen doesn't reopen until 1 June. So you can go up and back on the gondola.
>> Is the gondola free for swiss pass holder?
With a Swiss Travel Pass, you get 50% discount on the gondola from Grindelwald Grund to Männlichen.
From Grindelwald, you can get to Grindelwald Grund by train or bus.
- If you travel to Grindelwald Grund on the train, you get free travel to Grindelwald and 25% discount from Grindelwald to Grindelwald Grund.
- By bus #123 from Grindelwald Bahnhof (railway station) to the Männlichenbahn stop (for the gondola), the trip is free with the Swiss Travel Pass.
The bus timetable is here:
www.grindelwaldbus.ch/ en/timetable/timetable -summer
I agree with the others that for such a short trip, focussing entirely on the Berner Oberland Region and perhaps a day trip to Luzern is a much better use of your time than travelling so far and wide.
For more information about what you can see and do in the Jungfrau Region and wider Berner Oberland Region, please see here: