What's included in a day ski pass in Jungfraujoch?

What's included in a day ski pass in Jungfraujoch?

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Milena
Milena
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Mar 6, 2018 - 10:56 PM

Hello and thank you so much for your website. It has been tremendously helpful in my 0lanning a 6 day trip later this month.

I cannot find what is included in a day ski pass in the Jungfraujosh area. Could someone help me?

it is probably an easy thing to guess for skiers but I am not one!

ttanks a lot

Milena

rockoyster
rockoyster
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Mar 7, 2018 - 2:38 AM in reply to Milena

Hello Milena,

I don't really know but given you are not a skier maybe the Hiking and Sledging Pass may be more appropriate? See www.myswissalps.com/ju ngfrauhikingsledgingpa ss

Lucas
Lucas
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Mar 7, 2018 - 7:04 AM in reply to Milena

Hi Milena and welcome to MySwissAlps!

You may find the information you are looking for here as well: https://www.jungfrau.c h/en-gb/jungfrau-ski-region/

Arno
Arno
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Mar 7, 2018 - 8:11 AM

The pass that Rockoyster suggested is the best one for non-skiers. An actual ski pass includes lifts you won't be able to use, yet pay for anyway.

Milena
Milena
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Mar 8, 2018 - 9:36 AM

Thank you guys, this is very helpful. Their website was not that informative but now I know everything about the pass....more calculations to follow on your super spreadsheet!!(thanks for that too)

If I may shift the to another question, can I ask for your opinion of heading to Glacier 3000 on 30 March. It seems a lot of activities are going to be closed, e.i. the snow bus, the tobbogan. Is the Peak Walk itself and the journey there worth it? We might be in Gstaad that evening - what else in the area is worth a visit?

thank you

Milena

Lucas
Lucas
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Mar 8, 2018 - 1:40 PM in reply to Milena

Hi Milena,

Don't worry about the Snow Bus, you can just walk the same route across the glacier in about 45 minutes (each way). Lovely walk to a great view point and small restaurant - especially if the weather is nice!

I'm not sure if the Cliff Walk itself is worth the journey (several mountains have a similar feature in Switzerland) but it is only 30 minutes from Gstaad, & the Glacier walk and views up there are great. So if the weather is nice and you want a mountain excursion I'd go for it.

You can read about my recent day trip from Zurich to the Glacier 3000 here.

Milena
Milena
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Mar 9, 2018 - 8:46 PM

Thank you Lucas,

The night in Gstaad was to ease the travel to the Glacier, but after reading your report we might stay in Interlaken where we would be otherwise and only embark on the journey if the weather looks nice. If this is doable from Zurich it's doable from Interlaken!

it seems you had fun that day and I am hoping we will get the sun too, so we can walk on the Glacier.

Thanks again

Milena

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