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Cheap Grindelwald Holidays

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Find information on Grindelwald in our Travel Guide covering sights, foods and nightlife plus more...

Grindelwald Introduction

Grindelwald is a very picturesque and long-established resort beneath the rugged Eiger, Jungfrau and Monch mountains. With Christmas card appeal, Grindelwald ski holidays are popular with a wide range of visitors. The one hundred and forty miles of pistes and two snow parks accommodate all levels of expertise. Ski schools offer tuition that will soon advance the skills of novices, and they also provide guides for off piste skiing. A selection of lifts gives easy access to the slopes. A variety of accommodation from first class hotels to chalets and apartments provides for most budgets and restaurants cater for most tastes. Nightlife can be as lively or as relaxed as you wish. Grindelwald ski holidays offer great winter sports in an enchanting landscape.

Why Go To Grindelwald?

Although Grindelwald lies at a fairly low altitude, it has adequate snow blowing machines that provides good snow conditions for most of the season. While the majority of pistes are for beginners and intermediates, advanced skiers need not fear, as there are plenty of challenging slopes in the surrounding area, both on and off-piste. The spectacular scenery is a great attraction.

Grindelwald ski holidays are popular with all skiers regardless of ability. They attract families and couples of all ages.

When To Go To Grindelwald

The Grindelwald ski holiday season lasts from early December until late April. The summer months bring an influx of visitors who enjoy climbing, hill walking and mountain biking.

Grindelwald - The Place

Grindelwald ski holidays offer a varied terrain with skiing in neighbouring Lauterbrunnen and Murren, and lift links to Wengen. Apart from skiing and boarding, the resort is known for its fifty miles of walking trails and thirty miles of toboggan runs. A selection of lifts give access to the pistes and the train trip to Jungfraujoch is highly recommended for skiers and non-skiers alike. Travel along a tunnel through the Eiger to Europe's highest station for truly breathtaking views. Schools provide tuition in skiing and boarding, and guides for off-piste skiing. Two parks provide good conditions for boarders. A variety of accommodation from first rate hotels, to chalets and apartments cater for all budgets. This busy resort has numerous restaurants, cafes and bistros serving cuisine to please all palates. Grindelwald ski holidays are popular with mixed groups as there is plenty to entertain the non or part-time skier. The summer months bring an influx of visitors to the resort wishing to enjoy the walking trails, climbing, mountain biking and river sports. Apres ski can be lively or relaxed as you wish as there are venues to suit all moods. A Grindelwald ski holiday offers energetic days with good snow and superb views, followed by entertainment in a very picturesque resort.

Grindelwald Nightlife

Grindelwald nightlife has something for every mood, from romantic to party. There are fine restaurants where you can enjoy an intimate meal as well as vibrant bars for those seeking a lively end to the day. A number of sporting activities are available during the evening, including night skiing.

Grindelwald Shopping

As a small town, Grindelwald offers a good number of shops and provides for all your holiday needs.

Grindelwald Eating

Grindelwald has some excellent restaurants, both in the town and on the mountain, serving a diverse cuisine from traditional Swiss dishes to international fare. There are also cheaper options where fast food is available.