Murren Ski Resort
Mürren is a Swiss mountain village at the foot of the Schilthorn peak, which is accessible by cable car. Featured in a James Bond film, the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant contains the Bond World 007 exhibit and has views of Mont Blanc. Near Mürren is the Lauterbrunnen Valley, with its subterranean, glacial Trümmelbach Falls. Themed trails on the Allmendhubel peak include the Flower Panorama and North Face paths.
The ski resort Mürren – Schilthorn is the highest-altitude ski region in the Bernese Oberland and allows an impressive view on the Swiss mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. On a ski holiday in Mürren – Schilthorn skiers can enjoy steep slopes and long downhill runs. From the Schilthorn mountain (2973 m), the highest peak in the area, a demanding slope leads down to the family friendly ski village of Mürren and then continues to Lauterbrunnen. On its way it descends 2000 metres in altitude. From the Piz Gloria restaurant on the Schilthorn peak (where James Bond has been residing) winter tourists have a great 360 degree view. Winter hiking trails and toboggan runs make a winter holiday in Mürren – Schilthorn attractive even for non-skiers.
Season Start/End: 25/11/2017 – 22/04/2018
ALTITUDE: 1650m – 2971m
PISTES: 37%| 45%| 18%
LIFT TICKETS: from CHF25.00 to CHF64.00