The resort is named after the massif in the Bernese Alps. Located in the Swiss canton of Bern, it brings together the towns of Grindelwald (Männlichen and First), Wengen (Männlichen) and Lauterbrunnen (Schilthorn). The ski pass covers approx. 200 km of slopes of all difficulty levels. From the Eiger Glacier, we can take the world's highest rack railway to Jungfraujoch (3454 m a.s.l.) from where one can admire one of the most impressive panoramas of the Alps. In 2020, along with the construction of the Grindelwald Terminal complex, a modern 3-S cable car was commissioned, which will take you to the Eiger glacier in 15 minutes. As in Zermatt, skiers can move around the resort by specially adapted trains.