Luxury Ski Chalets Grindelwald
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Grindelwald with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Grindelwald
Located in the Bernese Alps, Grindelwald combines stunning scenery with fabulous skiing. Offering skiing in winter and hiking in the summer months, the village has a long mountaineering history and is famous for its breathtaking views of the Eiger.
The largest and liveliest resort in the Jungfrau region, there is a laid-back atmosphere, a range of quaint shops, bars and cafes and many traditional luxury ski chalets in Grindelwald. Holidays to Grindelwald in Switzerland also offer plenty of alternative winter activities to try.
Visitors can enjoy a ride on the impressive cog railway up the north face of the Eiger or visit the revolving solar-powered Piz Gloria restaurant which featured in the James Bond film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’.
Grindelwald also boasts Europe’s longest sledging trail, as well as an exhilarating zipline from Schreckfeld to First, and a natural ice rink for skating and curling. Providing a lively atmosphere, Grindelwald is home to the greatest number of bars and restaurants of the Jungfrau Top Ski resorts making the Grindelwald chalets in the centre of the resort the perfect base from which to explore the nightlight.
3 Chalets & Apartments in Grindelwald
Leo Trippi's Highlight
Conveniently located, Apartment Antera is just a short walk from the gondola. This homely and charming property is bright and spacious, with a beautiful wood-burning fireplace providing a warm and relaxed atmosphere, perfect for unwinding after your day on the slopes.
Leo Trippi's Highlight
Just a short walk from the slopes, Apartment Columba is ideally located for keen skiers. This modern and inviting property offers spectacular views over the snow-capped Eiger, creating the perfect sanctuary in the mountains.
Leo Trippi's Highlight
Just a short walk from the gondola, Chalet Alia has a modern alpine design, featuring beautiful high ceilings and expansive windows. The cosy sofa area and fireplace give it a warm and homely feel, perfect for spending the evening with friends and family.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Grindelwald
Leo Trippi has a stunning collection of luxury chalet rentals in Grindelwald. With traditional exteriors and modern interiors, ski chalets in Grindewald offer comfort, style and breathtaking views of the Eiger’s north wall.
All located in the centre of the village, the chalets in Grindelwalf give you easy access to both the shops and restaurants. Our luxury catered ski chalets in Grindelwald will also allow you to spend more time on the slopes with the family and less time in the kitchen.
Ski chalets in Grindelwald are ideally placed to make the most of the Jungfrau ski area. Grindelwald is directly linked to Wengen and has its own area of sunny slopes on First.
Our Grindelwald chalets for rent are also large in size, creating the perfect base for group ski holidays in Grindelwald. Several of our chalets in Grindelwald are linked to the Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof, meaning guests also have access to the hotel spa with its indoor pool, steam bath, glacier grotto & several saunas.
Grindelwald Resort Information
- Resort Altitude: 1050m
- Slopes Altitude: 1050m - 2970m
- Pistes (with Jungfrau region) 206 km
- Lifts (with Jungfrau region) : 49
- Nearest Airport: Zurich - 150 km (2hr 15 min)
- Blue Slopes: 42%
- Red Slopes: 44%
- Black Slopes: 14%
Skiing in Grindelwald
At 1,034m, Grindelwald is not the highest resort but it is reasonable to expect excellent skiing across the area for much of the season. Ski holidays in Grindewald are best suited to beginner and intermediate skiers but more experienced skiers can enjoy some incredible off-piste too. Sitting beneath the North face of the Eiger, Grindelwald ski holidays give skiers access to 155 km of local slopes, as well as some of the best off-snow diversions for the non-skiers of the group.
Beginner skiers in Grindelwald can ski on the slopes in the upper area of the resort where the slopes are easy and wide. There is even a slow slope in Obeerjoch for beginners to gain confidence and work on their technique as they get used to the speed of skiing. In Wengen, there is also a beginner’s area with two tow lifts and ideal slopes leading to Wengenalm.
Skiing in Grindelwald has plenty for intermediate skiers to enjoy too with 30% of the ski area made up of intermediate terrain and 50% advanced intermediate slopes. Cruise the five-mile-long trail from the Oberjoch ski area back to the Grindelwald base area or tackle the red runs scattered between the Schilt and Hohwald chairlifts.
Grindelwald skiing offers plenty of expert ski terrain to explore. The first stop should be to ski Wengen’s legendary Lauberhorn World cup downhill slope before exploring the numerous other black runs the ski area has to offer. Those looking for some exciting off-piste skiing can make their way to the Jungfraujoch and enjoy the views from the top of Europe. Grindelwald cross-country skiing is equally popular with the cross-country trail in Grindelwald Grund easily accessible by bus or train.
Family Ski Holidays in Grindewald
A Grindelwald family ski holiday offers fun for every member of the group. For children learning to ski, the Bodmi beginner’s area is the ideal place to start with care available for children aged 3 years or older in the Snowli Kinderclub Bodmi. Here young children will play in the snow with the mascot Snowli and enjoy special visits to the Inuit igloo. The ski school also offers half-day or full-day ski lessons for older children with lunchtime cover available if required.
Grindelwald has lots to do off-the-slopes too, including sledging and winter hiking. For an added bit of adventure, why not try night sledging in the Bernese Oberland. New Year ski holidays in Grindelwald are particularly popular with families with plenty of events offered throughout the week to keep the whole family entertained.
Adult group ski holidays in Grindelwald are also popular due to the easy train ride to Zurich and its lively nightlife.
How to have the perfect luxury ski holiday in Grindewald?
1. Wake up in one of our luxury chalets in Grindelwald enjoying a fresh cup of coffee to views of the snowy mountains around you.
2. Head off and explore the ski area; from the Bodmi nursery slopes for beginners to the black slopes of the First ski area for the experts of the group.
3. Following a day on the slopes, enjoy drinks at one of the bars located in the luxury hotels in Grindelwald before heading back to your chalet and enjoying the spa facilities before dinner.
4. If you are staying in a luxury catered ski chalet in Grindelwald sit back and relax as your private chef prepares dinner for you whilst those staying on a bed and breakfast level can head out to explore the local restaurants in this charming resort.
Location & Map
With the three airports of Bern, Zurich and Basel within a two-hour drive, Grindelwald is popular for long weekends and short ski holidays. For a more scenic route, Grindelwald can also be reached in two hours from both Zurich and Bern by train.
Frequently asked questions
Where is Grindelwald?
Located in the canton of Berne in South-central Switzerland, the mountain village of Grindelwald has a unique Alpine landscape at the foot of the Eiger north face and is just a 25 minute drive from Interlarken and one hour from Bern.
How to get to Grindelwald?
The nearest international airport to Grindelwald is Zurich. From here you can either reach the resort by car in approximately 2.5 hours or take the train which will bring you to the resort in around 3 hours.
What to do in Grindelwald?
Skiers visiting Grindelwald can enjoy the 110 km of slopes this luxury resort has to offer whilst non-skiers of the group can tackle the 30 km of sledge runs and the stunning winter hikes.
Where to stay in Grindelwald?
Linked to the Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof, Chalet Ostegg creates the perfect base for a larger group looking to stay in Grindelwald. Providing incredible views of the Eiger, Chalet Ostegg is an authentic yet modern chalet.