Mürren Resort Review
A charming alpine village with stunning views
The Mürren ski resort is a quaint car free village, situated in a remote area of the Jungfrau Ski Region – comprised of Mürren, Wengen and Grindewald, all linked via the historic Wengernalp Railway.
The local ski area is the quieter of the three, with 53km of varied slopes. There are runs for all abilities, all with stunning views. However, there is not enough to keep most skiers interested for anything other than a short break unless you make use of the other areas of the Jungfrau region - check the latest Murren Piste Map
for up-to-date pistes and trails.
Appriximately 30 minutes by train will take you across the valley to Wengen-Grindewald, with 213km of mainly intermediate friendly slopes.
The resort itself is chocolate box perfect, with pretty ski chalets and a friendly and relaxed feel.
The current snow conditions are available via the Murren webcams.
1329m to 2970m
Piste area - 213km
Black runs - 18
Red runs - 35
Blue runs - 23
Nursery slopes - 6
Mountain cafes - 7
Snow cannon - 27
Parks - 3
Pipes - 0
Queues - 6
Lifts - 8
Cafes - 4
Snow - 6
Extent - 2
Transfer - 4
Charm - 10
Scenery - 10
Eating Out - 8
Apres Ski - 6
• One of the most picturesque villages in Switzerland
• Car free, relaxed, family friendly atmosphere
• Fantastic scenery
• Limited pisted ski area
• Advanced skiers looking mainly for off-piste
• Mixed ability families/groups
Mürren Resort Tips
• Advanced skiers should head for The Inferno Route - great run with breath-taking scenery