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Hostels in Grindelwald

About Grindelwald

Grindelwald is a pretty Swiss village with a view of the peaks of the Wetterhorn, Eiger and Mettenberg. As the gateway to the region around the Jungfrau, the area is perfect for outdoor fans: in summer many routes invite you to go hiking, in winter traditional ski areas beckon. If you are looking for a challenge, go mountain climbing. But you can also take it easy and just enjoy the landscape around you.

The hostels in Grindelwald offer great extras: How about accommodation with a jacuzzi on the outdoor terrace? Those who still want to work on their double Rittberger can stay at the Grindelwald Hostel with its own ice rink. If that is not yet active enough, you will like the accommodation at the foot of the Eiger, which organizes a diverse sports program. Some Grindelwald hostels have their own bars and common rooms, and some even offer a free breakfast.

Thanks to many hotels, bars and restaurants as well as a good connection to local transport, there is a lot going on in Grindelwald. Here you can work off before you travel on to the more remote areas of Switzerland. The center of the village runs along Dorfstrasse. The town also includes the idyllically located mountain huts on the hilly meadows all around. Not far away is Lauterbrunnen in a rocky valley that is famous for its 72 waterfalls. This also includes the Staubbach Falls, which are among the highest waterfalls in Europe.

One of the top attractions for visitors to Grindelwald is the Eiger Trail. From the 6 km long path at the foot of the mountain you have a fantastic view of the landscape - and the mountaineers who are climbing the summit. There are many different cable cars in the area: For example, the Grindelwald-Männlichen gondola takes you through the breathtaking mountains for 30 minutes. For a special adrenaline rush, the brave ones whiz down the world's longest sledge run at Big Pintenfritz, at 16 km, or try out various routes on a mountain bike.

Zurich Airport is closest to Grindelwald. From there you can take the train to the village after about three hours - first it goes to Interlaken and there you have to change to the BOB train towards Grindelwald. By the way: this cable car also takes you to many of the surrounding villages in the region.