Wengen is set to host the 80th International Lauberhorn World Cup Ski Race Jan. 15-17.
The popular Lauberhorn Races (Super Combined, Downhill, and Slalom) will return to Wengen for the 80th time this year.
Thousands of spectators are expected, not just to see the fast and dangerous race, but to enjoy the atmosphere surrounding the event.
Tickets are still available (prices are per day): CHF30 adults; CHF15 young persons (age 6-15); and free for children (up to six). Tickets can also be purchased for two or three days (CHF60-80 per adult).
The prices include the key card deposit of CHF5 per sport pass, which will be refunded if you return your sport pass to the train stations of the Jungfrau Region.
Reduced sport passes for seniors (from age 62) are offered at any train station of the Jungfrau Region with identification.
Entrance for the downhill training Wednesday, Jan. 13 and Thursday, Jan. 14 is free.
The three regions of Grindelwald-First, Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen and Mürren-Schilthorn open up more than 200 kilometres of slopes, including six to 12-kilometre-long runs down to the valley of various degrees of difficulty. A total of over 40 percent of the slopes are equipped with snowmaking machines.