Round-trip travel from Interlaken, Grindelwald or Wengen to the Jungfraujoch – at 3454m (11,333ft), the highest railway station in Europe.
This unique round-trip by modern cogwheel railway first takes client to Kleine Scheidegg, altitude 2,061m (6,762 ft), at the foot of the notorious Eiger North Wall. From here, the Jungfrau Railway climbs to the Eiger Glacier Station, well known for its mountain restaurant.
The trip continues through the Eiger tunnel, to the Eismeer station, with a five-minute stop at this station where you can enjoy spectacular sightseeing through large observation windows, hewn from solid Alpine rock.
Attractions at the top include the Great Aletsch Glacier, at 22 km (13.6 miles) the longest ice stream in the Alps, begins directly on the Jungfraujoch. Ice Palace, Ice Gateway, Sphinx observation terrace, Plateau with hiking in the eternal snow, “Top of Europe” Glacier Restaurant, summer ski & snowboard park, summer adventure attractions and High Alpine Research Exhibitions.
The train from Lauterbrunnen-Wengen or Grindelwald up to Kleine Scheidegg (change of trains) and then up to the Jungfraujoch only carries 2nd class seats.
Reservations are available and are strongly recommended for travel May – October to guarantee a seat for the 50 m journey on the cogwheel train from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch and return. Reservations are an additional fee and can be made at the following stations: Interlaken Ost, Lauterbrunnen, Grindelwald, Grindelwald-Grund, Mürren or Wengen
The return trip can be made on the same day by any train, reservation not possible
Children from 6 to 15 get a discount, children under 6 do not require a ticket but will share seats with a paying adult. Children under 16 travelling with their parents on a Swiss Family Card, will travel for free.
Discounts for passengers holding a Swiss or Eurail Pass.
Seasonal pricing according to time of year travel is made. The coupons printed from Euronet are not valid for travel. The Euronet vouchers must be exchanged within 6 months of date of issue at any Jungfrau Railway Station, including Interlaken Ost, Grindelwad, and Wengen. Travellers also receive an additional voucher for one-time use only, for travel from Eigergletscher to Jungfraujoch and return that is exchanged at the same time. The date of travel for this round-trip to the Jungfraujoch must be known at the time of the exchange.
If a passholder fare is purchased, both the coupon and pass must be presented at the station.
Once travel on the voucher is initiated, no refund will be due.