Mürren (1650 m) - a marvellous mountain village, public car free, rich in tradition and originally the home of settlers from the Lötschen Valley in the Valais.
Perched on a high, sunny terrace facing the famous Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, the village is the highest altitude ski resort in the Bernese Oberland. It nestles at the foot of the Schilthorn with its revolving Piz Gloria Restaurant, made world-famous by a James Bond film.
In summer, Mürren is the perfect place from which to start a host of hikes, from simple to strenuous.
You can reach Mürren from Lauterbrunnen by mountain railway (BLM) or from Stechelberg by aerial cableway (LSMS). Mürren has 350 inhabitants and a total of 2000 beds in 14 hotels and 250 holiday apartments.
Mürren "owns" eleven Hotels (two 4* Hotels), two guesthouses and the Sportchalet. These 14 accommodations offer to 800 guests a place to sleep and 1200 beds in 100 apartments.
200 km hiking paths develop a hiking wunderworld. Furthermore lots of native, folkloric and sports attractions as for example visit to a diary, breakfast at a farm, folklore evening, the traditional village festival and the develish Inferno Triathlon or run to the Schilthorn, are awaiting you in Mürren.
53 km prepared ski slopes in and around Mürren (213 km slopes in the whole Jungfrau Region), chair lifts, cable cars, 6 chair lifts, 2 t-bars, 45 installations in the whole Jungfrau Region. A 12km cross country slope between and Lauterbrunnen. Besides that Mürren offers some toboggan paths from Mürren to Gimmelwald, Allmendhubel- Mürren, Gimmelen-Mürren.
Mürren isn't only a secret hint for families, individuals and those who are looking for relaxation; sportsmen will find in and around Mürren their own Eldorado. The Alpine Sportzentrum shows itself as a audience magnet.