Follow the purple signs and posts
We need a single skill to enjoy all that winter has to offer here: we have to be able to walk. Well, let’s assume this is a given. Everything else that comes after that is fairly straightforward and hassle-free. The winter hiking trails are marked with purple signposts and well maintained. The easiest way to experience winter first hand.
Conscientious winter hiking.
No question. We pay close attention to the signals of the avalanche service. And obviously: we don’t go down closed trails. It wouldn’t make any sense to leave the marked trails. We would otherwise only disturb the wild game. And it goes without saying that we don’t leave our rubbish behind in this pristine landscape. Never. That’s not who we are.
Snow shoe trails – the perfect début
These shoes don’t make it easy to put one foot in front of the other. It takes a bit of practice, especially going downhill. But the mishaps in the snow are always good for a laugh. And don’t worry – in the Jungfrau Region we have exactly the right trails for your first snowshoe adventure.