The Jungfrau Travel Pass is a passport for visitors who want to discover the Jungfrau Region on 3 to 8 days. With the Jungfrau Travel Pass you have access to all public transport in the Jungfrau Region during the summer half year. This includes railroads, mountain railroads, buses and boats. (Photo Schynige Platte: © Jungfrau Railways)
The Jungfrau Travel Pass is a great way to explore the Jungfrau region during the summer months. You don't have to stick to pre-planned itineraries. On the way you can change your mind at any time, without cancellations or changes.
In addition, you get a special price for a trip between the Eiger Glacier and the Jungfraujoch. In the Top of Europe Shops at Jungfraujoch, Grindelwald Terminal and Grindelwald First you get a 10% discount. In the Top of Europe Flagship Store Interlaken there is also a 10% discount (excl. Lindt & Sprüngli, SWATCH and Kosmetik-Chalet).
The Jungfrau Travel Pass is offered exclusively in the summer half-year from mid-April until the end of the third week in October. In the winter half-year there is alternatively the Top of Europe Winter Pass
You have the choice to book this pass for three to eight consecutive days.
With the Jungfrau Travel Pass you can travel all over the Jungfrau region as you please. With a single ticket you can combine train, boat, mountain railroad and bus journeys as you wish.
|Ticket for||Travel||Times of operation|
|Train BOB||Interlaken Ost - Lauterbrunnen||daily|
|Train BOB||Interlaken Ost - Grindelwald||daily|
|Rack railway||Kleine Scheidegg - Eigergletscher||daily|
|Funicular||Interlaken - Harder Kulm||2. week of April until end of November|
|rack railway||Wilderswil - Schynige Platte||July to 3rd week of October|
|Rack railway||Lauterbrunnen - Kleine Scheidegg - Grindelwald||every day except for maintenance periods|
|Mountain railway||Lauterbrunnen - Mürren||every day except maintenance periods|
|Gondola railway||Grindelwald - First gondola lift||every day except during maintenance periods|
|Gondola railway||Grindelwald Terminal - Männlichen||end of May until 3rd week of October|
|Cable car||Wengen - Männlichen||end of May to 3rd week in October|
|Train||Interlaken East - Interlaken West||daily|
|Railway||Interlaken East - Brienz||daily|
|Boat||Lake Brienz||2nd week April to 3rd week October|
|Bus||Grindelwald local lines||daily|
Please note that the railroads do not operate during their revision times. The revision times may change from year to year. Therefore, this information is only indicative.
The following tickets are not included in the Jungfrau Travel Pass
With the Jungfrau Travel Pass you get a trip between Eigergletscher and Jungfraujoch incl. return trip for a special price. In the months June to August you pay 75.00 CHF. In the months of April, May, September and October the special ticket costs CHF 63.00
In the Top of Europe Shops at Jungfraujoch, Grindelwald Terminal and Grindelwald First you get a 10% discount. In the Top of Europe Flagship Store Interlaken there is also a 10% discount. This does not apply to Lindt & Sprüngli, SWATCH and Kosmetik-Chalet.
In the following we have compiled all stations and entry points for you, so that you can plan your excursions even easier.
You can use these boarding points for boat trips across Lake Thun or Lake Brienz:
You can use these stations with the Jungfrau Travel Pass:
The price of the Jungfrau Travel Pass varies depending on the number of days booked. The days must be directly consecutive. You can choose between 3 to 8 travel days.
|Number of days||Adults||Children (6-15 years)|
The Swiss Family Card is not valid for the Jungfrau Travel Pass. Junior, grandchild and child travel cards are also not valid
|Number of days||Adults with reductions|
Discounts are available for holders of:
The Jungfrau Region has many popular destinations to offer. We give you some examples of what you can enjoy with the Jungfrau Travel Pass.
Kleine Scheidegg is a pass at 2061 m above sea level between the Lauberhorn and the Eiger. Wonderful hikes start and end here. It has a very impressive panorama with Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. In between there are numerous glaciers. Mountaineers in the Eiger north face are gladly observed from here with binoculars.
Several cogwheel railroads meet at Kleine Scheidegg, with which you can travel:
With the special price you get up to the Jungfraujoch
The Eiger glacier is a glacier on the western slope of the Eiger at 3700 m above sea level, which extends to the station at 2300 m above sea level. In summer, people like to hike here along alpine and challenging hiking trails.
The Jungfraujoch with its viewing platform (3571 m above sea level) and the ice palace under the Aletsch glacier is an exceptional destination. Hikes across the Aletsch Glacier are popular from here
With the Jungfrau Travel Pass you travel on the passenger ships on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. The journey with the Bernese Oberland Railway is also included.
Offer at Swiss Activities:
On Lake Thun, a trip on the paddle steamer "Blüemlisalp", built in 1906, is a special experience. The paddle steamer "Lötschberg", built in 1914, travels across Lake Brienz.
The Jungfrau Region is a hiker's paradise. With mountain railroads you can reach such beautiful hiking and excursion areas as:
At Harder Kulm you can admire the panorama from Lake Brienz to the end of Lake Thun. Moreover, the southern mountain range of the four-thousanders can be seen excellently.
The Schynige Platte offers hiking trails and viewpoints as well as a large alpine garden. The panorama hiking trail is particularly popular here.
On Männlichen the view of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau is particularly impressive. The mountain is also very popular with mountain bikers. The Lieselotteweg and the Öpfelchüechliweg are two well-known theme trails between Männlichen, Holenstein and Brandegg.
Grindelwald First is also called "Top of Adventure". In addition to the Eiger and Jungfrau, the mountain giants Wetterhorn, Schreckhorn and Fiescherhorn rise from north to south. The Mönch is hidden by the Eiger. The famous Bachalpsee is a one-hour hike from the First. At the viewing platform you will find a popular selfie point.
An increasingly large proportion of these means of transport are suitable for wheelchairs
The majority of BLS ships are wheelchair-accessible and have a toilet that can be reached by wheelchair. The only exception is the MS Interlaken ship, which travels on Lake Brienz.
On all wheelchair-accessible ships, the 2nd class entrances to the outer decks are at ground level. This also applies to the restaurants. The 1st class of the motorboats Stadt Thun and Berner Oberland can be reached via a lift.
Rack railroads and modern cable cars transport passengers in wheelchairs or with rollators. By the end of 2023 at the latest, all cable cars that offer nine or more seats in a gondola will be legally required to do so.
But also quite a few gondola lifts with 4-8 seats already offer this service. However, please inform yourself about the ways at your destinations. These are not always suitable for wheelchairs
All trains of the Jungfrau Railways can be used with a manual wheelchair. Electric wheelchairs are sometimes carried in the baggage car (e.g. between Kleine Scheidegg and Jungfraujoch). For the transfer at Kleine Scheidegg, wheelchairs should be announced in advance if possible. This applies especially if several wheelchairs are traveling together.
The trail from Männlichen to Holenstein or even Grindelwald is manageable by wheelchair. However, it should be suitable for off-road use. The path to Kleine Scheidegg is also easily manageable with an all-terrain wheelchair. It leads along the foot of Tschuggen via Bustiglen.
On the following routes you can take your dog for free with the Jungfrau Travel Pass:
Tickets with costs are required for all other routes.
The Jungfrau Travel Pass is a very good deal if used frequently. It pays for itself quickly, the more you travel in the Jungfrau region. You also travel very uncomplicated and do not have to worry about many individual tickets.
As soon as you want to change your trip spontaneously, you can do this without any problems.
Swiss Activities Tip: The price per day is reduced for longer durations calculated per day. The best value - calculated per day - is therefore the Jungfrau Travel Pass for eight days duration
As you can see, the Jungfrau Travel Pass is an ideal way for you to experience the Jungfrau Region without any complications. With a longer pass you can enjoy the world famous mountain region comfortably and extensively
If you are not quite sure whether you want to buy the Jungfrau Travel Pass or not, we recommend a rough calculation. Think about what you want to experience and see and put together the individual prices of your routes.
This will give you a good feeling for whether the pass is worth it for you personally or not.