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23 September 2020.

Murren , Skiing & Snowboa...

Mürren’s immediate ski area extends to 53 kilometers of marked piste with varying terrain. The upper mountain produces some testing steep mogul fields while lower down near the village the slopes are generally gentler. Riders can purchase the Jungfrau region ski pass which takes in a total of 213 kilometers of prepared pistes the majority of which are accessed from the popular resorts of Wengen, Grindelwald on the other side of the Lauterbrunnen valley. These slopes are more suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders.

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Beginner

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Mürren offers absolute beginners a single tow that serves two very short blue runs on top of the Allmendhubel. This doesn’t sound like much but it’s enough to learn the basics and with a good instructor leading the way beginners should be able to make the transition onto the longer and more challenging blues that can be found winding their way all over the Schilthorn.

Intermediate

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The slopes of Mürren are more suited to strong intermediates as they are generally more challenging than that of the greater Jungfrau Top Ski Region. The Jungfrau Top Ski Region pass also gives riders access to the slopes of Wengen and Grindelwald just across the Lauterbrunnen valley which are predominantly intermediate.

Advanced

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Although small Mürren has plenty to keep advanced riders amused. There are steep mogul fields and excellent powder runs conditions permitting. Off-piste riding is extensive here and of course there is the rest of the Jungfrau region. If easily accessible back country sounds good then Mürren should be the name on your ticket.