"Rent, don’t lug along": That’s the motto in Mürren. The ski resort offers a wide range of options for winter sports and can only be reached by cable car. So it's all the better that you don't have to bring your own equipment with you. In the INTERSPORT Rent shops on site, you can get the right gear for all your adventures on Schilthorn.
Mürren-Schilthorn is the highest ski resort in the Bernese Oberland region. At the summit of the Schilthorn, at 2,970 metres above sea level, you can enjoy fantastic 360-degree views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains. But the view from the Sky View platform is only one of the many perks of visiting the region. The varied ski resort also offers ski runs for every skill level, a terrain park for freestylers, a kid's slope, a Skimovie run, and a skicross course. Even among freeriders, the Schilthorn is considered an absolute insider tip.
As an alternative to skiing and snowboarding, you can go on an exciting sledging safari with your family or friends. Two sledging runs lead through idyllic forests and past quaint little chalets. Along the way, you will time and again catch a glimpse of the surrounding mountains. Those who prefer to take in the mountain panorama at a more leisurely pace can explore the area on the numerous winter hiking trails.
Did you know? The small village of Mürren can only be reached by cable car or narrow-gauge railway from Stechelberg or Lauterbrunnen. The car-free chalet village delights with its picturesque scenery and absolute tranquility.
… you want to go on a sledging safari in the mountains of the Bernese Oberland region.
… you've always wanted to follow in the footsteps of James Bond.
… the freeride mecca on Schilthorn beckons you with its pristine powder snow slopes.
… you can't wait to practise your tricks on the park elements of Skyline Snowpark.
… you want to enjoy 360-degree views of the mountains from the Skyline View platform.
Brunch like Bond: In the 360-degree Piz Gloria restaurant, you can enjoy a tasty "James Bond Brunch" (daily until 2 pm). The buffet leaves nothing to be desired – and the same is true for the view! Within 45 minutes, the restaurant on Schilthorn rotates once around its own axis.
Fun fact: You think you can pay homage to the most famous British agent with a cup of English tea? Think again! 007 preferred coffee and referred to tea as "mud" both in Zero Minus Ten and in Goldfinger.