At Wengen ski resort and especially at our INTERSPORT Rent shops, you will find everything a skier's and snowboarder's heart desires. Our RENTertainers will be happy to gear you up with the latest equipment of leading brands for your adventures on the slopes of Wengen.
Do you want to have your ski bindings readjusted or need expert advice on which ski is best suited for freeriding? The RENTertainers are there to help you with all your winter sports needs. If you already know what equipment you want to get for your stay at Wengen ski resort, you can also reserve it online. You can then pick up your gear at a location of your choice – very convenient!
From Wengen ski resort, the Männlichen cable car takes you up to the summit of Männlichen (2,342 meters above sea level). That’s where a slope eldorado opens up to you – with numerous downhill runs and a fantastic backdrop. You can swoosh and swerve down the slopes or ski them at a leisurely pace, and then: How about a detour to idyllic Grindelwald ski resort?
The Eiger Express takes you from Grindelwald to Eiger Glacier. From the top station, you can then take the World Cup run on Lauberhorn back to Wengen. Our tip: Before you continue exploring the slopes, you can send greetings to your friends back home. There’s a photo point on Lauberhorn: Simply scan your ski pass, take a photo, and send it!
… you can’t wait to experience a colourful potpourri of winter sports activities (sledging, cross-country skiing, freeriding).
… you are looking for particularly steep descents: Ski run no. 27 (Kleine Scheidegg) boasts an awe-inspiring gradient of 71 per cent.
… you are in the mood for sporty challenges in a demanding ski resort.
… you want to “expand your slope horizons”: Thanks to various connection options, Grindelwald ski resort is accessible to you as well.
… you would like to get to know the culinary side of the Bernese Alps by savouring some regional delicacies at the local huts.
Ski World Cup feeling on Lauberhorn: With an impressive four and a half kilometres in length, the Lauberhorn downhill run is an absolute highlight for winter sports fans. Until race day, the run is (unfortunately) closed – but after the race, you can give it a try yourself!
Are you ready to take on this challenge and to chase the times of world-renowned ski stars? Go ahead and treat yourself to the adrenaline rush of a lifetime – in the heart of the Bernese Alps!