An 360 days of beauty

Wengen and the Maya Caprice is the perfect place for summer and winter activities. Discover the amazing Jungfrauregion with stunning mountains and valleys. In summer the hiking trails just start in front of the Hotel. In the winter sasion you can ski in and the cable car station and train station a very close. There are so many attractions and breathtaking places to discover. Let yourself be enchanted by the unique environment.

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Mar 28

Skiing and Snowboarding

After you’re done admiring the impressive Jungfrau peaks from your balcony, get up there and ski right down them! The Jungfrau ski region has 120+ miles of skiing and snowboarding runs, and right in Wengen, the slopes of Kleine Scheidegg, Lauberhorn and Männlichen promise powdery-white pistes for every level of adventurer.

As an added perk, guests of Maya Caprice Wengen will get a 10% discount on all ski and snowboard equipment at Central Sport Wengen, as well as free equipment storage at the hotel.

Apr 27

Just summer attractions in Wengen

There is a lot to do in Wengen! You can do sport in tennis courts, sack line, minigolf, table tennis, bike trails, hiking trails and much more. Visit a traditional Swiss alp and you can see how the famouse Swiss mountain cheese is made or enjoy a sunset Barbecue on the Männlichen.

Apr 27

St. Beatus caves

From the car park or bus stop, a pleasant walk takes you up through the park to the cave entrance. Over multiple bridges you cross the torrent from the waterfall rushing out of the cave. Of the extensive cave system, some 14 kilometres have been explored to date.Thanks to the new and innovative lighting installed in 2019, the roughly one kilometre long tour through grottos, massive dripstone formations, vast halls and gorges has been considerably enhanced. Allow yourself to be captivated by the extraordinary forms and colours. The experience of this unique natural setting underground will fascinate you! The St. Beatus Caves are open daily from April to the end of October.

Apr 27

Trümmelbach waterfals

With its ten glacial water falls inside the mountain, made accessible by tunnel lift, the Trümmelbach waterfalls are truly unique in Europe. Trümmelbach alone drains the enormous glacial walls of the Eiger (3970m), Mönch (4099m) and Jungfrau (4158m) with up to a spectacular 20,000 litres of water per second. This stems from a catchment area of 24 square kilometres of which approximately half is covered with snow and ice. UNESCO world natural heritage.

Apr 27


Surrounded by more than 200 alpine peaks and embedded in a pristine mountain environment, the Piz Gloria is located at 2,970 metres above sea level. The instantly recognisable summit building takes pride of place on the Schilthorn summit. Let your gaze wander over spellbinding wraparound views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, flanked by an array of peaks in the Bernese and Valais Alps. To one side, the shimmering blue waters of Lake Thun, the pretty Swiss central plateau and the mountains of the Jura chain stretch out towards the horizon. Excellent visibility provided, you can even see as far as the Black Forest in Germany or the Mont Blanc massif in France.

Mar 28

Settle into an alpine wonderland

Overlooking Lauterbrunnen Valley, in the pastoral canton of Bern, car-free Wengen is a picturesque alpine village with belle époque hotels, timber chalets, and breathtaking views. Don’t know what to do in Wengen?

Go during winter, and choose from 155 miles of downhill ski runs on the Männlichen, Kleine Scheidegg, Lauberhorn, and Eigergletscher mountains. Even when the snow melts, Wengen’s charm remains. Travelers can get lost in Trümmelbach Falls, discover one of the area’s hidden lakes or go for a hike.

Mar 28

Lauterbrunnen Valley

Lauterbrunnen Valley goes well beyond the quaint town of Wengen, and wandering through it means getting lost amidst miles of towering pines, seemingly impossible cliff faces, colorful alpine meadows and cozy villages. “Lauterbrunnen” translates to “many springs,” and its namesake valley is home to 72 waterfalls.

Of them, don’t miss Trümmelbach Falls, which cascades more than 650 feet over ten, glistening glacier falls.

Mar 28

Hiking and Trekking

Wengen, Switzerland hiking, takes you to the most breathtaking viewpoints in the Jungfrau region. Walk the 4.2-mile trail from Wengen to Kleine Scheidegg, and you’ll get a surreal view of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfraujoch mountains.

For something truly jaw-dropping, take the Eiger Trail, at the foot of Eiger North Face, where you’ll see daring souls climbing Eiger’s steep rocks right above you.

Mar 28

Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe

Jungfraujoch mountain is also home to the highest train station in Europe, which sits 12,000 feet above sea level, at the mouth of the largest glacier in the Alps: Aletsch Glacier. Open all year long, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is packed with activities for everyone.

Get the most impressive view of Switzerland from the Sphinx Observation Deck, glide through the Ice Palace, go dog-sledding or ziplining, hit golf balls, or try hiking the Jungfrau Region in Switzerland on the glacier itself.

Mar 28

FIS Ski World Cup Lauberhorn

FIS Ski World Cup Lauberhorn, Switzerland’s largest annual winter sporting event, is held in Wengen every January. In front of a backdrop of the stunning Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains, this event brings the world’s top winter athletes together for two days of adrenaline-pumping competition—including a ski run deemed the longest in the world, and one of the sport’s most challenging slalom courses.