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Sledging in Bussalp

Take a yellow bus from the city center (cost chf 24 one way). The bus has a running commentary... read more

Reviewed January 22, 2018
Shweta D
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Sledding for the whole family!

My mom and I decided to make a trip to Grindelwald to sled, but we didn't know where to start. Get... read more

Reviewed January 16, 2018
Lindsey T
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Reviewed January 22, 2018 via mobile

Take a yellow bus from the city center (cost chf 24 one way). The bus has a running commentary explaining the terrain and places near by. It is a 45 min ride uphill. There is a restaurant at bussalp and seldge rental place. You can...More

2  Thank Shweta D
Reviewed January 16, 2018

My mom and I decided to make a trip to Grindelwald to sled, but we didn't know where to start. Get a train ticket up to Grindelwald (about $25-30 per person) and then wait for a bus to take you up to Bussalp(another $20 or...More

Thank Lindsey T
Reviewed January 14, 2018

This is the place! for fun of sledging with family, sunny area, not too much traffic and above all it is fairly enough distance for a few hours of family fun time. Take the yellow Grindelwald bus for CHF12 per person which will go to...More

Thank AbdKareem
Reviewed January 14, 2018

Super fun, really recommend it. It wasn't entirely clear for us how to do it, so here's my how-to for your benefit. The mountain bus will take you up to Bussalp (1800 meters high) and you've got the option to walk up to Faulhorn (2681...More

4  Thank FinnInTheWorld
Reviewed December 24, 2017

This sledging run is fantastic, catch the bus at the bottom and ride to the top then sledge down and repeat. When you have spent the day doing that , then try the Eiger run,incredible.

Thank Hilp
Reviewed December 23, 2017

As per previous posts, it all starts in Grindelwald. You can rent goggles (we didn't, sunnies are fine), helmets & sleds down in Grindelwald and just put them on the bus with you up to Bussalp. Helmets and sleds for 4 of us cost CHF88....More

Thank 4tuataras
Reviewed August 28, 2017

Not much here but a bus stop and a restaurant. Starting or ending point for some very nice hiking. If staying at the hostel, coming down from here by bus the road goes right by the hostel so didn't have to go all the way...More

Thank goodmanjl
Reviewed August 28, 2017

We had a wonderful visit to the cheese-makers including breakfast. Just 4 of us (max 12) so very special. A memorable trip!

Thank Brockhurstrf
Reviewed February 26, 2017

If you are in Grindlewald in the winter absolutely try to sled! (called sledging). Grindlewald is home to the world’s longest sled run (12 km) called "Big Pintenfritz". Here is the breakdown of the logistics: - Rent helmet and goggles in Grindlewald. If you want...More

10  Thank Jesstwiga L
Reviewed September 21, 2016

Wonder why people miss out on this place as this is one of the best places i have visited in Switzerland , breathtaking views , awesome trail .. but the Swiss Pass will give you only 25% off , rest you need to pay by...More

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Darryl L
February 16, 2017|
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Response from Emanuel S | Property representative |
Hi, thank you for your request. Ski pants and helmets you can rent in Sports-Shop in Grindelwald. We do rent sledges. Please, check before arrival the conditions of our runs on our internet site. Best season for sledging ist... More
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Fah A
January 10, 2017|
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Response from Emanuel S | Property representative |
Hi, you can check our internet site for further information. Best thing is to take a bus ride to Bussalp an enjoy your sledding rund down to Grindelwald. Enjoy your stay in Grindelwald, Switzerland :-)
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