Grindelwald Resort Attractions

Grindelwald offers a number of unique (or nearly unique) activity options they call their ‘Pearls.’ These include avalanche safety courses, tours of the Lauberhorn downhill piste for groups of 4-10 advanced skiers and the chance to ski with a ‘local character.’
One option is to spend the evening (from around 4-11pm) in a piste basher, grooming the slopes of the First ski area with a tractor driver from the local lift company (+41 (0) 33 828 72 33; You get a welcome drink at the start, a seat in the co-pilot’s position and a transfer back to Grindelwald at the end of your shift.

Activities Available


Climbing Wall (Indoor)
+ 41 (0)33 854 12 90


Games Library

Ice Climbing
+41 (0) 33 854 12 90

ce skating




Ropes Course (Indoor)
+ 41 (0)33 854 12 90

Ski Biking.



Swimming Pool

+41 (0)33 854 12 30



Winter Hiking.


There are about 50 shops in Grindelwald providing quite a wide selection for the recreational shopper with most stores located on the central Hauptstrasse. Along with ski stores there are jewellers, fashion boutiques and souvenir shops. Among the many options Mont Bell (+41 (0)33 853 21 21) is an interesting clothing retailer. It is actually the first European opening of a Japanese chain established by climber Isamu Tatsuno, who was 21 years old when he and his partner tackled the Eiger in 1969.

For something a little more Swiss, Casa Grande (Beim Bahnhof; +41 (0)33 853 50 15) is one of the best places in town to buy a Swiss watch should the fancy take you.