Made in BernTOP4-Skipass

666 kilometers of slopes and benefit from a 33 percent price advantage on hotel accommodation.

Top4 ski pass holders enjoy cheaper overnight stays: from Sunday to Thursday at selected hotels in the Top4 ski areas of Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg, as well as in Interlaken and Kandersteg.

  • When you check in, you will be asked to show your Top4 ski pass (including the purchase receipt for the Top4 ski pass). If you do not present your ski pass and the purchase receipt to the reception, you will be charged the normal room price.
  • The discount is valid for the 2019/2020 winter season (from December to April). The rooms can also be booked in the months of September, October and November, but without a 33% discount.
  • Multiple bookings can be made: one ski pass (including purchase receipt) must be presented per booked room.
  • The Top4 ski areas are committed to ensuring the safety of all guests and employees. Our safety concept incorporates the relevant COVID-19 guidelines from the Federal Council, local authorities and industry associations. Detailed information will follow.
  • Our COVID-19 money-back guarantee removes the risk for ski pass holders: should all Top4 ski areas be forced to close, you will receive a pro rata refund.
 

 

Jungfrau Ski Region

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Jungfrau Ski Region

The Jungfrau Ski Region offers everything a winter sports enthusiast’s heart desires with 206 km of piste against the world-famous backdrop of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

Choose from challenging runs down the original World Cup route of the legendary Lauberhorn, wide and gentle or steep slopes, and various snow and fun parks.

Freestylers will find unbeatable conditions in the Grindelwald-First area with its White Elements Park and one of the few super-pipes in Switzerland. The Schilthorn area is a mecca for freeriders and offers plenty of phenomenal freeride descents, including the notorious Totenkopf.

For winter hikers and sledging fans, there’s more than 100 km of groomed runs, with the classic Faulhorn, Eigerrun, Rittas Speedrun and Apollo. To top it all off, visitors can enjoy events that include the international Lauberhorn, Inferno race and Snowpenair.

The Jungfrau Ski Region is looking forward to the coming winter season 2020/2021 with a planned start to winter sports on 28 November 2020. With regard to the requirements of Covid-19 and the protective measures, the Jungfrau Ski Region will orient and implement the specifications of the Federal Council of Switzerland, the authorities and industry organisations. Detailed information will follow.

Good news: With the new V-Cableway, you can directly access the ski slopes or the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe much more quickly from 5 December 2020. All relevant info

 

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Jungfrau.ch   

 

 

Meiringen-Hasliberg

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Meiringen-Hasliberg

Children and adults will never have a dull day in the Meiringen-Hasliberg ski area with its 60 km of piste, 7 km of sledging runs, 25 km of hiking trails, cross-country trails and the Skihäsliland practice area.

Other highlights include night skiing every Friday from mid-January to mid-March, and night sledging every Wednesday from late January to early March – both on the illuminated piste from Mägisalp to Reuti/Bidmi.

Racers will appreciate Skirennzentrum Hasliberg with its permanent safety nets and mobile safety material, time-keeping equipment, snowmakers and sound system. The perfect setting for thrilling company or club races.

 

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Meiringen-Hasliberg.ch  

 
             

Top4 ski areas

             
Adelboden Lenk   Gstaad   Jungfrau - Top of Europe   Bergbahnen Meiringen-Hasliberg
             
 
 
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