And what a shot of vitamin D we had this week, right?
Need some inspiration on where to go during the weekend? If you’re in Switzerland, GREENA has great ideas for you. Some destinations to recharge your batteries and enjoy your favorite winter sports.
AdelbodenA Swiss Alpine village in the Bernese Oberland region. It is known for its ski resort of Adelboden-Lenk.
Why we love it?
- Over 200 km of perfectly prepared slopes in the heart of a pristine mountain landscape.
- It sets the pulse racing of any snow sport lover with its challenging downhill runs.
- Idyllic pistes for recreational skiers.
It is among top 3 best ski resorts in Switzerland – and top 7 in the Alps! The ski region came top for its slopes quality, safety, family-friendly appeal, authenticity, value for money and ski school offering.
You can access the ski resort from 3 main villages by train: Lenk, Adelboden or Frutigen.
Never been to this region yet? It is the perfect time now to discover it and tell us more about your favorite activities and attractions in Adelboden-Lenk!
Evolène-Les HaudèresHere you will discover the most beautiful cross-country pistes in the central Valais.
Cross-country skiing is a rejuvenating sport enabling intimate contact with our rich natural heritage: stunning winter landscapes glittering with snow crystals, frosty vegetation and iced-over rivers, hamlets and villages covered with a thick blanket of snow.
A long trail of around 20 KM for cross-country skiing, allowing you to do a morning workout or a slowly one in the afternoon to discover beautiful and magical snow scenes.
You can rent the equipment from the many stores in both villages, Evolène or les Haudères, it is way lighter than the equipment for alpine ski ;)
Kleine ScheideggA mountain pass at an elevation of 2,061 m (6,762 ft), situated below and between the Eiger and Lauberhorn peaks in the Bernese alps in Switzerland.
You will be surrounded by nature and many activities will tempt you. Would you prefer to:
- Sledge on the Eiger run slope down to Grindelwald?
- Ski or snowboard as there are 102 km of slopes available?
From the slopes you can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
To get there, from Grindelwald, a cog railway leads up to the Kleine Scheidegg; a modern tri-cable lift runs to the Eiger Glacier and a gondola lift leads up to the Männlichen. The slopes in the Jungfrau ski region are just 15 minutes from Grindelwald.
Fresh air is proven to be very good for our health, and isn’t even better when combined with beautiful landscapes?
Have a lovely weekend!