Murren Ski Resort Guide
Snowboarding in in the ski resort of Mürren
With cable cars and chair lifts being the main types of lifts, Mürren is trying to appeal to snowboarders as well as skiers. Steep slopes and varied terrain are best for free riders, but for beginners or intermediates they might be a bit tough.
Après ski in in the ski resort of Mürren
The après ski in Mürren is perhaps surprisingly varied. Quiet drinks can be had in one of many stübli bars, music can be listened to at the Tachi bar, or a spot of dancing can be done at Inferno. There’s also a children’s disco in the Blumental hotel if you’re travelling as a family. For a restaurant with a view, Mürren’s famous Piz Gloria sits on a peak and revolves, providing incredible views across to the Black Forest in Germany, Mont Blanc, and the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau Mountains nearby.
Activities off the slopes Mürren
For a non-skier in Mürren there’s a sports centre with an ice-rink, but apart from this activities are limited. Walking is the main attraction to non-skiers, as there are 7 miles of prepared trails from which to admire the surrounding views and enjoy the fresh mountain air.