The Alpine Bike Route is divided into 16 stages and two of these stages lead through the Jungfrau Region. From Meiringen, the asphalted pass road leads through green meadows and mystic forests to Grosse Scheidegg. The view over the Grindelwald valley opens up at the foot of Wetterhorn’s north face. You will also see the snow-covered Bernese Alps to the south and the Kleine Scheidegg and Männlichen in the west. The route continues northbound into the First area. The road then winds its way down in wide loops into the valley towards Grindelwald.
Unfortunately there are no single trails available on this route.
Meiringen - Zwirgi - Rosenlaui - Schwarzwaldalp - Grosse Scheidegg - Alp Grindel Oberläger - Grindelwald
Stage 11 of the Alpine Route can easily be ridden with a cyclocross bike.
For advanced riders it is recommended to switch to the Lake Bachalp Trail Route from Grosse Scheidegg onwards.
Car: There are different ways to reach the region by car. The fastest way from Basel and Geneva is via Berne. The fastest route from Zurich is through Lucerne and the Brünig Pass. The pass is open in summer and winter.
From the south, the route goes over the Grimsel or Susten Pass into the region. Both passes are only open in summer. Alternatively, you can take the Simplon Pass and then Lötschberg car transport.
The municipality of Meiringen has 835 public parking spaces in the village centre and by the bottom station of the Bergbahnen Meiringen-Hasliberg. All parking spaces are managed daily (also Sundays) from 08.00 to 19.00 o'clock by means of parking meters. The Casino AEH (multi-storey car park) is operated around the clock.
Thanks to its central location in Europe, Switzerland is served by international trains from over 12 countries. Within Switzerland, Intercity trains run directly from Basel and Lucerne to the Jungfrau Region. Travellers from Zurich have to change in Berne. The trains run every half hour.