Buy your Jungfrau Travel Pass - (or learn more about it first)

enjoy everything the Jungfrau Region has to offer

Here's what you get with the Jungfrau Travel Pass

  • Unlimited travel on public transport across the Jungfrau Region 
    Including trains, mountain railways and boats according to this map
  • 30% discount for Swiss Half Fare Card and Swiss Travel Pass holders
  • Available for 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 consecutive days
  • Visit Jungfraujoch at a serious discount
    Only pay 63 CHF to visit the Top of Europe
  • Available in two variations
    Explore the Jungfrau Region with the summer or winter pass
  • Great value for money if you plan an active trip through the Jungfrau Region

How much does the Jungfrau Travel Pass cost in 2024?

Jungfrau Travel Pass prices in 2024

There are two types of this travel pass. One for summer and one for winter. The winter pass is slightly cheaper because the boats on Lake Brienz, the funicular to Harder Kulm and the cogwheel to Schynige Platte only run during summer.

Summer

Adult (16+)

Discount

Child (6-15)

3 days

210 CHF

165 CHF

30 CHF

4 days

235 CHF

180 CHF

30 CHF

5 days

270 CHF

210 CHF

30 CHF

6 days

290 CHF

225 CHF

30 CHF

7 days

310 CHF

240 CHF

30 CHF

8 days

330 CHF

255 CHF

30 CHF

Winter

Adult (16+)

Discount

Child (6-15)

3 days

190 CHF

145 CHF

30 CHF

4 days

215 CHF

160 CHF

30 CHF

5 days

250 CHF

190 CHF

30 CHF

6 days

270 CHF

205 CHF

30 CHF

7 days

290 CHF

220 CHF

30 CHF

8 days

310 CHF

235 CHF

30 CHF

What is the Jungfrau Travel Pass and how does it work?

With the Jungfrau Travel Pass, you can travel through the area around Interlaken for 3 to 8 consecutive days. Summer or winter. This awesome pass is especially useful if you plan on visiting some famous mountain tops in the area like Männlichen, Grindelwald First, Jungfraujoch or Harder Kulm. If you like to go on a boat cruise on Lake Thun or Lake Brienz, you're in luck, too. Oh, and Mürren and Grindelwald are included as well.

The summer pass is perfect if you like going on hikes in this beautiful, mountainous region. In winter, you can use the Jungfrau Travel Pass to go hiking, snowshoeing or sledding.

Once you've bought your pass, just show it upon expection and you're good to get your free rides.

Tips for using the Jungfrau Travel Pass

  • There's no need to activate your pass. Just buy it for the starting day of your choosing and you're good to go. 
  • If you like lakes, try and dedicate one day of your trip to visiting Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. You can spend all day travelling between Interlaken, Brienz, Thun and Spiez. If you can, try and catch one of the two steam boats "Blüemlisalp" or "Lötschberg".
  • One of my favourite places to visit with this pass are the Giessbach waterfalls. Catch the boat from Interlaken to Iseltwald, walk along the Lake to Giessbach and catch the boat back to Interlaken.
  • To visit the famous St. Beatus caves by Lake Thun, hop on a boat and get off at the port of "Beatushöhlen-Sundlauenen". From here, you can reach the caves within a roughly 30 min walk.
  • Download the SBB app on your phone to plan your trip. You'll find all train, boat and mountain railway timetables in there.
  • Always have your Jungfrau Travel Pass handy for inspection in combination with a document of identification.

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