How can I travel up the Jungfraujoch mountain by train?

Europe's highest railway station is to be found on the Jungfraujoch (3454 meters above sea level). It affords exceptional views of 4,000-meter peaks and the world of glaciers. Starting from Interlaken East via RegioExpress, your journey takes you to Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald. This journey is included in the Swiss Travel Pass. Then you take the Wengernalp Railway to the Kleine Scheidegg, and your journey continues up to the Jungfraujoch on the Jungfrau Railway.

The Swiss Travel Pass gives you a 25% discount; the SBB's General Abonnement Railcard and the Half Fare Travel Card give you a 50% discount, and there is also a 50% discount for children aged 6 to 15. It's advisable to make a seat reservation so as to avoid long waiting times. If you're arriving by car, we recommend the covered car parks at Interlaken East or Lauterbrunnen. You can travel up to the Jungfraujoch on 365 days of every year.

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Seat reservations for the Jungfrau Railway
Timetables, tickets and fares for other railways

 

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