Eiger Express | The New Tricable Gondola

The Eiger Express delivers a spectacular gondola ride with breathtaking views of the north face of the Eiger and gets you from Grindelwald Terminal to the station Eigergletscher in 15 minutes. Once there, you can see the breathtaking views of the Bernese Oberland's terrain.

The Eiger Express is the fastest way to travel from Grindlewald to Eigergletscher. From Eigergletscher, you can take the Jungfraubhan to reach Jungfraujoch.

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Eiger Express | Quick Facts

Duration of Ride: 15 Minutes
Seats Per Cabin: 26 seats
Distance Covered: 6,483 Meters
Transport Capacity Per Hour: 2,200
Altitude: 2,328

Other Attractions Near Eiger Express

Harder Kulm

The Harder Kulm, which is 1,322 meters above sea level, provides the greatest views of Interlaken, the Eiger Mönch, the Jungfrau, the Thun, and Lake Brienz. In just ten minutes, you may travel from Interlaken to the Harder Kulm on a funicular railway that is more than a century old.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Jungfraujoch Ice Palace

Q. What is the Eiger Express?

A. The Eiger Express is a gondola ride that transports you from Grindelwald Terminal to the station Eigergletscher in 15 minutes.

Q. Where is the Eiger Express located?

A. The Eiger Express terminal is located in the town of Grindelwald.

Q. How high is the Eiger Express?

A. The Eiger Express is located at around 2,328 meters above sea level.

Q. What are the Eiger Express opening hours?

A. The Eiger Express is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM with the first ascent starting at 08.00 AM and the last ascent at 16.15.

Q. Where does the Eiger express leave from?

A. The Eiger Express departs from the Grindelwald Terminal.

Q. How long does Eiger Express take?

A. The Eiger Express takes around 15 minutes to get from Grindelwald to Eigergletscher.

Q. What is the maximum capacity of Eiger Express?

A. Eiger Express features 44 gondolas, that can hold a maximum of 26 people each making a total capacity of 2,200 people per hour.