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New Area for First Timer Skiers and Snow Fun Lovers

The Swiss ski village of Mürren, famous as one of the first downhill ski resorts, home of the world’s longest ski race the Inferno, location for Bond movie ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ and part of the well-known Jungfrau region which also encompasses the skiing above its neighbouring resorts of Wengen and Grindelwald, is making a special effort first for first time skiers as well as non-skiing visitors who just want to have fun in the snow.

The resort’s new Skyline Snow Experience high on the Schilthorn at Birg (2677m) rolls multiple attractions in to the one-stop location. For complete novice skiers there’s a nursery ski slope with two ‘magic carpet’ conveyor belts to transport users from the bottom to the top with ski equipment and ski clothing available to hire on site and of course ski tuition available too.

For non-skiers (or indeed for novice skiers wanting to do more than learn to ski) the area, directly accessible on foot from the Birg cable car station, also includes an Igloo Village (with igloo bar and restaurant), 350m zip-wire, snow-tubing and toboggan runs all at the same location against a backdrop of breath-taking scenery. The ‘Thrill Walk’ a nerve-jangling steel, glass and wire walkway attached to the Birg cliff-face can also be accessed from here.

Patrick Thorne, also known as the Snow Hunter, is an industry expert in all technical developments in snow sports. In addition to his work Patrick is also father and knows the importance and fun of kids on snow.


Prince Snow Kids 30 November 2018
The Prince Snow Kids Program returns for season 2018/2019 [>> more]