Multi-facetted traditions and relaxation in a car-free atmosphere

Around 400 inhabitants call the charming chalets of Mürren their home. The village is accessible by double-cable ropeway from Lauterbrunnen or by cable car from Stechelberg.
Mürren’s views onto the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau are stunning all year round. This is also the setting for the village festival, which takes place at the first weekend in August. The inhabitants dress up, cows are decorated with flowers and music accompanies the traditional procession. A hike to the idyllic lake Grauseeli is a good way to explore the surroundings and also covers parts of the Inferno Triathlon route. Or how about a tour to the Sprutz waterfall which ends with a thunderous refreshment? In winter, Mürren is also not short on activities thanks to the ski and snowboard slopes as well as the sledding trails. The Mürren Alpine Sports Centre with its indoor pool and spa makes for an ideal alternative programme – and not just if the weather is bad.

Shaken or stirred?

As far back as 1968, Mürren made it onto the big screen. By bus from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg and then a leisurely ride by cable car to the Schilthorn. It is here that the James Bond movie “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” was filmed making use of the enthralling panorama. Even today visitors can follow the footsteps of the famous secret agent. The panoramic revolving restaurant which featured in the movie welcomes visitors with an excellent menu. Views from the restaurant include the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau as well as Mont Blanc and the Black Forest.



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