The Lauberhorn downhill does not only entertain spectators with its 4,455-m-long course, which is the longest of the World Cup circuit, but also with the Haneggschuss, which is the fastest section on the Lauberhorn where top speeds can reach up to 160 km/h (100 mph). Apart from its signature jump, the Hundschopf, the descent impresses spectators in particular with its panoramic views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountain range. A special highlight is a helicopter ride which takes visitors from Gsteigwiler to where the action takes place. After a soft landing, they can watch the competitors race down the mountain at full speed. A visit of the race course is equally worthwhile in summer. The Lauberhorn trail guides visitors on a 5 ½ hour hike past the key sections of the downhill course, with the Hundschopf and the Kernen-S, and allows them to admire the beautiful panoramic views of the mountains.