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Traditional Swiss Hotel Staubbach

Easy access to the awe-inspiring Eiger, Mönch and Schilthorn
Huge variety of slopes at Kleine Scheidegg
Entire comfortable hotel to ourselves
Views from hotel of Europe's highest free-falling waterfall
Ski back to Wengen to enjoy the cafés

 
 
 

Hotel Staubbach: mainly en-suite rooms for two

For new year only, the Oak Hall team takes over the whole of Hotel Staubbach, providing warm hospitality and good food. The dining room offers stunning views of the highest free falling waterfall in Europe – the Staubbach Falls with a spectacular vertical drop of 300m - and the lounge provides a good space for relaxation after skiing.

Enjoy plenty of free tea, coffee and hot chocolate while the complimentary Wi-Fi lets you keep the world up to date with your adventures. 

If you would prefer to stay in our Oak Hall chalet in the same village, and with availability throughout the season, please click here.
 

Central Lauterbrunnen

Hotel Staubbach is in the centre of Lauterbrunnen, close to all local amenities and the train station, giving easy access to the slopes. The rooms are mainly en-suite and comfortable; rooms for two and a small number of family rooms are available.


 
 

The Jungfrau - a paradise for snowsports

Under the mighty Eiger and Jungfrau mountains, this is a top alpine region. 213km of prepared pistes, amazing scenery and plenty of sunshine make this an exceptional location for winter sports. The network of 45 lifts guarantees uninterrupted enjoyment of 64 interlinked runs.

 

Huge variety at Kleine Scheidegg

The Kleine Scheidegg area provides a large variety for those wanting an exhilarating experience. From challenging blacks beneath the Eiger’s north face for experts to easy blues winding through tree-lined paths for beginners, this is an exceptional ski area. With the World Cup held here each year, it is a favourite snowsport resort for many!

 
 

... and even more at Mürren-Schilthorn!

Lauterbrunnen is perfectly placed for exploring the pistes above the picturesque village of Mürren. From Mürren the lift system provides a full variety of runs, rising to the famous and demanding James Bond Schilthorn black run that starts amidst stunning views at 2,971m. With a 2,171m descent all the way back to Lauterbrunnen, this is the route of the world famous Inferno Race. This 15km course carves through tricky ‘S’ bends and snow-covered woodlands.  The winning competitors take just 15 minutes for this descent but some may need a little longer!

 

Winter walks and famous Jungfraujoch

From Lauterbrunnen there are a wide variety of prepared winter walks as well as the chance to travel through the Eiger to the highest railway station in Europe - the world famous Jungfraujoch.

 

Lift passes when staying in Lauterbrunnen

In Lauterbrunnen, we can choose between a lift pass for the Jungfrau Region or one that covers Grindelwald and Wengen. The Jungfrau Region pass costs about 20% more than the Grindelwald and Wengen pass. All Oak Hall lessons can be offered in the Grindelwald and Wengen area.

Click here for a map of the Grindelwald and Wengen area and please click here for a map of the Jungfrau Region. More about ski passes with Oak Hall can be found here.
 

Dates/Prices

All departures for this destination have been completed this year but please look here again soon for details of next year. (Summer dates are usually released towards the end of November and winter towards the end of May. If any dates are available sooner they will be shown on this page when they are confirmed).

In the meantime, please click on the relevant tab at the top of the screen (eg Summer or Winter) to browse our site for alternatives.

See you soon!