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Muerren forms part of the Jungfrau TopSki area and has earned a reputation for being one of the most desirable ski regions not just in the Alps, but in the world as a whole. And with a little help from us, you’ll be able to find all the best ways of getting in and out of the resort with as little fuss as possible! Wondering which would be the best airport to fly into? How about the best entry point for a quick weekend away? On this page you’ll find all the answers you’ve been looking for along with a few you didn’t know you needed!
Muerren is a painfully picturesque village where cars are banned and pedestrians rule – always great news for families! The history of the town is rich to say the least – this just so happens to be the place where the very first Alpine Ski World Championships were held back in 1931. Thankfully, amenities and transport links have been significantly stepped up since then! There’s a total of 53km of pisted runs to choose from 12 lifts taking you up to the action. And when you’re done, why not head to the revolving restaurant perched right on the top of the Schilthorn for some truly amazing panoramas?
Muerren is situated within easy reach of at least four airports, offering transfer times of less than two hours. As such, this is another excellent choice for those looking to take quick breaks where long transfers would really eat into piste-time. Berne Airport is the closest by far with a drive-time of no more than an hour, but while Geneva is a little further afield at 2.5-hours, there’s always a good chance you’ll score cheaper airline tickets if you branch out your search. And no matter how long the transfer is, the scenery along the roads is simply breath-taking and you’ll not be given any opportunity to get bored!
Please bear in mind that the times below are for professional coach transfers during near-ideal conditions and with only light traffic to deal with. In the event that the weather takes a turn or peak-season traffic floods the roads, the numbers tell a very different story!
It’s a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to public transport heading to Muerren. It does exist, it runs like clockwork and kids under 16 travelling on the trains with adults go free – sadly it can also be very slow and demand several changes along the way.
As such, our recommendation is to always reserve your place on an airport transfer service ahead of time that will take you door to door in the lap of luxury – and for the lowest price!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php