In the footsteps of the Ski World Cup - an experience for the whole family
The Audi FIS Ski World Cup Adelboden is an important cornerstone of the Alpine Ski World Cup at the centre of the World Cup calendar and attracts 40,000 enthusiastic ski fans to Adelboden every year . Whether on skis or on foot, the World Cup slope is an experience for young and old alike even after the competition is over - and can be enjoyed in winter or summer. The nine info-points along the World Cup Trail between the starting gate and the finishing arena are packed with lots of fascinating background details about the event, the piste, the skis - and their history. Experience the Ski World Cup up close with the app and the interactive info-points.
Strong shoes or walking boots are recommended when hiking on the legendary World Cup mountain.
How to reach the World Cup Trail
- Bergläger – Höchst – Chuenisbärgli (30 min.): from Adelboden with theSilleren mountain lift or by bus to Bergläger. Then take the Höchst chair lift (only in operation at the weekend) to reach the starting area at Chuenisbärgli.
- Bergläger – Chuenisbärgli (45 min.): from Adelboden with the Silleren mountain lift or by bus to Bergläger. From there you can hike to Chuenisbärgli.
- Chuenisbärgli – Boden (1 hr.): From the starting gate onChuenisbärgli proceed downhill to the finishing arena.
- Boden – Chuenisbärgli (1 hr. 40 min.): from the base station atChuenisbärgli, accessible by local bus, walk up the World Cup Trail from the finishing arena to the starting gate (theChuenisbärgli chair lift is only operational in winter).
Download the special app
You'll find more background information, images and videos about the individual info points in our Ski World Cup Adelboden app.
And best of all - it's completely free!
Family offers on Niesen
The Niesen is an attractive destination fort he family. Here you have a summary from all the different options on the pyramid next tot he Thunersee.
Spectacular ride with the cable car
Enjoy the exciting ride on the Niesen with up to 68% gradient. With the junior or grandchild card of the SBB the children ride free by train.
The most promising playground on the top. While the children are playing in the Niesendörfli the parents can enjoy the beautiful view.
Sandra Eng, Caroline Friedli and Barbara Rubin tell the children the exciting story of the Niesen fox during the mountain trip. On the summit cozy gathering with something to eat and playing in the Niesendörfli.
Family offerts in the restaurant Niesen Kulm
Playing in the "Niesendörfli" makes hungry. For the young guests there is a special menue with tasty dishes and desserts.