Children of the World Cup
Wengen will once again host World Snow Day.
On the weekend of 18th January 2015 six World Cups will take place around the world. One of these is the prestigious Lauberhorn race in Wengen (SUI).

Situated in the Jungfrau Ski Region, The Lauberhorn attracts thousands of people to the mountain to watch the longest downhill race on the World Cup tour. To increase the celebration, lift operator, Jungfraubahn, will host a huge World Snow Day action. From Friday to Sunday, for each adult who purchases a lift ticket to the Grindelwald and Wengen ski area along with an entrance ticket to the Luaberhorn race THREE children 15 and under will receive a FREE lift pass. The free lift pass is valid for the Grindelwald and Wengen ski areas and doubles as an entry ticket to the Lauberhorn race. This means kids get all the joys or snow sports and get to watch the action of the race.

Manager of the Winter sports at Jungfraubahn Marco Luggen commented “the Lauberhorn downhill races as one of the most spectacular events of the World Cup in combined with the world snow day gives us a unique chance to provide children an unforgettable day in the snow.”

All in all World Snow Day in the Jungfrau Ski Region is set to be a very big occasion. Be sure not to miss this spectacular event. For more information visit

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