⚠️ No night skiing in the Bodmi Arena on 11 January 04.12.22
On January 11 there will be no night skiing in the Bodmi Arena

Bodmi Arena

The Bodmi Arena in Grindelwald is a winter playground for snow enthusiasts of all ages. This 6000m² activity area boasts the largest ski area for beginners and slightly advanced skiers and snowboarders in the Jungfrau Region and features a play zone for sled and tube rides, booking office, T-bar intermediate ski run, slalom course, Kids Village, magic carpets, and a restaurant. This diverse arena is easy to access with a bus stop located directly on site and it presents an easy way to enjoy a day in the snow without having to purchase a lift ticket to the larger ski region. Families with small children, novice skiers and snowboarders, and first-time snow seekers will discover a fun, safe, and welcoming environment at the scenic Bodmi Arena.



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In the Heart of Grindelwald

The Bodmi Arena provides visitors with easy access to a

  • Booking office
  • Play zone for sledding and tubing
  • Swiss Snowli Kids Village
  • T-bar intermediate ski run
  • Slalom course
  • Restaurant
  • Magic carpets

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Ski Rentals at the Bodmi Arena

Conveniently rent skis and snowboards directly on the slopes of the Bodmi Arena.  Our small shop caters to beginners and intermediate skiers and snowboarders.  For a wider selection of equipment please visit our shops in Grindelwald or Interlaken. Ski rentals

Open from December 10th until March: Daily 9:00 am - 3:00 pm



Snowtubing and Sledding

At the Bodmi Arena, adults and kids can comfortably ride up the magic carpet lift and enjoy fun descents on a sled or snowtube. You can bring your own equipment, or rent a sled or tube when you arrive. 

Open daily from 9am to 4:30pm, from December 10th until March (depending on snow conditions)

Magic carpet and sled/tube rentals Adults CHF 20 Kids CHF 15
Magic Carpet only Adults CHF 10 Kids CHF 7
Magic Carpet and sled rental (group 10+) Adults CHF 17 Kids CHF 13

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The t-bar lift at the Bodmi Arena allows beginner skiers and snowboarders to try a more difficult slope

T-bar Lift

The T-bar lift at the Bodmi Arena is perfectly suited for advanced beginner skiers and snowboarders. This beginner to intermediate area is easily reached (only 10 minutes from Grindelwald) and prepares new skiers and snowboarders for bigger slopes, without requiring the same level of commitment as the larger ski areas.  

Open daily from 9:30am to 4:30pm, from December 10th until March (depending on snow conditions)

Single run  Adults CHF 3 Kids CHF 3
10 runs Adults CHF 20 Kids CHF 20
Evening Pass Adults CHF 15 Kids CHF 15
Half-day  Adults CHF 21 Kids CHF 16
Full day Adults CHF 26 Kids CHF 22
Season Ticket Adults CHF 220 Kids CHF 110


Bodmi Night Skiing

Skiing at night is a highlight for everyone! With your Jungfrau skipass, night skiing is free of charge. Enjoy the ambience of skiing under the moon and stars on Wednesday and Friday evenings at the Bodmi Arena.

Where     Bodmi Arena
When Every Wednesday and Friday, from December 21st to March 10th
Time The T-Bar lift is open until 7:00pm
Price FREE with valid Jungfrau Sportpass, or see T-Bar Lift prices 


More info

Cocolino and Snowli race to the finish line on ski sleds at Bodmi

Snowli Party

Snowli is having a party! Come and enjoy various attractions such as face painting, sack race, flying fox, story telling, and much more...

Where Bodmi Arena
When Every Wednesday from 1st February until 1st March 2023
What time 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Price FREE!


More activities at the Bodmi Arena

Child care

From 19 CHF

Kids Beginner Group Ski Lessons

From 79 CHF

Private Ski and Snowboard Lessons

From 90 CHF

Full Day Beginner Package

From 179 CHF

Afternoon Beginner Package

From 99 CHF

Night Skiing Bodmi


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Getting there

You can drive directly to the Bodmi Arena, providing your car is prepared for the road conditions. However, parking is limited and we suggest using public transport if possible.


Bus 122 and 124 depart frequently from the village and are free with a Grindelwald Guest Card or valid ski pass.

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