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Rated 4.9 by 524,269+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Grindelwald?

    The price for luggage storage near Grindelwald starts from just CHF 4.20/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Grindelwald?

    There are multiple locations in the Grindelwald area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Bahnhof Lauterbrunnen, Bahnhof Interlaken West, and Bahnhof Wilderswil and all over Bern.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Grindelwald?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Grindelwald.

  • Are there storage lockers near Grindelwald?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Grindelwald area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Grindelwald and in the broader Bern area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Grindelwald?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Grindelwald are Bahnhof Wengen, Derby Hotel, and Bodmi. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Grindelwald are Berghaus Bort, Berghaus Grindelwaldblick, and Youth Hostel Grindelwald.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Grindelwald?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Grindelwald are Berghaus Alpiglen, Restaurant Golden India, and Da Salvi.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Grindelwald?

    Check out the nearby Spielplatz Dorfstrasse and The Cow.


To describe Grindelwald as a picturesque, almost fairy-tale-like village in the mountains of the Swiss Alps, would be to do it a disservice. But the mountainous terrain might make getting around somewhat difficult if you are hampered by luggage. Fortunately, Bounce has partnered with trusted local businesses so that you are easily able to store your luggage and enjoy your visit whilst carrying just the essentials. 

Situated opposite the infamous North Face of the Eiger, this village has attracted daring climbers for decades. It was first conquered in 1938, but it still poses one of the most extreme challenges any climber might face.

Here, beauty is so prevalent that it should come as no surprise to hear that this location was used in several films, including Star Wars and various James Bond movies. In the winter months, when the slopes are covered in snow, skiing is the major drawcard. In the summer months, cable cars provide easy access to keen hikers and mountain bikers.

If you are a less active tourist, don’t be put off by the vast array of outdoor activities. There is plenty here to keep you enthralled as well.

Things to do in Grindelwald

Grindelwald is well-known as an outdoor playground. But when it’s time to relax after a strenuous day in the mountains, there’s plenty in the town itself to help you recharge and rejuvenate. Drop off your bags at a luggage storage service and enjoy everything the town has to offer.

  • If you're into hiking, then you may already have heard of the Eiger Trail. The 6 km trail has been walked by climbers since the 1930s when the famous North Face became such an obsession. To get there, ride the Jungfrau to Eigergletscher. From there it can get serious, but the trail is roped in the more extreme regions. You should definitely take a pair of binoculars with you so that you can get a closer look at the climbers dangling from that infamous rockface above you.
  • For a breath-taking adventure that is not quite as physically demanding, take a train ride to the Jungfraujoch saddle. At a height of 3454 m this is the highest train journey in the world and the views are spectacular. Along the way, this world-famous train journey will allow you glimpses into the Aletsch glacier. Round off this adventure with a journey into the Ice Palace.
  • A great place to learn something about the world around you is on offer at the Grindelwald Museum. Here there are exhibits that expose the life of mountain guides and rescue teams, as well as some of the technology used to build that famously high railway line. You will also be taken back in time, with exhibits detailing some of the ancient farming techniques that have been used for centuries in this Alpine region.
  • If you have a taste for speed, but perhaps not the skills for Alpine skiing, then sledging might be just the thing for you. You're within easy striking distance of the longest toboggan ride in Europe and there are plenty of places where you're able to rent helmets and goggles.
  • If you have been tempted by some of the many physical activities that this Alpine region has on offer, you may be starting to feel a few aches and pains at this stage of the game. The good news is that many of the hotels have spas attached, and most of them allow entry to non-residents if you phone ahead. Enjoy a relaxing Jacuzzi, steam massage, or breath-taking ice bath and all the aches and pains will soon be just a distant memory.

Getting around Grindelwald

  • The Grindelwald bus service will get you to many of the favorite destinations, including the ski lifts during the winter months.
  • From the Grindelwald Gare, you will be able to hop trains to more distant destinations and find info on the famously high Jungfraujoch journey.
  • Taxis can be found at the airport, the station, and most major hotels.
  • There is an array of cable car options that can be used for getting to higher regions or simply as sight-seeing platforms.

Luggage storage in Grindelwald

To be honest, this rugged countryside and the requirement to use public transport do not really lend themselves to hauling heavy bags with you. Fortunately, this is where Bounce has you covered. They have partnered with selected local businesses and this enables you to store your bags conveniently and with complete peace of mind. Store what you don't need immediately, and travel light to make the most of this memorable stay.

Activities near Grindelwald

  • The Grindelwald cross country ski trail offers a great way to explore the countryside, taking in views of the Wetterhorn and the Eiger, without having to become a competent downhill skier. You can rent cross-country ski equipment at most of the local sports shops, and then hop on a local bus that will take you to the start of the trail. The trail is just seven km long and offers a great skiing experience without the learning curve required for those downhill pistes.
  • Gletscherschlucht is a ravine carved deep into the rocks by a retreating glacier. It is just a ten-minute train ride from the Grindelwald station, and once there, secure walkways offer you the opportunity to walk a kilometer into this ravine which offers breath-taking views. Don't forget to look up where you will usually see climbers fighting their way up the slippery rock faces.
  • Pfingstegg can be reached by cable car and the journey offers stunning views best appreciated during the summer months. Once there, one of the main attractions is the tin can toboggan ride which is 736 m long and drops 60 m. It makes an ideal place to enjoy a picnic, although you could sit down in a restaurant if you prefer. Take the cable car back again or hike back, which will take just over ninety minutes.

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