Night time skiing with laser and snowsports show
Fancy racing down the Chuenisbärgli World Cup piste at night?
You can enjoy this unusual experience as part of our 150 years of winter tourism in Switzerland celebrations every Friday between 6 February and 6 March 2015 from 7pm-9.30pm in Adelboden.
Some thrilling runs in crisp snow, a fascinating laser and snowsports show and to conclude the evening a steaming fondue in a cosy ski hut – can you imagine a better way to start a winter weekend in the mountains?
Naturally there is also a fantastic ski show on the programme too.
Lovers of nostalgia gather on Sunday 29 March for the traditional hickory ski meetings on Engstligenalp. The event promises many surprises for spectators and participants.
At the same time, the event fits in perfectly with this year’s 150th anniversary of winter tourism in Switzerland, which Adelboden is celebrating through an Alpine culture which lives on.
Hickory wood was used to make the forerunners to modern skis, hence the name of this nostalgic event. Don’t miss watching participants weaving across the pistes on their old wooden skis or traditional sledges, dressed in nostalgic costumes. With afternoon show event! If you turn up on wooden skis, plus-four trousers or a skirt and a pointed hat, you travel on the lift for free.
As a token of thanks to all the winter sports enthusiasts and Adelboden-Lenk season ticket holders, the ski regions of Silleren-Hahnenmoos-Metsch-Bühlberg are hosting on 28 / 29 March their 7th Annual Ski Festival.
Anyone purchasing an Adelboden-Lenk day ski pass or already holds a season ticket for the ski region can look forward to a very special thank you. Different live music groups will be performing at mountain taverns and pisteside restaurants to ensure a varied and atmospheric entertainment.