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First Flyer

First, Grindelwald 3818, Switzerland
+41 33 828 77 11
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  • Average6%
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“zip lines” (6 reviews)
“trotti bike” (8 reviews)
First, Grindelwald 3818, Switzerland
+41 33 828 77 11
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

The ride up to the First Flyer on the cable car is amazing all by itself - and the zipline is just icing on the cake! The staff are very careful about safety and make sure that you are properly seated. You are actually in...More

Thank EDWARDL782
Reviewed 10 August 2017

I have built zip lines but this was the first I have been on. I was a great ride beautiful view in every direction. Well worth the expense and time.

Thank daveW6414PP
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

I was asked if i wanna go twice first you are launched backwards wich is a great sensation then stop for a few seconds and glide back down forwards even if it s august it was pretty cold while flying p.s. Don't go like me...More

Thank Andrei P
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

Well it's not cheap (but then nothing in Switzerland is...) but this has to rate as one of the highlights of our holiday. The weather forecast wasn't great but as we got up it was sunny so we decided to head up early to beat...More

1  Thank PuttingPenToPaper
Reviewed 26 June 2017

weather prevented participation in the first flyer, but they provided good alternatives with 3-wheeled bikes for adults and scooters as well. The idea to make your way down the mountain is to do the first flyer, then the "big wheels" then the scooters. Due to...More

1  Thank dan w
Reviewed 16 June 2017

We loved First Flyer and would highly recommend it! In fact, we loved the whole experience as we took the gondola all the way up from Grindelwald to First and then did each of the activities to get back to Grindlewald. First Flyer felt completely...More

2  Thank OurEdventures
Reviewed 10 June 2017

We did the Zip line on our last day in Grindelwald. My wife was a little concerned with how fast you stopped at the bottom. We found that the stop was really not bad and pretty smooth. We are in our late sixties and for...More

3  Thank Lummy
Reviewed 31 May 2017

This is such a cool activity to do in First! in less than 90 seconds you will experience mix of adrenaline rush and enchanting Alps views. The only drawback is the waiting time, we have waited more than 2 hours in a very long line...More

2  Thank Omar O
Reviewed 13 March 2017

We bought a package that included First Flyer and TROTTY BIKES. The zip line was so much fun- 50 mph until you hit the spring at the end. Seriously, the trotty bikes were the most fun of the day. I wish I could ride one...More

2  Thank MItraveler11
Reviewed 28 February 2017

This experiences is included in the Wengen/Grindelwald ski pass and those based in Wengen its quite a trek to reach it and can take all morning. We reached the First Flyer by about 1pm and its was closed - no notice or mention of a...More

2  Thank monday s
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4 April 2017|
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Response from OurEdventures |
They allow you to place your back back on your lap inside the harness.
Adrian B
25 November 2016|
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Response from Pedroparracho7 | Reviewed this property |
No! It closed in late October, and I think it will only reopen in May ??? When it's warmer , no Snow and no Rain ! But you can always check the jungfrauch web site , for more information.
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