The village of Grindelwald, Switzerland has been in the tourist business since its inception in 1818, when the first hotel was built. Its location at the foot of the Mt. Eiger and the Swiss Alps has afforded it constant appeal as a travel destination since then. Though the majority of travelers are winter recreationists, the summer season in Grindelwald also offers rewarding travel opportunities.  Grindelwald's  official tourist welcome site will direct you to both summer and winter information and links for activities, weather updates, ski pass information and more.

My Switzerland is the official website for the country with travel tips, shopping resources, and transportation information. SwissWorld.org has a lot of general information about the country itself: government, culture, history, and specific information about its skiing regions, including Grindelwald. LInks will direct you to practical and event information.

SkiEurope is another site devoted to the winter sport scene featuring articles about Switzerland's various regions and snowplay opportunities. Look up Grindelwald information in a directory of mountain getaways, which features live web cams, lodging deals, and weather forecasts. 

The World Mountain Encyclopedia has information on world mountains and includes Eiger. Photos, gear, and book resources. Most interesting, though, is a reproduction of Eiger's summit log. Reading the entries is like being on the summit yourself, except your toes aren't frozen and you're in the safety of your own room or office.