Whether by public transport, by bike, on foot, by car or boat - countless view points, high-altitude paths, walking tours, peaks, mountain restaurants and cable cars certainly do not make the choice easy.
Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe
Jungfraujoch -Top of Europe
The highlight und highest point of your stay
With free panoramic views - from the Mont Blanc to the Black forest, Pilatus, Titlis and of course the famous trio of mountains, the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau
Lakes of Thun and Brienz
A boat tour passing cultural hallmarks such as the castles of Spiez, Oberhofen, Schadau or Thun or the old churches of Einigen and Schadau
The mountain on Interlaken's doorstep. An 8-minute funicular ride from Interlaken Ost brings you to the Harder Kulm at 1322 metres above sea level. Here there are breathtaking views of the ‘Bödeli', Interlaken, the lakes of Thun and Brienz and the Jungfrau mountain
www.jungfraubahn.ch = Harder Kulm (April – Okt)
· paraglide above Interlaken and land on the meadow
· river raft on the noisy Lütschine river to the estuary of lake Brienz
· walk along the Jacob's pilgrim's way to the places that give you strength
· admire the ibex on the walk between the Niederhorn and the Gemmenalphorn
· build a ‘Steinmännli' (stone man) on the Eiger-trail
· build a stone wall from the big pebbles of the Lombach river
· admire the Staubbach waterfall on the train journey between Lauterbrunnen and Wengen
· experience the spring flowers in the Blumental (flower valley) above Mürren
· test yourself as to whether you know all the names of the mountain flowers in the alpine garden at the Schnynige Platte
· dare to take the challenge of descending with a Trottibike scooter
· in the Seilpark (a rope park) glide on ropes between the tree trunks and tops
· cycle from Meiringen over the Grosse Scheidegg or even
· ride with a motorbike over 4 passes
Adventures for you and for your grand-, god-children, and your neighbour's children and in fact any children!
And in winter the abundant winter sports facilities of the Jungfrau region, the Schilthorn and Grindelwald-First areas as well as the excellent ski areas for children in Beatenberg and Habkern, the Lauberhorn downhill race, the ice rink in Matten for curling, ice-skating and ice-hockey, the tobogganing trails which are lit up at night etc., etc., etc.. all mean a paradise for staying outside.