Excursions

Each guest will receive a wallet filled with a wide selection of brochures on exciting excursions.

↓ Here we show only a part of exciting excursions, more brochures you can choose and take away in front of our office in Ringgenberg

Broschüren

Jungfraujoch

Jungfraujoch brienzerrothornbahn Full day

Full year

Tel: +41 (0)33 828 72 33
Fax: +41 (0)33 828 72 60
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www.jungfraujoch.ch

Strictly, the Jungfraujoch is the lowest point on the mountain ridge between Mönch and Jungfrau, at 3471 m. It is just above this location that the mountain station of Jungfraubahn is located, Jungfraujoch railway station, which at an elevation of 3,454 metres is the highest railway station in Europe. The Jungfraujoch is often called the "Top of Europe" in tourist literature. Not far east of the Joch rises a peak called the Sphinx, which tops out at an elevation of 3,571 metres. It begins from the Jungfraujoch on the Valais side and at the Great Aletsch Glacier. There is an elevator to the summit of the Sphinx, where a small viewing platform and a scientific observatory, the Sphinx Observatory, are located.

 

Giessbachfälle

giessbach Half day

Juni - Oktober

Grandhotel Giessbach
3855 Brienz
Tel. +41 (0)33 952 25 25
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www.giessbach.ch

Today, as a hundred years ago, the historic hotel is framed by the much celebrated silver foaming Giessbach Falls high above the lake in a world unto itself. Surrounded by mountains, forests and alpine meadows with breathtaking views of the unspoilt Lake Brienz, this rescued oasis is located far away from hustle and bustle of everyday life and traffic.

 

Trummelbach Falls

truemmelbach Half day

Apr - Okt
9-18 Uhr

pre- and aftersaison
9-17 Uhr

Tel: +41 (0)33 855 32 32
www.truemmelbachfaelle.ch
The Trummelbach Falls in Switzerland are a series of ten glacier-waterfalls inside the mountain made accessible by tunnel-lift and illuminated. The Trummelbach alone drains the mighty glacier defiles of Eiger (3970 m), Monk (4099 m) and Jungfrau (4158 m) and carries 20.200 tons of boulder detritus per year. Its drainage area is 24 km², half of it covered by snow and glaciers. Up to 20.000 litres of water per second. The only glacier-waterfalls in Europe inside the mountain and still accessible. The Trummelbach Falls belong to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn and is listed in the Federal Inventory of Landscapes and Natural Monuments of National Importance of Switzerland.

 

Brienzer Rothorn

brienzerrothornbahn Half day

Juni - October

Brienz Rothorn Bahn
Postfach
3855 Brienz
Tel: +41 (0)33 952 22 22
Fax: +41 (0)33 952 22 10
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www.brienz-rothorn-bahn.ch
The Brienzer Rothorn is a mountain in the Swiss Alps on the border between the cantons of Lucerne, Berne and Obwalden. The summit can be reached from Brienz by the Brienz Rothorn Bahn (steam train) and from Sörenberg by a cable car.

 

Niesen

niesen Half day

Juni - October

Niesenbahn AG
3711 Mülenen
Tel: +41 (0)33 676 77 11
Fax: +41 (0)33 676 77 12
www.niesen.ch

The Niesen is a mountain, located in the Bernese Oberland region of the Swiss Alps, overlooking the lake of Thun and is often called the Swiss Pyramid.
The summit of the mountain (2362 meters) can be reached easily with a funicular from Mülenen (near Reichenbach). The construction of the Niesenbahn funicular was completed in 1910. Alongside the path of the Niesenbahn is the longest stairway in the world with 11,674 steps. It is open only once a year to the public for a stair run.
The Niesen was the subject of a number of paintings by Paul Klee, in which it was represented as a quasi-pyramid.

 

Schilthorn

Schilthorn niesen Half day

Juni - Oktober

Schilthornbahn AG
3800 Interlaken
Tel: +41 (0)33 826 00 07
Fax: +41 (0)33 826 00 09
www.schilthorn.ch
The Schilthorn is a 2,970 metre high summit of the Bernese Alps in Switzerland. It overlooks the valley of Lauterbrunnen in the Bernese Oberland, and is the highest mountain in the range lying north of the Sefinenfurgge Pass. The Schilthorn lies above the village of Mürren, from where a cable car leads to its summit. Administratively, the summit is within the municipality of Lauterbrunnen, although the western slopes are within the municipality of Reichenbach im Kandertal. Both municipalities are in the canton of Bern. The summit has a panoramic view which spans from the Titlis, Jungfrau, Mönch, Eiger, over the Bernese Alps and the Jura mountains up to the Vosges Mountains and the Black Forest. Mont Blanc is also just visible
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