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Hiking

Easy walk down a well maintained trail but very pretty even in cloudy weather.

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First to Review

Diese Wanderung ist nicht in der Nähe von Guggisberg (80km entfernt), sie führt auch nicht einem See entlang (Ziel ist ein Bergseeli), ist alles andere als moderat und ist ganz sicher nicht das ganze Jahr hindurch machbar!!! Wer schreibt so was? Da habe ich null Vertrauen in Wandertipps!

Onur Yazici reviewed Blausee Nature Park Loop
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Hiking

Not really a hike but a short walk around a small lake. Lake itself is beautiful but crowded.

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Brett-Ashley Waters reviewed Bachalpsee from First
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Hiking

My husband and I did this hike in the fall and we loved it. While we do walk a few miles most days, we are not particularly athletic. For the most part, this trail was very easy with beautiful scenery. The very beginning of the trail is a little steep and gets your blood pumping. There was no snow when we hiked and the ground was very compact, no slippery rocks or anything. There were people in all kinds of attire, but a good pair of athletic shoes will be fine. Be sure to bring a camera and take time to enjoy the stunning views!

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Hiking

I read few blog posts about the hike and wanted to try it out. But as a lot of people claim it's quite dangerous and hostel personnel warned me that it's not worth it. So I decided to make a small part of it to Augstmatthorn and back in Habrekn. I started from the top of Harder Kulm with the first lift around 9:30 and reached Augstmatthorn around 11:45. I sat on the top of the ridge, weather was beautiful and I didn't felt at all like returning back. So I headed to Brienzer Rothorn :) Stunning views all around but I quickly got what people were talking about. You always need to be very precise with the footwork. I'd say that most of the trail you have not so steep dropoff on one side so even if you fall it shouldn't be a big deal. But you do have around 5 steep descent sections where you need to be super careful ( I used my hands to have always 2 points of contact) and some small sections with huge dropoffs on both sides. And as all people mention it's super challenging physically. Trail oscillates a lot with steep ups and downs so you don't have a place to recover. I also run out of water (took only 1.5l) an hour to the end. All trail took me about 6.5h but I'm generally well ahead of signpost predictions. And f***en 185 stair steps just before reaching the Rothornbahn are unforgettable. To sum up, super marvelous vistas, dangerous, challenging, technical. And all these makes it a wonderful experience which will live with you. I think it's easier to go in the opposite direction as a. you hit harder part first, b. you have plenty of time as Harder Kulm is opened till 9pm, c. less ascent.

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Mountain bikingFeeOff trailRockyScramble

this hike took my breath away in 3 ways. first, it is very challenging with the constant changing in elevation. second, you are very exposed at times and can easily fall to your death if you're not careful - don't attempt if you are afraid of heights. third, the views are absolutely stunning for the whole ridge walk. you need to focus on every step you take, though you want to be constantly looking at the amazing scenery. local tip: start from brienz rothorn and head towards harder kulm. you'll do the most difficult terrain first and don't have to worry about missing the last train as the harder kulm vernacular runs until 9pm. also, I recommend not doing the descent to Interlaken and take the vernacular down as it will just punish your legs and knees while giving you the same scenic views as the hike. if doing it in the summer (which is the only time you should do it and definitely not when the it's raining or recently rained), take the first 7:36am steam-engine train to the peak as it's an "early bird" price and gives you as much time as possible to do the hike. I'm a avid hiker and in slightly above average shape and it took me just under 10 hours (with cramping legs and sore feet at the end). not for the faint of heart.

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HikingBugsNo shadeRockyScramble

This trail is probably the hardest physical activity I have done. It is stunningly beautiful- and incredibly hard. The first 5 hours are quite lovely and then the down climbing just puts people in the hurt locker. There are a few places that it is truly dangerous and many places where if you miss step you could die - at minimum break many bones. I highly recommend poles although there were a number or younger people on the trail without them. I have a lot of respect for anyone who does it. It just goes on and on and on and feels never flat. Up and down. But it was absolutely amazing. Best hike I have every done.

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Walking

Incredible views the entire walk overlooking the valley own below and up at the eiger. We did the walk late in the afternoon and only saw one other group of walkers.

Kristi Lentsch reviewed Trümmelbach Falls
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Hiking

Not a hike, but really cool experience

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Hiking

Stunning views!

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Hiking

One of the best views I’ve ever seen. Great variation in the walk, very well marked trail and all in all just stunning. A must do when nearby. Just make sure that the Schynge Platte train is riding ;-)

Cool Rick Sanchez reviewed Bluemlisalphutte to Kandersteg
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Hiking

A trail that provides you with pleasant scenery. Very hard for people that occasionally hike (difficulty T3). However, reaching the hut is truly an achievement, and if you're one of the hikers that can make it to the top, tap on your shoulders, you did a great job! Took us solid 6h to get from bottom to top (night hike), and we were worn out after that. So, make sure to be prepared for that fantastic hike!

Talal Al-Haddad reviewed Bachalpsee from First
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Amazing view of the lake with the mountain at the background. it's a bit crowded with tourists. there are several activities that you can do near First station.

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Hiking

Keep walking up from the Männlichen station (endpoint of this trail on the app), great point of view

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Ophélie Santacreu reviewed Faulhornweg: Schynige Platte to First
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Hiking

Tres belle rando exécuté en 5h30 Pas de grosse partie technique. Démarré la rando à 1800m d’altitude, traversé une multitude de paysage, champêtre, glacier, rocaille. Voir de belles vaches en pleine nature. Rando super agréable. Je recommande

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HikingBugs
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HikingSnow

One of the best bikes in the Bernese Oberland. We did First to Schynige Platte and really liked doing it that way!

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Hiking

The hike was demanding but so worth it. We didn't finish the whole trail as we were running out of time and water. Good fitness level required as there is up and down all the way. Be prepared to hike for 10 or more hours unless you are super fast

Emily Campbell reviewed Bachalpsee from First
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Hiking

beautiful

Paul Remmenga reviewed Belpberg from Munsingen
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Hiking
First to Review

This is a very nice trail from the train station to the top of Belpberg. There are 2 rivers along the path, a nice forest section and great views of the mountains from the top of the hill. There is a restaurant at the top of the hill as well as a John F. Kennedy memorial.

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Hiking

Amazing hike! We caught some crazy weather up top but it was amazing day. Highly recommend!

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Hiking

absolutely amazing hike. I went west to east from interlaken on Oct 1, hitting the trail at 330am and it took me 13 hours with stops. 4 Liters of water was about right for me. I had to ration some the last 2 hours but had a bit left over at the end. There were one or two parts where the exposure is a bit more severe as some of the other reviews indicated but I was relatively comfortable for 90% of this hike and going west to east built up my confidence in the terrain before hitting the exposed sections. I don't know how anybody could do this without trekking poles but I did run into such a person going the opposite direction.

Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarSeptember 28, 2019
Hiking

A pretty and easy, albeit crowded hike. The views of the mountains are stunning, as is the lush greenery interspersed with flowers of varied colors. We were lucky to have done this when there was a build-up of snow on the mountains, which made this an unforgettable experience.

Tejas Rao reviewed The Eiger Trail
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Hiking

We did the trail starting at Kleine Scheidegg, then climbing up to Eigergletscher, and then heading down to Alpiglen. The trail was underwhelming, at least at this time of the year (late September), with a few patches of dying green, the occasional flower, a couple of sections of partially snow-capped mountains, a few small waterfalls, and lots of rock and pebble. There was no wow moment, and this felt more like a workout hike than one where you're in the midst of exquisite scenery. We were originally going to head to Grindelwald after reaching Alpiglen, but decided to cut our losses and stop the hike early. I'd normally give this a three star hike, but given the opportunity cost (lots of beautiful hikes in this area, especially on a sunny day like this was), I'm downgrading it to a 2/5.

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