Mürren - Schilthorn - Grauseewli is a 9.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mürren, Bern, Switzerland that features a lake and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, nature trips, and mountain biking and is best used from June until October.

Length9.9 miElevation gain4,475 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingMountain bikingNature tripsRunningLakeViewsWaterfallWildflowersWildlifeRockyScrambleSnowNo shade
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Der Trail startet in Mürren und geht hoch zur Höhlücke bis zur Schlithornhütte, Seelifuhre zum Schilthorn. Dieser Aussichtsgipfel der Berner Alpen ist von Stechelberg und Mürren durch eine Luftseilbahn erschlossen. Auf dem Gipfel gibt es ein Drehrestaurant. Spektakuläres Panorama auf Eiger, Mönch und Jungfrau. Danach geht der Weg dem Grauseewil See entlang .

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Joanna Augustynowicz
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Quite demanding hike with beautiful views on the way. Good shoes is all you need. You can leave a car in Lauterbrunnen and take a cable car to Murren. This is where the hike begines :) Enjoy!

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Jacob Spinnler
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Incredible trail - physically demanding and at times technical, in the sense that there are steep slopes and loose gravel. Wear solid hiking footwear. That said - SO WORTH IT! The range of landscapes and the spectacular views throughout were some of, if not the best, I’ve ever hiked. Enjoy this one.

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Edwin Hassenstein
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Alice Flps
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On a fait la montée et la descente en entier sur le mois d'août. On a laissé la voiture à Stechelberg (8CHF le parking) et à partir de la on a pris un ticket aller/retour pour Mürren via le téléphérique (22CHF). Pour info le prix jusqu'au sommet de la rando à schiltorn est de 105CHF aller retour par personne. On est montée du côté est comme indiqué, la pente est très raide au début puis est plus facile jusqu'à la deuxième station téléphérique. Pour montée à Schiltorn c'est assez technique et sportif ! On a mis environ 4h. Déception sur la montée et au sommet de Schiltorn car tout était recouvert par les nuages on y voyait rien. On vous recommande de partir soit très très tôt soit tard. C'est souvent dégagé en début et fin de journée (le téléphérique pour descendre se termine à 19h par contre). Sur le retour on a rallongé un peu le parcours car de notre descente on voyait un sentier magnifique sur une crête. On vous conseiller vivement de l'emprunter c'est très très beau de ce côté ! Le chemin est plus technique (plus étroit avec des gros caillou à escalader) mais beaucoup plus agréable.

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Charlie Alexander
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Beautiful views. Did this hike today, early July, and there are still areas of snow cover. The inclines are steep but not too bad in duration. We did the downhill side and it does wear on you a bit. All in all a great day

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Joy Hanna
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Really challenging incline the whole way up and not worth it for the views that you can see via other hikes.

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Bobby Rassai
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Only did the Ascent, very tough, but doable for those who are already frightened by the comments already made for this trail; you could always slow down a bit! Did the trail in 4 hours.

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Alejandro Sanchez-Masi
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How to get there from Interlaken (~1 hour): Take a train to Lauterbrunnen from either Interlaken Ost (if you are staying northern side of Interlaken) or Wilderswil (if you are staying in the southern side of Interlaken). From Lauterbrunnen buy a ticket to Murren. To get to Murren you take a cable car up to Grütschalp and then a train to Murren. The trail start is about a 5 minute walk from the Murren train station. Impressions of the hike: The hike was challenging and absolutely stunning. I wanted to stop every 5 minutes and take a photo. Also encountered some cows along the way! The first 4 miles of the hike are a steady ascent up and a pretty good workout as it steep in some portions. The last 0.5 miles up to Schilthorn are where it starts to get interesting. The last half mile is a scramble up rocks, snow and ice so I would highly recommend bringing good hiking boots/trail runners or trekking poles. I did not have trekking poles, but did have to catch myself a few times from slipping due to ice. The views both up and down were incredible. As a side note, if you only want to hike up to Schilthorn, you can buy a ticket down. This ticket will get you all the way to Lauterbrunnen and will cost about 62 CHF. tl;dr Do this hike if you are physically fit. Take your time and enjoy the beautiful sights.

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Phil A
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There’s a couple of ways to do this hike. You can do it one way up or down... or you can do the whole loop which is (very weather dependent) an impressive (insane) hike. If you want to do it one way up from Murren you should know this: If you make it all the way to the top of the Schilthorn you CAN buy one way cable car tickets down at the Piz Gloria gift shop. However, if you get tired or weather moves in as it did when I was going up and you need to bail out at Birg they DO NOT sell tickets there and you’ll have to beg the cable car operator to let you go down or up and pay at those locations. Also, it is extremely important you know the cable car hours! The last one down when we were there was 17:55!!! It’d be one cold, wet, dark and dangerous hike back to Murren if you got caught up there in a storm. The way up from Shiltalp is a tough one and is pretty exposed. Lots of people come down from Birg or the Schilthorn (it’s big with the Rick Steve’s crowd), but we didn’t see a single person going up besides us all day! The way up via Schilthornhutte is a little less exposed and gives you more options for cover if the weather gets lousy. This is a better route to take if weather is a concern. This is a great hard hike. And probably the most beautiful hike I’ve ever done. It’s stunning from beginning to end. Just keep an eye on the weather.

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Jake Turner
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Amazing hike! Challenging as others stated. I followed this route and it was a solid 2 hours from Murren to top of Schilthorn. There is a water fountain near the bathrooms in Piz Gloria so don’t pay for the restaurant water. Descent took nearly as long as it’s technical, especially the first 2 miles. Some runnable sections near the bottom and lots of cows. Enjoy!

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Carly Ana
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This trail was a lot more challenging than we thought. Once you start, make sure you take your time, take a lot of water breaks and enjoy the scenery changing gradually with the altitude. The views are breathtaking and rewarding the more you approach the summit. * Careful coming back down because it’s pretty steep and slippery. In order to get to the starting point you have to take the cable car and bus from Lauterbrunnen to Mürren where you will begin your journey. Enjoy the workout guys!

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Sam Romano
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We only went to the top of Schilthorne since we started so late. The trail to there is difficult, and at parts feels a bit scary. But! Absolutely totally worth it!

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Ben Self
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This trail was much harder than I expected but 100% worth it. Very lightly trafficked, recommend starting the top portion of the loop first, upon reaching the highest point of elevations you're presented with a breath taking view.

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Xiang Li
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Best of the Best, you see everything

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Kent Schrader
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This is a Hard trail but the magnificent views make it worth it! To make it a little easier to get started on the trail I thought this may help: Use the app to find the trailhead as the signage in Murren (second stop on tram) is OK at best and no one we asked could get us to where we needed to be. AllTrails app was right on the money. Once on the trail it is easy to follow with some exceptions of traversing some snow higher up or on the final .5 mile where some scrambling up the rocks is necessary. That being said, there are arrows or symbols spray painted on the rocks to guide you where you need to go. We hiked up but rode the tram down because of our limited time. Awesome hike!

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Eric Bond
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Absolutely beautiful views from just above Murren. Part of our trail down from Murren to Winteregg and down to Lauterbrunnen went through lots of cows. Just amazing!

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Linda Howler
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Okay, didn't do this exact trail, but they don't have the exact path we took. We hiked Murren to Gimmelwald, then down into the valley. The down wasn't worth it because you were in the trees and I hate hiking down, but Murren to Gimmelwald is easy and amazingly beautiful, so 5 stars!

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Courtney LeBlanc
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Incredible views. Just incredible. Words to future hikers....Definitely strenuous, and if you’re not paying close attention to the trail map, it is very easy to lose the the trail. We also encountered several areas of the trail that appeared to have become victim to landslide or other natural decomposition, it was difficult to follow and you are essentially finding your own way and praying you don’t land on a loose rock. There are also no ways by car to the town of Mürren. You have to catch a cable car and a train to Mürren and the trail head. We caught our cable car in Lauterbrunnen, there was a parking garage, costing about 17 CHF, and the cable car was about 22 CHF each, round trip. Beautiful views, hope you catch it on a clear day!

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Darrell Meyer
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Hiked this trail for the second time 9/17. The trail condition below Grauseeli had deteriorated and is to be hiked down with much caution. Alternate descent from Schilthorn is suggested via Rote Hard and Rotstockhutte to Murren.

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Tiffany Zheng
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Absolutely stunning! We visited in late August. The trail is gravel and was moderately to lightly trafficked with more people between First and Bachalpsee. Has a couple of steep but short switchbacks and a 360° view throughout the trail. Cows are commonly seen along the trail and we saw some sheep climbing up to Faulhorn (definitely worth the 15 min). View was periodically obscured by clouds but they made for pretty cool photo backdrops. Several glaciers, peaks, wildflowers, and wildlife were visible throughout the hike. We took the bus down from Waldspitz (24 CHF per person) although the walk is likely doable as well. I highly recommend.

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Christopher Lee
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Did most of this from Murren as I wanted to take in the sunrise (and the cable car wasn't operating yet) and it was incredible. I definitely recommend getting up to Birg for the sunrise, but just know that if you're hiking from Murren it's a legitimate hike.

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Chris Wagner
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Stunning scenery beyond description. We hiked this last summer and are going back in 2 months.

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Pat Ribotto
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We did this loop in July of 2014. Can't begin to describe the view you have from this trail. The Swiss Alps are something. You have an ever changing view of the Eiger, the Monch, and the Jungfrau the whole way. The waterfalls cascading down the other side of the valley are too many to count. We began this hike from the town of Murren where we took the Funicular cable cars up to the top of Allmendhubel. From there we started hiking up the trail with the hopes of making it to the top of the Schilthorn. The trail is super steep right off the bat but mellows out some when you get close to the Schilthornhutte. Then from there you have a fairly gradual climb to where the trail is just below the Birg Tram station. This is where our hopes for the top ended. The trail was still snowbound, and they weren't even letting people hike down if they had taken the tram up. So we re-grouped and took another way back to Murren via the small lake that was below us. Once down at the lake, we crossed the outflow stream and then the descent from there was ridiculously steep. And it seemed to never end. We were glad to be back on semi level ground once we got off that pitch. We passed by what looked to be a spot where one could get a cold drink and maybe some eats. From there it was a steady downhill and then a slight climb back to where we started at Allmendhubel. We rode the cable car down to Murren to end our incredible sunny Swiss day. I would go back to Murren tomorrow if I could. It is a town with no vehicles. All walking. It sits on a 3000' cliff above the valley. It's something to see. This review barely scratches the surface of the beauty to be seen here.

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Jacky Jacky
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Emmanuel Rambach
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Gino Engels
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Wouter Klein Hesselink
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Michael Klein
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