CABLEWAYS & TRAINS
At 2970 meters above sea level, the Schilthorn is the highest peak in the Pre-Alps. The valley station of the Schilthornbahn AG is located in Lauterbrunnen.
It’s been chugging away since 1892: the Brienz Rothorn Railway puffs past Alpine meadows, streams, rocks and through sparse forests above the tree line to the Brienzer Rothorn at 2351 metres above sea level.
The Chocolate train runs between Montreux and the Cailler-Nestlé chocolate factory at Broc and is a real “must” – not only for the true “sweet tooth” but also for railway enthusiasts.
If Interlaken had a king, he would reside on the Harder Kulm. From the viewing platform at 1,322 metres above sea level he would graciously look down upon Lake Brienz and Lake Thun.
Icy air sweeps over your face, snow crunches underfoot, and the panorama almost takes your breath away: on one side the view of the Swiss Mittelland.
"The Swiss Pyramid".. This is what this beautiful mountain near Interlaken is often called. You can visit it easily with a mountain railroad.
Lake Oeschinen is a Unesco World Heritage Site and considered by many to be the most beautiful mountain lake in the Alps.
Mount Pilatus – «2,132 opportunities» above sea level: hiking, climbing, cycling, concerts, dining, stories... all waiting to be discovered by guests from Switzerland and abroad – and by you.
When hiking on the Schynige Platte you don't get very far. Every few steps you stop to admire the stars, umbels and bells that bloom on the meadows.
The Stockhorn is a 2190 m high mountain in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland. The Stockhorn is the highest peak in the Stockhorn range.
Engelberg-Titlis is simply the ultimate place for unique mountain experiences, for that perfect moment of happiness that feels big and fascinates you like no other.