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We walked from Lauterbrunnen to the next town, passing the waterfalls and cows in the valley. It was perfect weather with clear skies, making the view unbelievable. The path is flat and easy to walk on, but it is long to the next town. There...More
We still love Lauterbrunnen - it is not overdeveloped and retains that quaint Swiss village charm! There are so many options of hikes, good restaurants, hotels and little shops along Main Street. Walk to the waterfalls, visit the quaint cemetery and the little church.
Lauterbrunnen is one of the most beautiful places I’ve been in my life. This waterfalls are out of this world. Perfect combination of majestic water wonders, the towering steep rock walls and the Alps’ magical charm.
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from Murren you have 2 cable options. you can take the train from town center to Gutschalp to Lauterbrunnen walk through the town to Staubbach Falls (free) and can climb up to falls via path. and then you can either walk... More
from Murren you have 2 cable options. you can take the train from town center to Gutschalp to Lauterbrunnen walk through the town to Staubbach Falls (free) and can climb up to falls via path. and then you can either walk to Trummelbach falls along valley floor or take bus from Lauterbrunnen to Trummelbach falls. cost 14 chf to go up elevator and walk up to falls which cascade down through the mountain- well worth the price.
or you can walk through Murren and take the cable car down to Gimmelwald (walking this route is fairly easy and very pretty) then continuing down to Stechelberg and get a bus to Trummelbach Falls then bus to Lauterbrunnen back to Murren. while in Murren you might want to take the funicular up to Allmendubel (beautiful alpine garden and nice restaurants) check out my swiss alps site for great information
Hi Jessica! I don't have any advice for a company that offers guided hikes, but when I went to Lauterbrunnen we just hiked on our own. If you're arriving in the valley by the train then you can pretty easily do a walk... More
Hi Jessica! I don't have any advice for a company that offers guided hikes, but when I went to Lauterbrunnen we just hiked on our own. If you're arriving in the valley by the train then you can pretty easily do a walk through the valley to the Trümmelbach waterfalls by following signs on the road (there's also a bus that goes from the entrance of the falls to the train station so you can follow where you see the bus going to find your way). On the way to Trümmelbach you'll also be able to see the path that leads to the Staubbach waterfall, which is the one you can climb behind. I'd say this walk roundtrip is around 3 miles, but it's flat on the valley floor. There are several lifts in the valley that can take you up to other towns that you could then hike down from. Right by the train station there is a lift to Grutschalp which then connects to Murren, farther into the valley there is a cable car that goes up to Gimmelwald and then connects to Murren that way, and there's also a cable car up to Wengen. My personal favorite hike we did was to take the cable cars up to Murren and then hike up there, there's several different trails mapped out in Murren depending on how long you want to hike. Hopefully this helps a little and isn't too much of an information overload!
We were there last month, had perfect weather.
We road 27 trains, and I belive most were disabled friendly. Most have space by the doors where a wheelchair can ride safe. All trains were on time to the minute