This is not for the faint-hearted: Thrill-seekers are in for a treat on the Glacier 3000. At 2971 m above sea level, the Peak Walk by Tissot will raise your heartbeat.
Almost like in Egypt: The Niesen at Lake Thun is shaped like a pyramid. It is a 30-minute ride by funicular from the valley station in Mülenen to the summit.
The Jungfraujoch is a synonym for records: guests arrive at the highest-altitude railway station in Europe and come face to face with the Aletsch glacier which is unrivalled throughout Europe.
Until 1967, the Schilthorn was treated as an insider tip among alpinists and mountaineers. Thanks to the Schilthorn cable car it is now also accessible to the broader public.
If you always wanted to soar into the sky, you should head to the First. Various activities allow visitors to achieve the feeling of gliding through the air like a bird.
The Royal Walk leads from the mountain station to the summit of Männlichen – to the viewing platform in the shape of a crown. The panorama of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau triumvirate is simply... royal.
High above the Haslital, at 2250 m above sea level, stands the majestic Alpen tower. The 360-degree panoramic view is unique. In good weather, you can see over 400 mountain peaks from here.
The Stockhorn invites you to climb, hike or be amazed. Every hour, up to 330 persons arrive at 2,190 m on the mountain via the Stockhorn cableway.
Bern’s inhabitants are proud of their local mountain. 858 m high, the Gurten is easily accessible and offers activities for all ages all year round.
Interlaken’s local mountain is located at 1,322 m. The short journey to the Harder Kulm only takes 10 minutes – which leaves more time to enjoy the views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Alpine orienteering, wildlife watching, rapid descents by Trottibike (half bike/half scooter), tobogganing or excellent cuisine: the Niederhorn offers a variety of adventures.
It takes around one hour from Wilderswil to the Schynige Platte with the historic Schynige Platte railway. Once on top, you simply can’t get enough of the wonderful views.
The Brienzer Rothorn holds a record, without a doubt! Visitors not only get to admire views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, but also of up to 690 other mountain peaks.
Saint-Imier, Schüss, Lake Biel and Val-de-Ruz: the Chasseral is not only the highest point in the Grand Chasseral region, it is also located within a diverse region.