Whether it be extending one’s horizons in the Valley Museum, speeding through the countryside on the mountain bike, or experiencing the shooting location of a James Bond film at the Restaurant Piz Gloria on the Schilthorn: Stechelberg offers the right entertainment for every taste. From the helicopter, guests are treated to a very special view. High above Stechelberg they almost come within touching distance of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Boredom is never in season in Stechelberg. In winter, the two big ski areas Mürren–Schilthorn and Kleine Scheidegg–Männlichen are easy to reach. Activities like sledding and curling, and Lauterbrunnen’s natural ice rink will melt the heart of every lover of winter sports. When temperatures rise, the UNESCO themed trails invite one to go on informative hikes. At least as exciting as this is visiting the conservation area or scaling the surrounding mountains.
400 metres of galleries. 5 tunnels. 30 metres of bridges. 32 spotlights: the Trümmelbach Falls are a perfectly presented natural spectacle. Even in the valley of 72 waterfalls, they stand out with their masses of water. Visitors make themselves comfortable in the glazed lift and experience the ten falls in the interior of the mountain. The impressive acoustics and the sight of the Trümmelbach Falls have acted as inspiration for numerous artists.