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Bernese Oberland
This picturesque region in the heart of Switzerland captivates visitors with its breathtaking mountain landscapes, deep blue lakes, and charming mountain villages.

This magical area, stretching across the canton of Bern, is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers alike.

Destinations Bernese Oberland

The Bernese Oberland, an enchanting holiday region with majestic peaks such as the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau, offers ideal sports and leisure opportunities. Grindelwald, known as the gateway to the Jungfrau region, delights in winter with top-notch skiing options and in summer with numerous hiking trails. Grindelwald boasts over 160 kilometers of ski slopes and spectacular descents, including the famous Lauberhorn downhill run. In summer, there are 300 kilometers of hiking trails available, including the breathtaking high-altitude hike from Grindelwald-First to the Faulhorn Mountain Hotel.

Interlaken, nestled between the picturesque Thun and Brienz lakes, is an excellent starting point for exploring the Jungfrau region. The place impresses with its natural beauty and is a popular travel destination. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe praised the beauty of Interlaken and the "Golden Pass" panoramic train route. In the western Bernese Oberland lies Gstaad, synonymous with prestige, international renown, and alpine charm. This car-free region combines elegance, discreet luxury, and tranquility, annually attracting famous personalities from various fields. Here, you can expect fine dining and numerous activities, including 280 kilometers of cycling paths and 200 kilometers of winter hiking trails, as well as attractions such as the GoldenPass Panoramic, Lauenensee, Wispile, and Glacier 3000. The Bernese Oberland offers a wealth of experiences for both nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.