The bridge trail


The hiking network of the century is coming alive around Lake Thun. Gently embedded in the landscape and integrated into the existing 56-kilometer-long Panorama Trail Lake Thun, two suspension bridges open up totally new hiking perspectives.

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Technical information

Starting point:Sigriswil
Destination:Oberhofen am Thunersee
Getting to the starting point:Auto/Bus ab Gunten
Back from the destination:Auto/Bus zurück nach Thun oder Interlaken
Physical fitness:leicht
Difference in elevation:Aufstieg 50m, Abstieg 280m
Hiking time:1h40
Season:März bis November (ganzes Jahr bei wenig Schnee)
Note:   Das Queren der Gummischlucht-Hängebrücke kostet 8 Franken (Hotel- und Ferienwohnungsgäste sowie VCS-Mitglieder bezahlen die Hälfte – Ausweise mitnehmen).


With a width of 340 meters and a height of 180 meters above ground, the pedestrian suspension bridge over the Gummi Gorge is one of the many attractions of the Panorama Trail Lake Thun. It links the villages of Aeschlen and Sigriswil and has become the new path to get to school. The path leads through a marvelous landscape with a view of the breathtaking panorama of the Bernese Alps above the deep blue lake. Whether as hiker, jogger, Nordic Walker, alone, in a group or as a family – young and old can look forward to the Panorama Bridge Sigriswil as a wonderful experience. The pedestrian suspension bridge’s 1.20-meter width is also suitable for wheelchairs and baby strollers. Bridge toll: CHF 8.-

Tour Overview

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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