Lombachalp Information Centre

Lombachalp Information Centre

The Lombachalp area is a popular place for hikes and excursions in fascinating scenery. At the "Lägerstutz" stop (Roteschwand, 1559 m) there is a little information stand, and in summer even a ranger who will give you any information you need....more

Theme Trails in UNESCO World Heritage Region

Theme Trails in UNESCO World Heritage...

The upper Lauterbrunnen valley is known both for its waterfalls and its rich natural and cultural heritage. Its many treasures are now easily accessible thanks to a new theme trail which comes with info tables, sign posts, one hotspot, flyers and...more

Valley of the 72 waterfalls: Lauterbrunnen-Stechelberg

Valley of the 72...

Lauterbrunnen means "many fountains". Throughout the entire valley, a...more

Where water really falls - Lauterbrunnen Valley

Where water...

At the head of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, take the UNESCO Trail...more

Lombachalp Information Centre

The Lombachalp area is a popular place for hikes and excursions in fascinating scenery. At the "Lägerstutz" stop (Roteschwand, 1559 m) there is a little information stand, and in summer even a ranger who will give you any information you need. This is an ideal starting point for going exploring, nearby or farther away, or even climbing the Augstmatthorn (2137 m).

Lombachalp Information Centre
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Theme Trails in UNESCO World Heritage Region

The upper Lauterbrunnen valley is known both for its waterfalls and its rich natural and cultural heritage. Its many treasures are now easily accessible thanks to a new theme trail which comes with info tables, sign posts, one hotspot, flyers and guided hikes.

The upper Lauterbrunnen valley is known both for its waterfalls and its rich natural and cultural heritage. Its many treasures are now easily accessible thanks to themes trail which come with info tables, sign posts, one hotspot, flyers and guided hikes.

Theme Trails in UNESCO World Heritage Region
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Valley of the 72 waterfalls: Lauterbrunnen-Stechelberg

Lauterbrunnen means "many fountains". Throughout the entire valley, a total of 72 waterfalls cascade from the mountains.

Lauterbrunnen with its most famous landmark, the impressive Staubbach Falls, is the gateway to one of the most spectacular valleys in Switzerland. A total of 72 waterfalls gush down into the Lauterbrunnen valley from the vertical cliff faces, some of which are several hundred metres high.

Valley of the 72 waterfalls: Lauterbrunnen-Stechelberg
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Where water really falls - Lauterbrunnen Valley

At the head of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, take the UNESCO Trail past impressive waterfalls and enjoy the isolation - nature still has all the space in the world up here.

At the head of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, take the UNESCO Trail past impressive waterfalls and enjoy the isolation - nature still has all the space in the world up here.

Where water really falls - Lauterbrunnen Valley
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