It was already known to travelogue authors at the beginning of the 19th century who praised the seemingly endless views from atop the peak of Mt. Faulhorn. This is not surprising: Here one sat in the "privileged aisles" and witnessed the overwhelmingly beautiful spectacle called Eiger, Mönch und Jungfrau and viewed half of Switzerland into the bargain.
Once, when the real Alps were considered too high to climb, the 1410-meter-high Napf, located between Mittelland, Entlebuch and Emmental, was the ultimate in height that natural scientists deemed acceptable.
Located at the foot of the Eiger north face, ideal for hikers, climbers and winter sports. 30 practical and economical 2 to 6-bed rooms, conference room and separate group house in part with wheelchair access. Free use of the wellness facilities in the partner Hotel Eiger – plus beer-garden lounge and free parking, along with free entrance to the Grindelwald Sport Centre, 2 free Green Fee cards for the Aspi golfing green. WLAN and billiard table available in the large lobby.