Glacier Ravine - Pristine Beauty

The ravine of the lower Grindelwald Glacier is an impressive masterpiece created by Nature. The ravine, which was once upon a time covered by the glacier, can be hiked, thanks to rock balconies and tunnels. It also attracts climbers and canyon jumpers. more

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Hohgant Hut

The cozy, remote hut is located at 1,805 meters in the Hohgant-Seefeld nature reserve, on the border from Emmental to the Oberland, between... more

Hohgant Hut
The Lauberhorn Run

The Lauberhorn Run

None is longer, none is more famous: The Lauberhorn Race is the ultimate World Cup event. The Lauberhorn Race takes place every year in mid-January. more

Glacier Ravine - Pristine Beauty

The ravine of the lower Grindelwald Glacier is an impressive masterpiece created by Nature. The ravine, which was once upon a time covered by the glacier, can be hiked, thanks to rock balconies and tunnels. It also attracts climbers and canyon jumpers.

The ravine of the lower Grindelwald Glacier is an impressive masterpiece created by Nature. The ravine, which was once upon a time covered by the glacier, can be hiked, thanks to rock balconies and tunnels. It also attracts climbers and canyon jumpers.

Hohgant Hut

The cozy, remote hut is located at 1,805 meters in the Hohgant-Seefeld nature reserve, on the border from Emmental to the Oberland, between Kemmeriboden and Habkern. The charming wooden building can be reached on various routes taking between in 1 hour 30 minutes up to 4 hours. There are 24-30 dormitory beds. Reservations are mandatory. The hut does not have a warden, but beverages and a wood-burning stove are available. Poor mobile phone reception.

The cozy, remote hut is located at 1,805 meters in the Hohgant-Seefeld nature reserve, on the border from Emmental to the Oberland, between Kemmeriboden and Habkern.

The Lauberhorn Run

None is longer, none is more famous: The Lauberhorn Race is the ultimate World Cup event. The Lauberhorn Race takes place every year in mid-January.

Heroes triumph here, and sometimes they also fail: The Lauberhorn Run has been the scene of all kinds of fates and emotions. At 4.5 km, it is the longest and most demanding World Cup downhill course. However, it is also suitable for experienced amateurs.