Hölloch - Cave tour

Hölloch - Cave tour

Switzerland doesn't get more diverse than in the Muotathal - explore the Hölloch caves, then hike through the natural forest.more

Guided tour in the Brünig Rock

Guided tour in the Brünig Rock

About 120'000 m3 extracted rock turned our fascilities to a fascinating place in the underground. Discover our the tunnels and underground caverns.more

Visit the power plant „Electricity Production”

Visit the power...

In the winter the Grimsel world is steeped in tranquility and solitude....more

St. Beatus Caves - Dragons and a Saint

St. Beatus Caves...

Up until 1,900 years ago a terrifying dragon is said to have been up to...more

Hölloch - Cave tour

Switzerland doesn't get more diverse than in the Muotathal - explore the Hölloch caves, then hike through the natural forest.

Switzerland doesn't get more diverse than in the Muotatal - explore the Hölloch caves, then hike through the natural forest.

Guided tour in the Brünig Rock

About 120'000 m3 extracted rock turned our fascilities to a fascinating place in the underground. Discover our the tunnels and underground caverns.

About 120'000 m3 extracted rock turned our fascilities to a fascinating place in the underground. Discover our the tunnels and underground caverns.

Visit the power plant „Electricity Production”

In the winter the Grimsel world is steeped in tranquility and solitude. But deep in the mountain, life continues to pulsate. Here the turbines of the power plant of Oberhasli run at full blast throughout the year.

Creating electricity from water is wonderful technology: hidden in the mountains, built for generations and absolutely safe. A pleasure for visitors to experience.

St. Beatus Caves - Dragons and a Saint

Up until 1,900 years ago a terrifying dragon is said to have been up to mischief in a large cave at Lake Thun. Only the wandering Irish monk Beatus succeeded in driving away the dragon. Today the marvelous grotto world can be entered without risk.

Up until 1,900 years ago a terrifying dragon is said to have been up to mischief in a large cave at Lake Thun. Only the wandering Irish monk Beatus succeeded in driving away the dragon. Today the marvelous grotto world can be entered without risk.