Ramslauenen – Kiental valley tip

The Kiental valley is an insider tip in the Bernese Oberland – as well as home to the steepest Postbus road, which leads to Griesalp. But a trip to Ramlauenen with the chairlift adds to scenic adventure too.

Funicular Treib-Seelisberg

The funicular takes guests from the Treib landing stage in 8 minutes to the Seelisberg plateau, a popular vantage point. The mountain station is located on the “Swiss Path” leading to Rütli or Bauen. A variety of sights can be reached from the station in no time at all. The Treib–Seelisberg train connects with the PostBus to Beckenried/Stans.

The funicular takes guests from the Treib landing stage in 8 minutes to the Seelisberg plateau, a popular vantage point. The mountain station is located on the “Swiss Path” leading to Rütli or Bauen. A variety of sights can be reached from the station in no time at all. The Treib–Seelisberg train connects with the PostBus to Beckenried/Stans.

Pas de Maimbré – sweeping views

Ayent-Anzère is famous for its historic water channels (Bisses) - but between the Wildhorn and Rhone Valley many attractive highland hikes beyond the forest border await you too.

Giessbach – to the waterfall and hotel

Although the funicular train has experienced many technical innovations and modernizations, it still radiates as much nostalgia and romance as 127 years ago.

Although the railway has been subject to certain technical renewal, today it radiates the same nostalgic charm and romantic as it did way back in the year 1879.