On their way up the glorious Schilthorn, also known as the Piz Gloria, the cable cars of the Schilthorn cableway travel along 7,000 metres of cable and surmount an altitude difference of 2,103 metres in a journey comprising four stages: from Stechelberg to Gimmelwald, Mürren and Birg, before finally reaching the summit.
The descent from Mt. Männlichen to Wengen passing by Kleine Scheidegg offers some unparalleled views of the mountain triumvirate: Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The second part of the hike follows the downhill run of the Lauberhorn, one of the world's steepest downhill ski runs.
Located at 2,262 meters, high up in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, at the foot of the north-west ridge of the Grosshorn, in the midst of the UNESCO World Heritage Region "Swiss Alps Jungfrau–Aletsch".