Your choice: 27 Results

Berghotel Engstligenalp, 1964m

Large sun-terrace, children’s playroom, children’s playground, billiard table, darts, table soccer. Wheelchair accessible. more

Chillon

Ammertenspitz: High Alpine climbing fun

High Alpine climbing fun at Ammertenspitz above Adelboden: From the open Hahnenmoos Pass to the precipitous Ammertenspitz and through the rock... more

Ammertenspitz: High Alpine climbing fun
Engstligen Falls / Engstligenalp

Engstligen Falls / Engstligenalp

The Engstligen Falls are among Switzerland’s highest waterfalls. Since 1948 the cantonal nature conservancy has protected them. more

Berghotel Engstligenalp, 1964m

Large sun-terrace, children’s playroom, children’s playground, billiard table, darts, table soccer. Wheelchair accessible.

Ammertenspitz: High Alpine climbing fun

High Alpine climbing fun at Ammertenspitz above Adelboden: From the open Hahnenmoos Pass to the precipitous Ammertenspitz and through the rock faces down to the wide plateau of the Engstligenalp - this is a breathtaking tour near the clouds for those who aren't afraid of heights.

From the open Hahnenmoos Pass to the precipitous Ammertenspitz and through the rock faces down to the wide plateau of the Engstligenalp - this is a breathtaking tour near the clouds for those who aren't afraid of heights.

Engstligen Falls / Engstligenalp

The Engstligen Falls are among Switzerland’s highest waterfalls. Since 1948 the cantonal nature conservancy has protected them.

A natural spectacle in a class of their own are the 600m long Engstligen waterfalls. Under preservation since 1948, these are the second longest falls in Switzerland.