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Trans Swiss Trail Emmental

The "Trans Swiss Trail" is the first long distance hiking trail fully developed for tourism which traverses Switzerland from North to South.

The "Trans Swiss Trail" is the first long distance hiking trail fully developed for tourism which traverses Switzerland from North to South. The section through the Emmental valley does not lead across high mountains, but through a landscape with gently rolling hills, magnificent farms and flower-bedecked meadows. Overnight stays and breakfast, luggage transport and hiking maps are included in the package.

Berghaus Erika- Emmental

Erika’s enchanting mountain-hut style establishment is discovered on the Geisshaldenalp am Rämisgummen. At 1220-meter altitude, it lies along a path bordering the basin, thus presenting an ideal place to walk, hike or bike. Cosy small dining room and lounge, most attractive garden terrace and a small children’s playground entice you to spend time here. The mountain style restaurant is suitable for groups – and overnight stays possible in 2 multi-bed rooms for as many as 18 and a dormitory with space for 13 people.

Emmentaler AOP

The king of Swiss cheese. This celebrated cheese takes its name from the valley (“Tal”) of the river Emme in the canton of Bern, where production of the cheese can be traced back to the 13th century.

The king of Swiss cheese

This celebrated cheese takes its name from the valley (“Tal”) of the river Emme in the canton of Bern, where production of the cheese can be traced back to the 13th century. Emmentaler AOP is made from fresh untreated milk from cows fed on grass and hay but not silage. It takes about 12 litres of milk to make one kilo of cheese. The use of any additives is prohibited, as is the use of genetically modified ingredients.