Hiking with kids: Bantiger

For those of you who think we that we set off for our trips just to the towns and castles, it isn´t always so. In this post, I bring you a short brief on our hike to the transmitting tower of Bantiger, which is located near Bern.

How to get there

We left the car in the car park below the village Bantigen and we started off the tourist trail. First, we went through the village, then a pleasant walk along the meadows and woods.

After a rather steep path through the woods to the top, a decent portion of stairs has waited ahead of us (that implies the trail is not suitable for strollers). First of wood, then stone, and then again wood. And on the transmitter itself, of metal again. We’d rather didn´t count how many there were.

On the top

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a reward for this effort, we had a magnificent view of the Alps, whose snowy peaks shone from afar.

For the way back we chose a slightly different trail. Immediately few tens of meters below the transmitter in the woods we discovered a nice fireplace, so if we go here next time, we surely don´t forget all picnic essentials.
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