WHAT DOES THE E-BOOK INCLUDE
The Berner Oberland is the area we head to for most of our trips. In the 8 years, we’ve lived in Switzerland, our friends tell us we know it better than they do 🙂 It’s no wonder we love it so much – the crystal clear lakes Thun and Brienz are surrounded by majestic peaks, interwoven with hundreds of kilometers of hiking trails, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the local 4,000ers Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau.
That’s why I’ve decided to take the best of my blog and put together a detailed eight-day itinerary for the popular Jungfraujoch region, which will be a useful tool for those of you who are here for the first time and literally “don’t know where to jump first”. The itinerary is designed to satisfy active hikers and those who like to sit aboard a historic steamer and be pampered with Swiss specialties. The itinerary includes a day-by-day itinerary, accommodation tips, and details of tourist attractions. There are also rainy-day options.
This itinerary will save you 8 – 16 hours of your precious time.
ABOUT BERNESE OBERLAND (JUNGFRAUJOCH REGION )
Breathtaking views, magnificent mountains, unspoiled nature, sparkling lakes, and genuine hospitality – the best of Switzerland! The Berner Oberland is one of the most diverse regions in Switzerland and is worth a visit every season.
Along with the Wallis Alps and the Mt. Blanc group, the Bernese Alps are one of the three most important and also most beautiful groups in the Western Alps. The picturesque landscape of the Berner Oberland, with the typical backdrop of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks, can be explored on skis, on foot (summer and winter), or romantically on mountain cog-railways and modern mountain cable cars.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The itinerary starts in Bern, the capital of Switzerland. It ends in the picturesque town of Thun on the shores of the lake of the same name.
Transfers are a maximum of 45 minutes.
Yes, but more so the older ones that don’t need to be in a stroller anymore and can walk a few miles over rough terrain (6+). The routes of some hikes (Schynige Platte – Grindelwald) are not suitable for a stroller, while others are (Lieselotteweg).