Mountain idyll, skiing pleasure and thrill - all this can be experienced by holidaymakers in the Swiss Bern-Bernese Oberland region. In addition to the Bernese Alps, the Oberland lakes, which are covered with a glittering ice cover in winter, also score points. What else do you need to know? We tell you.
Glorious 4000s, snow-covered pastures, idyllic huts and ice-covered lakes: If Switzerland looks like a fairytale book somewhere, then in the Bern-Bernese Oberland region. These are the higher parts of the canton of Bern in the south of Switzerland, which are referred to as the Bern-Bernese Oberland. In addition to the Bernese Alps, this region also includes the Oberland lakes - Lake Thun and Lake Brienz.$config[ads_text] not found
The ski slopes enjoy celebrity status
Behind the Bern-Bernese Oberland hides one of the most diverse regions of Switzerland - especially for fans of winter sports. Visitors can not only admire world-class ski races here, but also down on professionally groomed slopes. The varied mountain landscapes with numerous glaciers offer many well-known descents. The snow covered slopes are surrounded by imposing mountain peaks. Here, for example, is the prominent Lauberhorn downhill, which can drive even experienced skiers sweat pearls on the forehead. The track length: 4480 meters.
But also less experienced in the Bern-Bernese Oberland their joy. The mountains are also suitable for carvers, telemarkers, snowboarders and skicross fans. The ski resort Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen is located directly at the foot of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Those who prefer something more leisurely can enjoy the Alpine landscape on over 350 cross-country ski trails.
The Adelboden ski resort in the Bern-Bernese Oberland also has a lot to offer.
Fairytale winter hike
The more than 800 lakes in the region are a real eye-catcher even in winter. At this time, they are covered with a thick layer of ice, on which the glittering snow rests. This impressive winter spectacle, for example, allows holidaymakers to enjoy a quiet walk during a winter hike. The Bern-Bernese Oberland region offers over 200 kilometers of winter hiking trails and snowshoe trails, for example in Reichenbachtal.
Adrenaline demand: Peak Walk
More thrill pleasing? Then pay a visit to the Peak Walk on Glacier 3000. The suspension bridge connects two mountain peaks and offers an extraordinary panoramic view. One of the highlights is certainly a climbing trip into the ice world, more precisely, up to the Jungfraujoch. At 2061 meters, below the rock massif of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, the Jungfrau Railway starts. The cog railway stops at 2865 meters on the "Eigerwand", at 3160 meters at the station "Eismeer" or at 3454 meters at the highest railway station in Europe, the "Top of Europe". On the Jungfraujoch, there is an observation deck and ice palace, as well as a spectacular view of the fairytale snowy landscape in the area.