2 or 3-Day Guided Hiking in the Bernese Oberland

2 or 3-Day Guided Hiking in the Bernese Oberland

From $650.14 per group up to 2

Go on an invigorating hiking tour with guide Bruno Pfeuti. He will organize a top-class tour based on your wishes.

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Duration 2 days
Starting time 8:00 AM
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  • Book a mountain tour, custom-made to suit your experience and fitness level
  • Enjoy the nature and get fit while learning more about Switzerland and its people
  • Marvel at the panorama
  • Experience fantastic tours year-round
Full description
As a longtime member of the Swiss Alpine Club and a keen cyclist, Bruno Pfeuti knows the Swiss mountains and the most beautiful places to spend the night. Depending on the route, you will need to be sure-footed and should not have a fear of heights. The distance of the ascent and descent will be mutually agreed upon. Guests in good to excellent fitness levels will get their fill of hiking. Cross majestic mountain passes and traverse the ridges. Summit climbs are even possible. You will also often be able to spot animals. The most important hiking destinations in the region are the Arpelistock (3035 m), Augstmatthorn, Brienzer Rothorn, Faulhorn, Hohgant, Hohtürli, Lötschepass, Morgenberghorn, Sefinenfurke, Sigriswiler Rothorn and Wildgärst – beautiful names, for beautiful places. The most demanding tours are the day trips round the Wildstrubel, Wildhorn, or Muverans. From November to March, cross-country skiing tours in Kandersteg und Lötschental are possible. You can rent equipment (skis for classic diagonal stride skiing, shoes, and poles) on-site. The panorama route from Interlaken over the Große Scheidegg (1962 m) is particularly special for cyclists, with its views of the notorious north face of the Eiger and Wetterhorn (main picture), the alpine pass route via Lombachalp, the Jaunpass, or the fantastic traverse to the Wallis, over the Col du Pillon and Col de la Croix. After registration, a consultation will take place regarding options for extensions, grades of difficulty, meeting point and start time, overnight accommodations, deferral dates, or alternative programs in the event of precarious weather conditions. An equipment list (for cabin stays a sleeping bag liner is required), travel tips, and advice on maps round off the preparations. For a third day for one-two people, an additional charge of 240 CHF cash should be paid after the start of the tour.
  • Organizational costs and personal guide for 2 days
  • Half-board in mountain huts, or, if preferred, hotels
  • Lunch, other meals and drinks
  • Transport costs to and from Zürich
  • Luggage storage
  • The additional costs mentioned average about 120 CHF per guest per day
  • If needed, bike or cross country ski rental (max. 100 CHF)

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Meeting point

Meeting point: downstairs in Bern Hauptbahnhof (main station) - see the picture

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Important information

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  • When a 1-day tour takes place instead of a 2-day tour, 1/3 of the price paid will be refunded in cash. If the tour does not take place, 2/3 of the booking sum will be reimbursed, the rest is forfeited to cover the cost of the preparations.
  • Accident insurance is your own responsibility.
Customer reviews

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Great views hiking

Took a 2D1N hiking trip with my guide Bruno. He's very detailed and answered my questions on emails prior to the hike, hence I know I'll be in safe hands. 5 hrs hike up to Lötschenpass was excellent. Great scenery and you passed so many friendly Swiss hikers (lots of elderly groups that puts most people to shame). The hut at Lötschenpass is very clean and comfortable. The owners are very friendly and helpful (I was having fever and flu when I arrive, grateful to the lady owner who's very nice to me). The next day, 3 hrs hike down to Selden/Gastertal is relatively steep but easy. Those with knee issues and afraid of sharp drops may find this hard. I made a mistake of wearing my only sports shoes. The terrain hike is definitely not meant for sports shoes, please bring a good pair of hiking boots. Otherwise, I'd a wonderful time and glad my guide Bruno choose the scenic routes. Will certainly do more hikes when I'm next in Switzerland!

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October 6, 2011

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