The great thing about this attraction is that you can watch live film footage of what the weather is like at the peak without having to buy a ticket first! If you have a Swiss Travel Pass, your ticket is half price. The trains are very regular, about every 20 minutes. They stop en route to the summit, so you may alight at any station, then get back on when you feel like it. Of course the summit is the main attraction with it's 360 degree views. There are also the almost obligatory tourist St Bernard dogs for a photo opportunity, but if you don't want your picture taken with them, the guys in charge of them are ok about you taking your own pictures of the dogs anyway. There is also a shop (with toilet facilities) which sells alcohol and coffee for drinking on premises. Plus a huge restaurant, which was full, so we didn't bother with that. Another shop with expensive clothes, and a chapel.