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We took a cable car at the base of Lauterbrunnen up to maennlichen where we hit the trail and hiked to Kleine Scheidegg bear the Eiger glacier! It was not only a beautiful hike but, positively an awe inspiring exsperience! We did quite a bit...More
I loved being here; I visited twice during my four days in the area.
I arrived by riding the roof of the cable car- you have to pay an extra Buc (CHF5) to do it but it is so worth it. I passed through dry,...More
We have been up to Maennlichen several times. It is accessible via Cable car from Grindelwald or Wengen. Stunning views of the valleys on both sides. We actually took a helicopter flight and the departure area was from this area. Perfect day, not a cloud...More
There is a restaurant and more important great place for kids. Therefore if you have kids, make sure you add another hour for your trip. Well design play-area even for younger teens. Better than being on a smart phone. There is a terrace for parents...More
We wanted to do the Eger trail but our hotel owner recommended us to do the Maennlichen to KS trail first as Eger trail ia only done after 12 PM as you get the sun in the afternoon.
We took a cable from Grindelwald to...More
Take the cable car from Wengen to Maennlichen. Start a walk from Maennlichen to Kleine Scheidegg enjoying beautiful views of the snow mountains all the way.
Can do this within about 3 hours. Highly recommended !
Response from AlexanderS6198 | Reviewed this property |
You can get it from the main Swiss railways, SBB. You can buy it online or at most train stations in Switzerland. But the card, which a lot of Swiss people have (called Halbtax) and which gives you half off on basically all... More
You can get it from the main Swiss railways, SBB. You can buy it online or at most train stations in Switzerland. But the card, which a lot of Swiss people have (called Halbtax) and which gives you half off on basically all trains, busses and also some cable cars, ships etc. doesn‘t make much sense for tourists because as far as I know you can’t just buy it for a year.
To see what they offer for tourists search for ‘international guests’ on sbb.ch Unfortunately I can’t post you the link directly.
My wife & I are intending to go Interlaken next winter and would like to ask if all the walking trails are closed? Are there only skiing & winter sports available? We intend to do the following: Trümmelbach Falls, Lauterbrunnen Valley Waterfalls First Cliff by Tissot (Grindelwald) Royal Walk (Grindelwald) The Wetterhorn (Grindelwald) Schynige Platte Maennlichen Romantikweg (Grindelwald) Giessbach Falls Piz Gloria Aare Gorge The Eiger Trail Thrill Walk Felsensteg Birg (Murren) ...More
December 17, 2017|
You've already asked this question before and I replied that much of what you plan is for a summer trip. I linked you a map that shows the winter trails. Things haven't changed and Trummelbach falls are still closed, as are most of the trails. Schilthorn and First are open. There is a wealth of information on the Jungfau web site.
Cable car and cog wheel cars Open in May? (2 Replies)
Hi, We will be in Schweiz May 27 - May 31. It sounds like the Maennlichen cable car starts on May 31 which may not give us much time. Does anyone know when others start this year? Just trying to make sure we can go up to the peaks when we are there. thanks.
March 21, 2008|
All the railway lines up to Jungfraujoch will be open as should the Cable Cars up the other side of the valley to Murren and the Schilthorn. The opening of others will depend on the weather and the end of the skiing season, normaly between seasons the cable cars get an overhaul or 'revision.'
Max Riders in Gondolas?? (3 Replies)
Hi! This is our family's first visit to Switzerland...I was just reading that the Grindelwald Maennlichen gondola cableway seats only 4 people? Can someone confirm this? Are there other lifts that only fit a small number of people <6 ? I only ask because we have 4 small kids (aged 7-10) so we have 6 people if all riding together. It's no big deal if we need to split up but didn't expect to need to and would like to be prepared ahead of time so each parent can have a camera etc. ...More
August 12, 2013|
I'm not sure how many the Mannlichen gondola carries, but yes I am pretty sure it is four people. I would suggest that you split your party so that you have an adult and two children in each cabin, three is acceptable and no one would argue with that. i have traveled up on my own in a cabin and that is acceptable.