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Cost was reasonable at 9 fr and parking was easy and plentiful the day we went. We went around 10:00 am on a rainy weekday. The walk also was not very crowded at that time and we felt a few times that we had the...More
We had not been aware of this, but our tour director/guide led us to it. A great and wonderful surprise. Well maintained walkways skirt the edges of the walls and give great views both looking back and ahead. Good signage all along the walk. A...More
5 minute journey by blue MIB train from Meiringen to Aareschluct West. Walk across bridge and down road to the entrance. Entrance free with tourist card. Entrance cafeteria at West is extensive.
I would advise walking from the West to the East. Walkway and tunnels...More
we stopped here on our way back and it was perfect to stretch our legs! for 9 CHF pp you enter and can walk the 1.4km path along the water, which has a beautifull colour. We started in the East and went to the West,...More
I appreciate the area is famous for many things, but this gem was highlighted on our Inghams guide's list of places to visit - somewhere I had never heard of, let
alone visited. We benefitted from stunning weather, but the walk itself was just wonderful....More
Well worth the visit! Impressive! We visited early in the morning on a weekday, it was not crowded at all. Our visit started on the Meiringen side, which I think is the easiest way to go. Some low ceilings in parts of the tunnel, so...More
...with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. Our visit was on a warm, sunny day, so it was crowded. Took ~ 45 minutes to work our way thru.
We took the train(s) from Interlaken to Aareschlucht Ost MIB, then walked back to the west...More
We went on a Saturday, late morning: probably not ideal. It had rained hard in the early part of the dayx which had probably lessened the crowds. The start from the East end begins with a long flight of easy steps folloed by an equally...More
We had a day of rain and decided to come here. You still get wet so you still need that raincoat, but there are periods of cover.
We did it with a bunch of kids who all managed it fine. The first half (coming from...More
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