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From the town of Beatenberg, a short bus ride from Interlaken, you can reach one of the most spectacular viewpoints in the Bernese Oberland (which has plenty of them to offer). A cable car takes you up to a halfway station, where a funicular continues up the Niederhorn to a restaurant and view…
Funicular (mountain railway) and cable car to the top of the mountain on the far side of the lake. Open all year, although closed for a short time in off-season periods. Take the ship from Faulensee to Beatenbucht, or drive via Interlaken to the cable car station at Beatenberg.
Great ski area, just 13 km from SwissHut, many choices of runs and incredible views.
Einmalige Aussicht! Mit etwas Glück kann man morgens die Steinböcke beim Grasen beobachten.
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“Ein schönes Ausflugsziel das auch Einheimische schätzen. Wer es sportlich mag, kann vom Chalet via Wanderweg zu den Beatushöhlen☀️. Das Postauto ist mit der Gästekarte gratis im Raum Beatenberg / Interlaken benutzbar. ”
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“Fine Restaurant in a stunning Park at the Lake. In Summertime there are blooming, colourful Roses all over and the Look to the Mountains over the Lake is unique!”
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“The views over Interlaken and both lakes from the Harder are spectacular. Beyond the bridge over the Aare River, next to the Harder Alpine Wildlife Park, the Harder-Kulm funicular climbs at a 64-degree gradient up the Harder to an altitude of 1,322 meters. From the Art Nouveau-style Panorama Restaurant at its top are magnificent views of the Jungfrau area, Interlaken, and the lakes. You can return along forest paths via the Hardermannli lookout pavilion at 1,116 meters and the Hohbühl pavilion, where there is a memorial to the composers Mendelssohn, Wagner, and Weber. Stop at the Harder Alpine Wildlife Park to see marmots and ibexes. The latter, once a common denizen of the Alps, had become extinct in Switzerland by the early 1900s. This park was created to re-introduce the ibex, and the breeding was so successful that within a few years they were able to begin reintroducing these beautiful creatures into the wild.”
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