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If you want to go up on a mountain and not spend to much. We can recomend Niederhorn. It's close and easy to acsess with public transport.
Take the gondola or hike up, it will be rewarded with wildlife further along the ridge, one of the best views you can get with such easy access, and lots of activities!
The Niederhorn you can reach by car/bus and then taking a gondola. Up on the mountain there are great views of the lake and the surrounding mountains. You may spot ibex and marmots. If you feel adventurous you can rent a little scooter to go downhills.
Niederhorn – prime seat in front of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau High above Lake Thun sits the holiday resort of Beatenberg and its local mountain, the Niederhorn. Start your trip with a visit to the summit with views onto the Justistal on one side and the panorama of the alps on the other side. Meet…
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“Paraglide above the Swiss Alps, strapped in safely in tandem with an expert instructor, on this beginners-friendly adventure from Interlaken. Get an orientation with a small group of 10 people, and then take off for views of Jungfrau. Plus, included round-trip transportation means you won’t need to worry about car rentals or navigation. Fly like the eagle and experience a new dimension. Float away into a amazing new world where a natural high waits for you. Experience the mountains and valleys from a birdlike perspective and enjoy the landscape of the unique, beautiful Jungfrau Region all before you touch down softly on the landing field.”
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“Wonderful walk to the Thun Castle on the Schlossberg. Go inside the Castle, up to the Towers and enjoy the stunning view over the Lake and to the Swiss Mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. ”
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“Very good and nearby! You cake a breakfast or to buy bread, cheese, milk etc. ”
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“famous for it's high-sidewalk in this street are plenty of boutiques for different things”
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“The castle is dated from 1200 and has had several different ownerships. The museum is showing the history of his past inhabitants. The exhibition gives you a good idea of how the Bernese upper class life style must have been sometimes inbetweeek the 16th and the 19th century. There is a really nice park attached to it. It is perfect for walking and lake watching. There are a few really big and old trees and the park is well maintained. (The castle closes for the winter season, closed on mondays as well)”
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