Children's Adventure Trail – Mürren
- start: Mürren, Allmendhubel
- destination: Mürren, cable car
- 2,48 km
- 1 hour 50 minutes
- 10 m
- 1909 m
- 1638 m
- 60 / 100
- 20 / 100
Games, fun and learning? This is all guaranteed on the Allmendhubel excursion mountain. Readily accessible by cable car and funicular, its slightly elevated location above the village of Mürren makes it a paradise for families and hikers alike. Having arrived at the top, head directly for the new FLOWER PARK adventure playground. Frolicking around like a marmot in a burrow, zipping down a rope from a huge flower and discovering a miniature alp – life on an alp, or mountain pasture, is a real adventure! While all that's happening, parents can relax on the Skyline Chill loungers, admire the mountain panorama and enjoy total tranquillity. You still haven't discovered enough? Let's push on then to the Children's Adventure Trail. Leading down from the Allmendhubel, the adventure trail passes along narrow paths, through pipes, along ropes and over shaky wooden posts on its way back to Mürren. But adventures like this in the fresh mountain air really build up an appetite! And what better way to satisfy this than with a treat from your backpack or a cervelat sausage barbecued over a fire at one of the barbecue areas along the trail.
Allmendhubel - Bluemental - Mürren
The themed trail runs for the most part on signposted paths of the hiking trail category.
Suitable for children from 6-12 years who like walking. Not suitable for pushchairs. There is no shortage of restaurants in Mürren, on the Allmendhubel and en route. There are several picnic areas with campfire sites along the trail.
Via Lauterbrunnen to the Stechelberg bottom station.
Car parking spaces at the bottom station in Stechelberg.
Travel with the Bernese Oberland Railway (BOB) to Lauterbrunnen, and then by PostBus to Stechelberg. Take the cable car to Mürren and then the funicular to the Allmendhubel.
Swisstopo Wanderkarte 264T Jungfrau 1:50'000
- Hiking Trail (97%)
- Street (3%)
This tour is presented by: Berner Wanderwege, Author: Markus Schluep