Hasliberg - Brünigpass
- start: Hasliberg Reuti (1082 m ü. M.)
- destination: Brünigpass (1008 m ü. M.)
- 9,97 km
- 3 hours
- 339 m
- 1286 m
- 981 m
- 60 / 100
- 40 / 100
The panorama trail from Hasliberg Reuti to the Brünig Pass more than lives up to its name with a panoramic view of the entire wide plain of the upper Aare Valley: from the Grimsel to the ridge of the Brienzer Rothorn. And the Aare River flows far down at the bottom of the valley which empties into Lake Brienz in the northwest. The winter hiking trail network on the Hasliberg is impressive: almost anything is possible from circular tours to combinations of hiking and sledging. The panorama trail from the Reuti station via Wasserwendi and Hohfluh to the Brünig Pass is, however, clearly the royal route. The trail gently rolls up and down along the slope in a northwesterly direction.
Hasliberg Reuti - Wasserwendi - Hohfluh - Brünig
- After a snowfall, the ground can be softer and more difficult to walk on.
- The sun’s rays are more intense in the mountains. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen with a high protection factor, a hat and sunglasses with UV protection.
- We recommend bringing warm clothing and rain gear even in summer and in good weather in winter. We recommend layering your clothing.
- Charged mobile phone
- First-aid kit
- Winter shoes with non-slip sole
- Drinks and snacks
- If available: hiking sticks
After a short walk from the Brünig Pass you reach the Hotel Wetterhorn, which offers a diverse cultural programme and culinary delights.
Car: There are different ways to reach the region by car. The fastest way from Basel and Geneva is via Berne. The fastest route from Zurich is through Lucerne and the Brünig Pass. The pass is open in summer and winter.
From the south, the route goes over the Grimsel or Susten Pass into the region. Both passes are only open in summer. Alternatively, you can take the Simplon Pass and then Lötschberg car transport.
The town of Meiringen has 835 public parking spaces in the village centre and at the valley station of the Bergbahnen Meiringen-Hasliberg. All parking spaces are regulated daily (Sundays too) by parking meters from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm. The exception is the Casino AEH (car park) which is operated around the clock.
Thanks to its central location in Europe, Switzerland is served by international trains from over 12 countries. Within Switzerland, Intercity trains run directly from Basel and Lucerne to the Jungfrau Region. Travellers from Zurich have to change in Berne. The trains run every half hour.
This tour is presented by: Jungfrau Region Tourismus AG