History and culture trail
- start: Cattle showground Anger, Zwischenflüh
- destination: Cattle showground Anger, Zwischenflüh
- 0,90 km
- 30 minutes
- 90 m
- 1253 m
- 1081 m
- 20 / 100
- 10 / 100
At eight posts you can read interesting facts about the following topics (descriptions in German only):
- Alpine farming
- Cattle, horse and goat breeding
- Trade and industry
- Art and culture
- Timber construction
- Important buildings
- Life forms
You will learn how, around 10,000 years ago, prehistoric people in search of food penetrated the still glaciated Diemtigtal and found shelter under the Eyeriedschopf in Zwischenflüh. Excavations of stone and bone implements attest to the human presence in the Diemtigtal in the Middle Stone Age – an important hook for the Diemtigtal History and Culture Trail.
There is a large covered barbecue area at the starting point. Reserve it as a group at the Diemtigtal Nature Park office.
Follow the history and culture trail from the Anger cattle showground along the edge of the forest up towards Eyeried. Up to here the trail leads along an asphalt road. Turn left to Eyeriedschopf and continue along the narrow hiking trail. The descent follows the same route. The path is marked with white direction markers and a green route field.
- Sturdy shoes
- At the starting point you will find a great covered barbecue area. Don't forget your Cervelat sausage, knife and drinks!
Make the descent varied: hike on to the Lätzematte, along the «Narebach» down to the valley hiking trail and back to the Anger.
Motorway A6 Bern direction Zweisimmen, 1 km after the Simmenfluhtunnel turn left direction Diemtigtal. Follow the Diemtigtal road into the valley for 14 km in the direction of Schwenden until cattle showground Anger.
Free parking is available directly at the cattle showground Anger.
By train to Oey-Diemtigen station (Spiez-Zweisimmen line). Continue by PostBus to the «Zwischenflüh, Anger» stop.
- Street (25%)
- Hiking Trail (45%)
- Unknown (30%)
This tour is presented by: Interlaken Tourismus, Author: Rahel Mazenauer