Männlichen has two completely different faces. From the Grindelwald valley, the mountain appears as a gentle, green slope. When seen from the Lauterbrunnen side, the Männlichen appears very different. Here barren grassy slopes and craggy rock formations fall steeply away to the valley. The views from the long mountain ridge are impressive and rich in contrast. The pleasant hike to Kleine Scheidegg passes through a wide, well-developed hiking trail and usually follows a gentle descent.
There are three public car parks: Eiger+ multi-storey car park (252 spaces), Sports Centre multi-storey car park (160 spaces) and Grindelwald Terminal Parking (1,000 spaces). Alternatively, you can also use the car park at Grindelwald Grund.
Lauterbrunnen multi-storey car park directly at the railway station or the uncovered car park by the church.
(in the printed summer panoramic map of the Jungfrau Railways)