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Sulwald trail - Isenfluh

Short facts

  • start: Isenfluh - Sulwald cable car top station
  • destination: Isenfluh - Sulwald cable car top station
  • easy
  • 2,11 km
  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 170 m
  • 1670 m
  • 1510 m
  • 60 / 100
  • 20 / 100

best season

The easy Sulwald trail which leads as a circular trail over the Mederalp and the somewhat more demanding Lobhorn trail which leads to the Lobhorn hut gives you a choice of two wonderful snowshoe routes to enjoy. The starting and end point for both trails is the top station of the cable car in Sulwald. Both trails are signposted throughout as blue and red routes. The Sulwald trail can be walked without danger if there is sufficient snow and offers a great panoramic view of the Jungfrau Region along its entire length. The Lobhorn trail should only be attempted in good snow conditions or with sufficient experience. Please note: in winter, the Lobhorn hut is only staffed on weekends!

General information

Safety Guidelines

This route is signposted as a snowshoe route, however it does not receive additional grooming. Please check the snow and avalanche warnings before you set out!

Equipment

We recommend the following items: Sturdy and waterproof hiking boots, light to medium rucksack, protection against the cold, sun protection, hiking poles, first-aid kit, snacks, tea in a thermos flask, mobile phone.

Getting there

Via Interlaken - Lauterbrunnen to Isenfluh / cable car bottom station.

Parking

Car parking spaces are provided at the bottom station of the cable car

Public transit

Getting there and back: Take the train to Lauterbrunnen and then travel by PostBus to Isenfluh. Finally, take the cable car to Sulwald.

Maps

Swisstopo Landeskarte 1228 Lautrbrunnen 1:25’000, bestellen unter: www.wanderplaner.ch/sommer/web-shop/

Additional Information

Luftseilbahn Isenfluh - Sulwald, Windacher 4141D, CH-3822 Isenfluh, Tel.  +41 (0)33 855 22 49, [email protected]

www.isenfluh.ch

Weather

This tour is presented by: Berner Wanderwege, Author: Markus Schluep

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