Summit tour: Suld-Rengglipass-Morgenberghorn-Brunni-Suld



10.67 km long
Hiking Trail

Alpine summit tour from Suldtal to Morgenberghorn: This more demanding route rewards you with breathtaking views of the lakes and the Bernese Alps.

Experienced mountain hikers will be in their element on this hike. The route begins with a highlight: the Pochtenfall waterfall, after which the trail climbs steeply up to the Renggli Pass. You can catch your breath in the magnificent flower-filled meadows once you reach the Renggli-Alp.  Take the opportunity to recharge your batteries, as the ascent to the Morgenberghorn is a strenuous one, but the effort is rewarded by the breathtaking panorama at the top: The panorama extends from the impressive 4,000-metre peaks of the Bernese Alps and across the flat Central Plateau to the Jura. The deep-blue waters of Lake Thun glisten far below in the valley.

Such a compelling view is hard to turn away from, but the descent demands total concentration, the path to Brunni is steep and includes two chained paths. The trail then leads back to the Pochtenfall restaurant via Brunni and the back of the Leimerwald forest.


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From the starting point at Restaurant Pochtenfall, Suldtal, continue over the Rengglipass to the Morgenberhorn; from here start the descent over the Brunni to return to Restaurant Pochtenfall, Suldtal.

Safety guidelines

The route requires a head for heights and surefootedness. There are safety chains to hold onto at the most precarious points. The hike, which offers stunning views at every turn, calls for a good level of fitness.

The tour corresponds to difficulty level T3 on the SAC scale of demanding mountain hikes.


  • Wear sturdy hiking shoes with a good grip

  • Use trekking poles for demanding mountain tours

  • Wear clothing suitable for the weather

  • Don't forget rain gear

  • Take a backpack with a picnic and water

  • Protect yourself with sunglasses, hat and sun cream

  • A small first aid kit for injuries and blisters is recommended

  • Take your smartphone with you in case of emergencies

  • Pack as little as possible and as much as necessary.

  • More tips can be found at here 


A bus runs between Aeschiried and Suldtal at weekends during the summer season.  Check the operating hours in advance.


Coming from Bern on the motorway, follow the signs to Thun/Spiez. Leave the motorway in Spiez and, at the roundabout, take the exit towards Hondrich Aeschi. Follow the main road until you reach the roundabout in Aeschi. Continue straight on towards Aeschiried. Follow the road until you reach Aeschiried school (Schulhaus Aeschiried). Follow the signs to Suldtal.
Paid parking is available at Aeschiried school. Paid parking is available at the entrance to Suldtal. You can drive as far as Restaurant Pochtenfall. Various small paid parking areas are available along the route. The parking meter at the entrance to Suldtal is also the payment point for these spaces.

Public transit

Take the train to Spiez and from there take the PostBus heading to Aeschi/Aeschried (line 62) as far as the Aeschiried Schulhaus stop (terminus). On Saturdays and Sundays from July to October, you can take the bus from Aeschried Schulhaus to Suldtal.

Additional information

Aeschi Tourismus
Scheidgasse 8
3703 Aeschi
Phone: +41 33 654 14 24
[email protected]


Interlaken Tourism
Marktgasse 1
3800 Interlaken
Phone: +41 33 826 53 00
[email protected]


tour facts
start: Restaurant Pochtenfall, Suldtal
destination: Restaurant Pochtenfall, Suldtal


07:00:00 h

10.67 km

1,170 m

1,170 m

1,079 m

2,249 m

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