Tour to Grindelwald, the Glacier Village



24.02 km long
Mountain Bike
A gentle ascent alongside the River Lütschine to Zweitlütschinen. From here, a somewhat steeper trail leads over meadows and through charming hamlets to Grindelwald.

This tour leads from Interlaken West railway station via the Rugen hill to Wilderswil, and from here across a wooden bridge ascending to Gsteigwiler, continuing on an unsurfaced road through pretty flower-carpeted meadows alongside the Lütschine towards Zweilütschinen. Turn left where the White and Black Lütschine rivers converge. The path makes its way in a gently winding ascent through the beautiful natural landscape and past flower-adorned wooden chalets to Stalden. Brace yourself for the steepest route section to Burglauenen. When you arrive at the top, take a breather and taste the fresh spring water that gushes from the fountain. After crossing the railway line, follow the forest path towards Schwendi as far as Grindelwald Grund. Ride on through the alder forest on the valley floor to the famous glacier gorge. From here continue left to reach Grindelwald and the railway station.



Interlaken - Wilderswil - Gsteigwiler - Gündlischwand - Lütschental - Grindelwald und bei Bedarf wieder zurück



Wer mit E-Bike oder E-Mountainbike unterwegs ist oder die ultimative Herausforderung sucht, kann die Tour bis auf die Grosse Scheidegg verlängern und dann via Meiringen zurück nach Interlaken fahren. Mehr dazu unter folgendem Link:

Additional information

Information regarding duration, fitness requirements and technique depend on the chosen bike type (i.e. mountain bike, e-bike, touring bike, racing bike). These are approximate guidelines.

Interlaken Tourismus
Marktgasse 1
CH-3800 Interlaken
0041 33 826 53 00
[email protected]

Grindelwald Tourismus
Dorfstrasse 110
Postfach 124
CH-3818 Grindelwald
0041 33 854 12 12
[email protected]


tour facts
start: Interlaken, Bahnhof West
destination: Grindelwald, Bahnhof


02:00:00 h

24.02 km

525 m

53 m

563 m

1,049 m

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