The idea - the path to Lake Hinterburg
The avalanches during the winter of 1998/99 and Storm Lothar caused untold damage to the area around Lake Hinterberg and along the path to Axalp. It was a tumult of toppled trees, branches and stones. Then we came up with the idea of carving the broken tree trunks into sculptures. Very soon, our project inspired other woodcarvers from Brienz too. Under our own initiative, we got to work. After clearing away lots of debris and the strenuous task of getting the tree trunks into position, the path was opened to visitors in summer 1999. Over the years, over 80 figures have been made to date. In 2011, a more accessible path was added to the existing trail. Come and pay a visit our figures in the wonderful natural setting of the Bernese Oberland! The Woodcarving Team.
We recommend the following equipment: Lightweight trekking shoes, lightweight backpack, sun protection, raincoat, first aid kit, a light picnic, water.
Hin- und Rückreise: Mit der Bahn via Interlaken Ost nach Brienz. Ab dort per Postauto auf die Axalp
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