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I have to qualify this title: because of the drought in the Swiss Alps, flowers are lacking this year. There are some, but I've seen it absolutely spectacular in normal years. The trails and views remain exceptional. If looking for flowers you should ask first...More
On a rainy day, this trail can be ideal if you are staying in Murren and looking for a rainy day activity. Like-wise, if you are looking for a non-strenuous 1-hour hike. Vista-wise, this trail is sub-par to views from other trails in this area,...More
Stay near the station and not in the interiors of the town if you are a traveler with heavy bags.This trail is worth it if you are an avid nature lover.You can paint or write poems with this splendid landscape and flora/fauna of this place.
The trail is just beautiful. Once you get up it is a really easy walk. It takes about a half hour to get to the higher elevations. It is peaceful. There are a couple places for lunch or a drink. There are many farm animals...More
We took the funicular up and hiked back down following signs for Blumental Panorama Trail and had a beautiful experience. Green pastures, cows grazing with bells chiming, beautiful wildflowers, and streams and waterfalls are all part of a pastoral setting that is gorgeous. Trails are...More
Hiked the Blumental Panorama trail and the views were spectacular! I did the hike twice as there was so much to see i wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything. Make sure you have some water with you as when the sun is out,...More
We tried to hike this trail, but honestly got a little confused about directions at a couple of points. Regardless, was a beautiful clear day and we figured out how to get back to Mürren. Fortunately, there were also places to refill water bottles along...More
There are a few trails up and down. We took the steepest trail up from and the easy mostly paved road down to Murren. Good clear paths both. There are free water spots and a grill place just above Murren. At the top there is...More
This is a nice trail to get into the hills above Murren, especially if it is clear. From this trail you look down on Murren and across the valley to peaks like Jungfrau, Monch, and Eiger. In early June the wildflowers were stunning. There are...More
If you are in Murren, there is a nice trail that leads from Murren down to Winteregg, and then Lauterbrunnen that follows the rail line. Its mostly flat and wide, and you can hike as little or as far as you want. The scenery... More
If you are in Murren, there is a nice trail that leads from Murren down to Winteregg, and then Lauterbrunnen that follows the rail line. Its mostly flat and wide, and you can hike as little or as far as you want. The scenery is gorgeous even on this trail/road. If you want to get higher above Murren, take the Allmendhubel-Bahn up to Allmendhubel. From there you can take the road to go to the Blummental valley below where the flowers should still be nice. You can hike down to Murren, but the last part of the paved road is quite steep. You are in the Alps and going any trails out of Murren involve uphill. The Panorama trail might also be good. Get both Walking Trails maps from your hotel or the Murren tourist info center. Both have very good descriptions.
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the north face trail takes about 2.5 hours to hike. it starts at 6,400 feet and finishes at about 5,400 feet. Some areas can be challenging if not in shape. you will pass meadows of flowers, farms. I think north face is... More
the north face trail takes about 2.5 hours to hike. it starts at 6,400 feet and finishes at about 5,400 feet. Some areas can be challenging if not in shape. you will pass meadows of flowers, farms. I think north face is more of a hike. different views of the area.