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Trummelbach Falls

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
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Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

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Reviewed 2 days ago

This was the second time I have toured the falls. It is interesting to see how the water has forged paths through the rock. You ride an elevator to the top, but there are several flights of steps if you want to see all the...More

Thank Travel-Seal
Reviewed 3 days ago

What a great experience ! I have never seen anything like the power of these waterfalls - there is a lift that takes you part way up the hill and you walk from there. If you can, you must do this walk - a lot...More

Thank Joven19
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is a very beautifull place with impresionant waterfalls. There are bar and souvenirs around where you can rest after climbing to upper part of waterfall. There is also an elevator inside mountain.

Thank Roberto L
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You can experience the strength of this immense waterfalls chain. It is a refreshing visit during summer time :) A light raincoat would protect you from getting too wet and from the cold cave atmosphere.

Thank MagdalenaV
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

No credit cards accepted. There are no signs to warn people of this until you ask for yourself at the till. Each person is 11CHF. I think it's expensive for what this is considering you only spend 30-45 minutes inside. It's definitely a treat for...More

Thank travelnutt1
Reviewed 6 days ago

The inside-the-mountain setting of these falls is very impressive, very loud, and very wet. I was visiting with an older companion who found all the stairs a challenge--there's a cog elevator that takes you to the start, but then a lot of steep, concrete stairs...More

1  Thank hokuros
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's 11 Francs but worth every penny. Come prepared to get wet. Wear shoes that can be on a wet surface. We wore a rain jacket. Great in the European heat wave.

Thank Nancy W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely amazing. Only bad thing was our camera just could not capture the dynamic of the water fall. It is so powerful! I could not see info on website about dogs, but I was informed when I purchased tickets at the camp site that dog...More

Thank PiggieC
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was refreshing walk to the fall. We climbed stairs along the hill, through a tunnel and on to another stairs to reach top of the fall. It is like cave where we can stand just behind the fall to listen the beautiful, thunderous water....More

Thank QB2008
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

These falls were amazing! We traveled with a couple, my parents (older) and a small toddler (15 months). Our toddler was not allowed to go to the falls-children must be at least 4 years to go-so we took turns. My parents took the lift up...More

1  Thank cmcaudillo
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Is Dog allowed?
16 June 2017|
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Response from Mary Margaret O | Reviewed this property |
We did see leashed dogs on the trail
How is disabled access? Can I take my son in his special needs pushchair along?
8 June 2017|
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Response from Thomas B | Reviewed this property |
There is an elevator to access the caves that takes you to nearly the top, however there are stairs involved in the majority of the attraction. The caves and stairs are always misty an slippery as well.
Is the entrance to the falls free with the Bernese oberland pass. Thank you
13 May 2017|
Response from asborkar65 | Reviewed this property |
No ,entrance is not free with bernese oberland pass ,transportation to falls would be free If you are staying in this region ie.interlaken ,lauterbrunnen,then on check in you will get guest card which will give you... More