Yes, the Swiss Saver Pass
, second class and for eight days will cost CHF 320 per person.
A quick calculation of regular costs on transportation with this itinerary shows that a Swiss Saver Pass definitely makes sense.
Staying in Interlaken, Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen, Wilderswil, Wengen, all these places have their own charms and possibilities. It's very hard to decide for someone else where to stay. Some may find Lauterbrunnen the place to be, others may find Interlaken is better because it has other possibilities. Do you see what I mean?
But here is just an idea: Spend the night in Interlaken, go to Wilderswil, take the cog railway to Schynige Platte and hike to First. This hike can also be found here
– you might even consider spending the night in the Faulhorn Berghote
l, they have dormitories, but I still don’t know whether that's too expensive for you. On top of that reservations have to be made as early as possible. The hike can also be done in one day (leave early), in that case you will end up down in Grindelwald after you have taken the gondola from First. The hike itself is not quite easy, but we have done it with our kids when they were 6 and 8 years old. After that you can stay in Grindelwald, if you like, or take a train to another place. The railway station is not too far from the gondola station. This hike is known as one ofthe most beautiful trails (and it is to us for sure :-))!
If you want to stay in Grindelwald, youth hostels can be found here
Hiking in Zermatt: from Zermatt to Täsch or from Täsch to Zermatt, really beautiful valley, quite easy too! The other hiking tips
have already been given to you. This one
is one of our favourites as well!
Again, it's hard to answer these questions, because lots of the options are really personal. But then again, that's what you asked... ;-) I really hope I have helped a little here!
I wish you a wonderful stay in Switzerland.