Grütschalp to Mürren hike enquiry

Grütschalp to Mürren hike enquiry

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Wassim
Wassim
11 posts
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Jul 15, 2016 - 2:25 PM

Hey guys, I'm planning for a short hike from Grütschalp to Mürren; this is my very first hike and a lot of things are new to me, so I'm gonna ask some very novice questions here.

1. first off, what is an itinerary and do I need to have one? (& how do I get one online)

2. also, are there guided trips? (would appreciate a link to the scheduled times if there are)

thanks in advance

Brahms
Brahms
211 posts
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Jul 15, 2016 - 10:01 PM

Grütsalp to Mürren is one of the most easy walks in the Bernese Oberland. There are no guided tours for this walk. On the end of the train platform Station Grütsalp the walk begins and through Winteregg you walk to Mürren. The walk is complet flat. The vieuws are beatiful on the mountains.

greeting Brahms

Wassim
Wassim
11 posts
new member
Jul 16, 2016 - 12:05 AM in reply to Brahms

Thanks Brahms that was really helpful.

It should make a great first walk :-)

Any other "easy" recommended walks in lauterbrunnen would be appreciated. (Good mountains/lake views are my #1 priority)

Brahms
Brahms
211 posts
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Jul 16, 2016 - 9:06 AM

Easy walks in Bernese Oberland are:

  1. Mannlichen to Kleine Scheidegg
  2. Kleine Scheidegg to Wengernalp
  3. Kleine Scheidegg to Alpiglen
  4. Allmendhubel to Murren to Gimmelwald
  5. Spiez to Faulensee (Thunersee)
  6. First to Bachalpsee
  7. Böningen to Iseltwald (Brienzersee)
  8. First to Bort (cablecar station)
  9. Pfingstegg to Bäregg
  10. Pfingstegg to Milchbach to hotel Wetterhorn (bus to Grindelwald)
Wassim
Wassim
11 posts
new member
Jul 16, 2016 - 11:32 AM

Appreciate it Brahms. Thanks again!

Vlasta
Vlasta
49 posts
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Jul 19, 2016 - 1:44 AM in reply to Wassim

Do spend time on the mountainside in Murren, and walk down to Gimmelwald, not far, easy, possibly have lunch on the patio of the Pension there. Delicious food, great views. You can also hike all the way down to Stechleberg, but I don't know what difficulty is of that leg. From there you could walk or take the post bus to Lauterbrunnen.

darrell
darrell
29 posts
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Jul 19, 2016 - 1:36 PM in reply to Wassim

It really is more of a walk than a hike-but Murren is a reward! If you would like to check out guided hikes offered check at the TI in Lauterbrunnen and at TI(Tourist info)

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