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Aug 22, 2011 - 10:50 PM
Hello All,

I am reaching Interlaken by train from geneva on Sep6th and will be available till Sep 9th. My itinerary is as shown.

Sep 6th : Arrival by Panoramic train from Geneva around 13:00Hrs
Sep 6th : Evening boating in Lake Brienz
Sep 7th : Trip to jungfrauch
Sep 8th : Trip to Schilthorn
Sep 9th: Early morning train from Interlaken to Milan

I have a valid swiss pass and we are four adults including my parents. Kindly help me understand how much time is enough to spend at Jungfrauch and Schilthorn?

I plan to go to Luceren and just visit the Chapel bridge after the schilthorn. Kindly let me knwo if this is feasible..

Any suggestions to this itenerary is welcome..

Venugopal G
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Aug 23, 2011 - 9:27 AM
There is no evening boat service on the Lake of Brienz, The last boat leaves Interlaken Ost at 4:25pm returning at 6:50pm.
The trip to the Schilhorn takes 1 1/2 hours from Interlaken Ost via Stechelberg. I suggest on the retrun you walk through Murren and return via the BLM through Grutschalp. The whole trip can be done in 4-5 hours with one hour on top of the Schilthorn.
The trip to Jungfraujoch takes 2 1/2 each way. Again you should go by way of Grindelwald and return via Lauterbrunnen.
The whold trip would take 6-7 hours allowing 1-2 hours on the Jungfraujoch.
It is possible to do both trips in one day with an early start. It would be:
Interlaken Ost -Lauterbrunnen-Stechelberg-Schilthorn-Murren-Murren BLS- Lauterbrunen-Kleine Scheidegg-Jungfraujoch- Kleine Scheidegg-Grindelwald-Interlaken Ost.
Make sure the weather is good at the tops. You can still see alot if your only go to Kleine Scheidegg.
The trip to Luzern takes 2 hours each way.



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