Apr 29, 2018 - 3:51 AM
I am planning a trip in June and was wondering if I could get some help making a decision about the pass. My itinerary is as follows:
Day 1: Land early morning, visit Rhine Falls and back to the airport from where I take a train to my base in Wengen.
Day 2: Trip to Lucerne, Mount Rigi and back.
Day 3: Wengen - Lauterbrunnen – Grütschalp – Mürren – Schilthorn – Murren - Gimmelwald - Stechelberg (Trummelbach and Staubbach falls) - Lauterbrunnen - Wengen. (Should I include Allmendhubel?)
Day 4: Trip to Zermatt, Gornergrat and back.
Day 5: Wengen - Mannlichen - Kleine Scheigg - Jungfraujoch - Kleine Scheigg - Grindelwald - First, Bachapsee Lake - Grindelwald - Schynige platte - Wengen. (How can I include Eiger Gletscher and is it worth stopping at Alpiglen?)
Day 6: Early morning train from Wengen to Airport.
Do you think the following option is the cheapest:
HFC: 120 CHF with the Jungfrau Travel Pass: 135 CHF
So that only excludes the costs of going to Jungfraujoch (69 CHF) and Schilthorn (42 CHF), am I right?
Also for Day 2 and 4, I was thinking of taking the SDP (29 CHF each) as it will also help get us travel to Lucerne and Zermatt and makes travel to Rigi free. Additional cost of 49 CHF for the Gornergrat train.
Are these calculations correct? Is there a cheaper way to do this trip that I may have missed or should I not take the Jungfrau Travel Pass?