Jul 8, 2010 - 1:51 PM
I think it would be far too difficult. Bear Trek takes you over Sefinefurgge and Hohtürli, the two very challenging passes I noted in previous post.
Are you sure you want to stay in huts? Most huts are very primitive: no electricity, no running water, communal pit toilets. Further, I think it is too difficult for inexperienced mountain hikers to walk from hut to hut in this region, or probably any region of Switzerland. The hut system is designed to provide basic shelter for aggressive and experienced alpine hikers.
My recommendation would be to stay in one location and do a series of day hikes. That way you can travel about with only a light day pack and end up on trails that will be more suitable (and enjoyable) for your experience level. I highly recommend Wengen as a base. It is a car-free village above Lauterbrunnen with breath-taking scenery. From there you can do dozens of hikes. I have a 30 page document about hiking in this region that I would be happy to send you but I need your email address to do so. You can send it to me via this site's private message feature; don't post your email address on the public forum.