Jun 8, 2014 - 9:53 AM
Welcome to the website! We usually get the train times directly from the Swiss railways here, but bahn.de (which is the German railways) may work fine as well.
September 14: I don't know which type of activities you're looking for, but Grindelwald itself mainly consists of hotels, shops, restaurants and chalets. There's no sightseeing or anything like that. You can swim, play tennis, do other sports. The main attraction here is the overwhelming surroundings of the village, where one can hike, bike, just admire the views, etc. No skiing in Summer though. That's for Winter only (from December, usually). So you would leave the village to really do/see something. The Glacier Gorge is just outside the village and may well fit your plans for this afternoon. See the Grindelwald page for more about the village, activity suggestions, hotels and more.
September 15: There's plenty of time to do this in one day. If you want to see even more of the area, you can travel to Lauterbrunnen by taking the cable car from Grindelwald Grund to Männlichen, then the cable car down to Wengen, and finally a train to Lauterbrunnen. On the way back, you can use the regular trains via Zweilütschinen.
As for the pass: either an 8-day Swiss Pass or a 4/5-day Swiss Flexi Pass could work for you. See the pass pages for all details, and this page for how to choose. Validity of the passes starts at the border, so you only need a ticket for the French and Austrian legs of your inbound and outbound trips.
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 12:58 PM by Arno