Apr 24, 2018 - 8:41 AM
in reply to GalaxyStars
Hi Galaxy stars -
As you look at those options, please keep in mind that most mountain transport only opens for the summer season late in May. On June 1, you can expect to find most trails above maybe 1600-1700 meters and certainly at 2000 meters and above blocked by snow.
The floor of the Lauterbrunnen Valley is at about 800 meters.
The tourist information offices in Interlaken, Wengen, Lauterbrunnen, and other towns in the region will be able to give y9ou details.
www.skiresort.info/ski -resort/schilthorn-muerrenlauterbrunnen/t ourist-info/
In some of the towns you will find a display board near the train station listing the ski runs ( Winter) or hiking trails ( Summer) that are open. June 1 is well past the end of the ski season, but the Summer season does not really ramp up until late June or July. So, keep an eye on the altitude of your choices, and, try the webcams:
en.swisswebcams.ch/suc he/ort/m%C3%A4nnlichen -6935774/
This is a nice walk as part of a trip to Schilthorn:
It will be open almost certainly. I prefer to wall towardMürren, even though it is modestly uphill in that direction, because I am looking toward the Jungfrau massif.
Note that the hikes listed in My Swiss Alps all show altitude.