Jungfrau, Schilthorn, Lake Thun & falls in 2.5 day

Jungfrau, Schilthorn, Lake Thun & falls in 2.5 day

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Manivannan
Manivannan
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Apr 23, 2018 - 4:40 AM

Hi, I'll be with my family (2 adult and 2 kids 13yrs & 9yrs) at Interlaken for about 2 and half days.

7th & 8th June full day, 9th June half Day.

Planning to visit the following locations:

1) Jungfrau,2) Schilthorn, 3) Boat ride lake thun (St Beatus Cave & Thun Castle and other sites along the boat ride), 4) Trummelbach Falls & Valley

Firstly, will it be a rush to visit all.

Second, can Trummelbach Falls be reach by any transport or need to Hike.

Third, can assist me with the best route breakdown for the 2 and half days. so that i do not need to do repeated trip at the same route.

Chantal
Chantal
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Apr 23, 2018 - 10:24 AM in reply to Manivannan

Hi Manivannan,

It is doable to visit all. You reach the Trümmelbach Falls from Interlaken by taking a train to Lauterbrunnen and a bus or walking along the valley floor to Trummelbach Falls. You may want to combine this trip with the Jungfraujoch as you're passing Lauterbrunnen. Read here how to get to Jungfraujoch: www.myswissalps.com/ju ngfraujoch/gettingther e.

The Swiss time table can help you breakdown your trip: www.myswissalps.com/ti metable.

theTutor
theTutor
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Apr 24, 2018 - 5:47 AM in reply to Manivannan

Hi Manivannan,

As Chantal says, it's doable, but I would combine a mountain top visit at sunset in one day and the lake trip also at sunset for the second day (or viceversa). Depending on the weather, sunset can get gorgeous both on the Thun lake, but especially up on Jungfraujoch or Schilthorn.

You can combine Trummelbach Falls with either Schilthorn or Jungfraujoch (Lauterbrunnen is the base-camp for both) but have in mind that usually the trip to Jungfraujoch (waiting for the trains and getting out of the tunnels to see the landscapes) is a bit longer than the one to Schilthorn.

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