Eigergletscher to Männlichen lookout & Grindelwald

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May 26, 2018 - 8:42 PM

We will be having lunch with a group at the Eigergletscher restaurant and would like advice on how best to get to Mannlichen to walk to the crown lookout. From there we would like to go to the Lauterbrunnen Valley to view some of the falls before taking the train back to Grindelwald where we are staying. I have looked at the maps but not sure about the choices. Also, please explain what a "left luggage" room is as we plan to use one in Wilderswil our last day and can't find much info other than a time schedule. Thanks for you help.

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May 28, 2018 - 5:24 AM

Hi Teensy,

You can take the train to Kleine Scheidegg, then walk to Männlichen, take the cable car to Wengen, then the train to Lauterbrunnen. If you don't want to walk to reach Männlichen then you can take the train to Wengen and the cable car up and down from there.

Last modified on May 28, 2018 - 5:25 AM by Arno
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May 28, 2018 - 5:28 AM in reply to teensy

Hi Teensy,

Are you looking to hike to Männlichen? Typically from Eigergletscher you can hike down to Kleine Scheidegg (about 1 hour) and take the trail to Männlichen:

  1. https://www.maennliche n.ch/en/details-164/items/120.html
  2. https://www.myswissalp s.com/hiking/maennlich en-kleinescheidegg

Left luggage rooms are storage rooms for luggage to leave for a day or more if needed. At Wilderswil the office is open 07:00 - 11:45 & 13:15 - 17:50 every day.

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