Short hike end April Bernese Oberland low altitude

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Jason Lau
Jason Lau
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Apr 11, 2019 - 8:39 AM

Hi I would like to ask for some recommendations for short hikes in the area of Bernese Oberland in late April.

I will be based in Grindelwald. Initially I plan to hike from First to Bachalpsee but it seems that there is plenty of snow up there as from what I have seen from the webcam so far. That's why I may want to switch to some low-altitude short hikes.

I will visit Lauterbrunnen and Wengen, apart from these places, does anyone have recommendations for some low-altitude hikes in which I can see green landscape? I tried to search on the internet and the Tourism Board suggests Aeschi bei Speiz and it seems a good choice too.

How about areas nearby like Interlaken, Lungern and so on? Are there some easy hiking trails suitable for the weather of late April? Thank you.

Maria
Maria
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Apr 11, 2019 - 11:02 AM

Hi Jason

We have a hiking guide on MySwissAlps where you can search by region and difficulty, and it will show you the altitudes of the hikes www.myswissalps.com/hi king

There are some good suggestions there.

If you go to lake Lucerne there are also a few lower-altitude activities there www.myswissalps.com/la kelucerne/activities

Rigi has plenty of hikes, when I was there a few weeks ago there was hardly any snow so that may be a good option for late April: www.myswissalps.com/ri gi

Hope this helps!

Maria.

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