Titlis cliff walk, Trift Bridge or Glacier 3000?

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Ning
Ning
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Jan 25, 2019 - 7:40 AM

I will be trekking in Bernese Oberland in August, 2019 , including Jungfrau region and trekking from Murren to Kanderstegg for 13 days. I will flight to Zurich .

I am considering the Titlis cliff walk, Trift Bridge walk, or Glacier 3000 after or before the trekking.

Since I will see the most beautiful sections of Bernese Oberland during trekking, I wonder if these walks will worth to visit.

They seem more beautiful in winter with snow capped mountains than in summer.

Any comments or suggestions?

Thanks,

Ning

Snowman
Snowman
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Jan 25, 2019 - 5:19 PM in reply to Ning

Each of these places has a suspension bridge, and each claims it is "unique"! At 3000 m above seal level, and if you don't wait 50 years, you are bound to see snow-capped mountains even in August. I have not been to these places, Glacier 3000 is mainly known as a winter/spring ski resort. Any of these suspension bridges should, indeed, be spectacular and provide good photo op's.

Arno
Arno
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Jan 25, 2019 - 5:56 PM

Hi Ning,

The Trift bridge requires an actual hike (plus a funicular ride) to get there, the other two are wonderful too but are tourist attractions as the are near the top cable car station. I'd visit the one that is easiest to reach for you logistically.

Ning
Ning
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Jan 25, 2019 - 5:58 PM

Thanks, Snowman and Arno.

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