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Sherlock Holmes statue in Meiringen

Meiringen still commemorates the fictional character of Sherlock Holmes, who, according to the books of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, died in the nearby Reichenbach falls.

The Hasli valley

The Hasli valley, while part of the Bernese Oberland, is close to Central Switzerland too, and makes a great base to explore both regions. There's lots of nature all around: forests, lakes, high mountains and passes to the Jungfrau region, Central Switzerland and the Valais.


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Central location

Meiringen is the central town in the Hasli valley. It's located on the flat valley floor, with high mountains rising up on two sides. Great scenery is right next door: the Aare gorge, where the rivier forces its way through the rocks, and the Reichenbach waterfall are at walking distance.

From Meiringen, you can easily explore a much larger region. Lake Brienz is a short train ride away. The south of Central Switzerland is quite close too: the Golden Pass trains offer a comfortable way to get there via the Brünig Pass. There are buses across several passes: the Susten Pass to Wassen in Central Switzerland, the Grimsel Pass to the Upper Rhone valley and the Reichenbach valley to Grosse Scheidegg and finally to Grindelwald. Each of these make for beautiful scenic trips.


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