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Route details Frutigen - Reinisch - Frutigen

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How to get there & route details

Traveling to Frutigen, and trail details.

How to get there and back

Frutigen can be reached by train or car from Spiez and Kandersteg/Brig.


At the Frutigen rail station, walk straight ahead into the footpath to Adelboden; a bit later on, you'll see the river Engstlige on your right. Turn right at the end of the Schulhausstrasse to cross the river, and follow the main road to Adelboden. After you have turned left into the Dorfstrasse, immediately turn right into the Kirchgasse and follow the signs to Oberfeld. Further on, at the Bodenweg, turn left to the Gantenbachbrücke. You will keep heading for Oberfeld through the Ahornstrasse, until you reach the Stockweg and the bridge.

Cross the bridge and turn left. At the end of the Prastenstrasse you will have to cross the main road diagonally to the left. Keep following this narrow asphalt road through the forest until you see a footpath leading to a small bridge on your left. Walk towards this bridge, but do not cross it; you will have to take the forest path to the right and then follow the asphalt road to the bridge across the river Engstlige. Across the river, turn right towards Reinisch, following a footpath that will make a sharp bend upwards.

Follow the road through Reinisch until you reach the broader Trummerliweg. Turn left at the end of the road, and then immediately turn right into the Reinischstrasse and Tellenburg. After having visited the Tellenburg ruin, you will descend to Rybrügg, where you have to cross the main road by using the pedestrian underpass. Proceed your route towards Rüteni. Turn left into the Wallisgasse after you have walked under the railway bridge. From Kanderbrück, follow the signs to the railway station of Frutigen.


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