Escursione invernale Hasliberg–Brünigpass

With a view of Lake Brienz

Enjoy the fabulous view from the Grimsel massif to the Brienzer Rothorn mountain range.
The network of groomed winter hiking trails at the Hasliberg is quite vast. But the panoramic trail leading from the Reuti station via Wasserwendi and Hohfluh to the Brünig pass is definitely the number one highlight.  

This beautiful winter hiking tour starts at the PostBus stop and cable car station Hasliberg Reuti. You can get there either by postbus on route 158 from Brünig, or by cable car from Meiringen (stop at the bottom station: Meiringen, Luftseilbahn).

The winter hiking trail takes you sometimes up, sometimes down via Blatti, Gofer, and Eggli to Hasliberg Wasserwendi. There you cross under the cable car Twing-Käserstatt. Further on along the route you will be able to enjoy a great view of the Brienzer Rothorn mountain range, the lake of Brienz, and the Schwarzhorn and Rosenlaui peaks. At the Louwenenbach you descend to Hasliberg Hohfluh, cross under the main road, hike along beautiful wooden chalets and turn right after 200 m towards the Brünig pass.

Route

Hasliberg Reuti–Wasserwendi–Hohfluh–Brünig

Timetable and ticket purchases

View timetable online

Timetable 31.151

Timetable 31.158

Reservations

Seat reservations are required for groups of 10 persons and more. Tel. 0848 100 222

Travel dates/Validity

Route open all year
Travel-date details/validity: view timetable/timetable information

Bicycle transport

Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.

Special comments:
Further information can be found on Biking and Postbus.

Wheelchair accessibility

Wheelchair access to the postbus guaranteed

Special comments:
Not all postbuses are wheelchair accessible. For information call 0848 100 222

Contact details

PostBus Ltd
Tscharnerstrasse 37
3007 Berne

Phone
0848 100 222

E-mail
kundenberatung@postauto.ch

Internet
www.postbus.ch/bern

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