The Lützelflüh–Moosegg Route will take you up high. On either of the two options of this route, from Lützelflüh via Arni to Biglen or from Moosegg to Biglen, you will experience the magnificent scenery of the Emmental Valley and enjoy beautiful views.
The Lützelflüh–Moosegg Route takes you either from the village of Lützelflüh or from Moosegg to Arni and on to Biglen. A fountain, a memorial, a museum, and not least Gotthelf’s final resting place in Lützelflüh serve as reminders of the poet who worked there for many years (PostBus stop Lützelflüh-Goldbach, Railway Station). At the glass workshop you will have a chance to test your glassblowing skills. A nature educational path leads from Lützelflüh to Rüegsauschachen and to the ruins of Brandis Castle. You can get to Zollbrück along an agricultural and forestry educational path. On your walk up to Lüderenalp you will be treated to the most gorgeous views. If you enjoy swimming, you will really have fun in the saltwater, indoor or outdoor pool in Lützelflüh. Another starting point of this route is Moosegg (PostBus stop Moosegg, Hotel). The views from the terrace of Hotel-Restaurant Moosegg will take your breath away. Moosegg can be reached on various different hiking and mountain biking trails. The hike from Biglen via Moosegg to Lützelflüh is highly recommended. Every summer, Moosegg is the site of Switzerland’s highest altitude outdoor theater, a very special cultural highlight. From there the post bus continues to Arni where a visit to the village dairy should not be missed. You can even try your hand at making cheese (PostBus stop Arni BE, Village). The dairy is part of the “Cheese Road” dedicated to Emmental’s cheese-making history.
Buy your ticket from the SBB Shop or SBB Mobile app. You can also buy a ticket from the driver, at all ticket terminals, PostBus sales offices and at the counter of your nearest railway station.
Additional ticketing apps and online shops can be found in our overview.
You will find the entire Swiss public transport timetable online here.
Route not open all year
For Groups of ten and more people, seat reservations are a must! Tel. 0848 100 222
No bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle
Wheelchair access to the postbus guaranteed
All vehicles are wheelchair-accessible. For information call tel. 0848 100 222
Manual wheelchairs only.
Explore the area of the Lützelflüh–Moosegg Route on
or on the well-marked hiking trail system.