Panoramic views on the way from Meikirch to Frienisberg
Take a day trip to explore the beautiful Frienisberg region. The Panorama Path takes you from Meikirch via Innerberg to Frienisberg. On Chutzen Tower, your efforts are rewarded with unforgettable panoramic views across the Swiss countryside.
The Panorama Path with its beautiful views starts at the village square in Meikirch and leads in western direction via Innerberg to Gummen/Frieswilhubel. It continues to Dampfwil and through the forest to Chutzen Tower, a landmark of this region. Make sure you don’t miss the spectacular panoramic views from Chutzen Tower. The nearby Chutzen Hut and the many grilling stations on the way are perfect places to take a break. The walk goes on through the forest and ends in Saurenhorn, but you could also continue to Frienisberg. To end the day, you could visit the former Frienisberg Abbey or relax on the terrace of Restaurant Hirschen.
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Timetable 30.104 Bern–Meikirch–WahlendorfTimetable 30.105 Bern–Meikirch–Seedorf–Lyss
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Use the well-marked hiking trails to explore the Frienisberg region on foot.
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With panoramic views of the Swiss countryside, a height of 45 meters and 234 steps, the Chutzenturm is a true landmark of Frienisberg.
After your walk to the Chutzen Tower, take a break at the Chutzenhütte (Chutzen hut) and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. This lovely hut and barbecue area are ideal for corporate and private events.
For more information about the Chutzenturm and reservations for the Chutzenhütte go to www.chutzenturm.ch
Frienisberg Monastery in Seedorf, established in 1191, is a combination of three architectural periods: Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque. The Monastery is now a home for senior citizens and also serves as a stage for the Frienisberg Monastery Festival. The building complex additionally houses a public restaurant overlooking a charming pond.
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Beautiful country inn with vaulted cellar, winter garden and sunny terrace directly adjacent to the duck and fish pond. The home cooking makes every visit worthwhile.
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