Innertkirchen is an ideal starting point for unforgetable walks,biketours and excursions. Grimselpass, Sustenpass,Engstlenalp-Jochpass, Urbachtal, Rosenlaui and the Aareschlucht, they all belong to the most beautiful areas in Switzerland. There is an indoor climbing,a tennishall and a swimmingpool nearby, you can also go and make paragliding. You will receive useful information and tips for a memorable holiday. Restaurants, Supermarket, train and bus station are located within 300 m from the campsite. By our central location in Switzerland, it is possible to make trips to Bern, Zurich, Lucerne and Zermatt you can do this with the car or train. Information can be found under the following link:




You can reach the Aareschlucht by foot in about 10 min from the campsite. An easy Walk through the schlucht from Innertkirchen to Meiringen (30 min).To go back you can go once again through the schlucht or you can take
another way back. You can also go back with the little train Meiringen-Innertkirchen to the campsite. Information can be found under the following link:

Alpen Tower:
The Alpen Tower, the viewing point with 360° panorama restaurant at 2250 m. You can reach the Alpen Tower from Meiringen  with a cable car. Here you can see the world's
largest Crystal Eagle. Daily until 11.30 pm, you can enjoy a delicious brunch (56 sfr with
retour ticket). Several trails lead you through the beautiful hiking paradise Meiringen-Hasliberg. Information can be
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The Urbachtal is a natural beauty in the deepest uninhabited Valley of Europe! Enjoy the walks through unspoilt nature with views of majestic peaks.
Enjoy the organized bus excursions with the Swiss bus company. can be found under the following link:




Engstlenalp is the paradise on earth. You can see there a very nice alpin-lake. Fishermen,
hikers,cyclists will like the Engstlenalp. Flora and Fauna on the Engstlenalp are unique. Further information can be found under the following link:



The Rothorn is a nice mountain at Brienz in the Bernese Oberland above the nice Lake off Brienz. You can reach the Rothorn easily with a steam-train. You will get a wonderful panoramic view, the hospitality of hotel Rothorn Kulm and a wide selection of unforgettable walks. Information can be found under the following


Reichenbachtal, Reichenbachfall, Rosenlaui, Gletscherschlucht:
Waterfalls and nice rock formations. Thousands of years ago, the glacier water left its marks in the rocks. The Glacier Gorge is a refreshing experience in a beautiful mountain landscape. A well built, safe hiking trail. The Rosenlaui has an altitude difference of 155 m. The walk is about 573 m. It is solely uphill walking. The walk leads you back through the Woods to café Schluchthüttli. The guided tour lasts about 45 minutes. You can find further information under:



hydroelectric power plants:
The hydroelectric power plants around the Alpine passes Grimsel and Sustenpass belong all to the energy company, KWO. Now the KWO is organising guided tours You can also see a very big Cristal cave. The Gelmerbahn, with its 106% rise is the steepest funicular in the world and brings you to the Gelmersee 1850m above sea level, surrounded by beautiful mountains. The Gelmersee invites you for a wonderful tour, is an ideal starting point for mountain walks and climbing. The valley station is located on the Grimselpass, Handeck, 6 km uphill above Guttannen. There is a bus stop at hotel Handeck. 70 meters above the Gorge of the Handeck waterfall, the new suspension bridge gives you a spectacular view on the waterfall. The suspension bridge at the valley station is an ideal connection to hotel Handeck. Further information can be found under the following links:







In Ballenberg, one can take a look how it used to be. More than 100 original Swiss houses, from every corner of Switzerland, original fields and gardens, one can see here. Handicraft demonstrations, special events and more than 250 local animals are waiting. Take a look at the
rebuilding off original buildings from the 16-19 century. The typical Swiss houses and settlements of the open-air museum Ballenberg are built on 660,000 m2 grounds. Information can be found under the following link: