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Meienberg - Seebergsee - Stierenberg - Hinder Chumi - Blankenburg/Zweisimmen

13,15 km
4:00 hrs.
240 m
1.151 m
66
TOP Moderate
Condition
Technique
Experience
Landscape
Best season
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Starting point of the tour
Meienberg, car park
Destination of the tour
Zweisimmen
Lowest point
930 m
Highest point
1.987 m
Properties
  • Refreshment stops available
Source : Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus
This mountain hike takes across wide expanses of alpine meadows, around the Lake Seeberg and through the Spillgerte nature reserve. It offers wonderful views to the mountains. The way down is very long. The transfer service "Wandertaxi" takes you up to the hiking area (Meienberg). The Wandertaxi drives only in the season and only two times in a week on reservation.
Properties
Meienberg - Seebergsee - Stierenberg - Zweisimmen
Equipment
Good footwear, snacks to savor during a break - why not a Fondue-Backpack?
Public Transit
By bus or train to Zweisimmen, train station.

Then by hiking cab to Meienberg. The hiking cab only runs during the season and only twice a week by reservation at the Tourist Info Point Zweisimmen (+41 33 722 11 33, zweisimmen@mob.ch).

Parking
Parking lot Meienberg

On route 11 from Spiez or Château d'Oey to Zweisimmen. There take the partly unpaved private road to Grubenwald to Meienberg. From Grubenwald "Hofstette" is signposted. In Hofstette there is a ticket machine. There you can buy a driving permit including a parking ticket. You stay on the road for about 15 minutes and after about 500 m you reach a gate where there is a small number of parking spaces.

Due to the limited number of parking spaces, we recommend parking at the train station in Zweisimmen and then taking the hiking cab to Meienberg. The hiking cab departs twice a week during the season by appointment at the Tourist Info Point Zweisimmen (+41 33 722 11 33, zweisimmen@mob.ch).

Getting There
The Destination Gstaad is located in the south-west of Switzerland right on the border to the French-speaking part of the country. The Destination is easily accessed by rail or car from the regions around Lake Thun and Lake Geneva and the Gruyere region Direct connections to the European high-speed rail network and all international airports in Switzerland guarantee a time-saving and pleasant journey.

More information on gstaad.ch: Travel & Public Transport.

Additional Information
See also

Gstaad Saanenland Tourismus
Haus des Gastes
Promenade 41
3780 Gstaad
Tel.: +41 (0)33 748 81 81
E- Mail: info@gstaad.ch
www.gstaad.ch

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