Grindelwald First

Grindelwald-First hiking trails

Status Typ Nr Name Dauer Details
2 0 1 First - Bachalpsee - First 2h Details
2 2 2 First - Lake Bachalpsee - Faulhorn - Bussalp 4h Details
2 2 3 First - Bachalpsee - Hireleni - Feld - Bussalp 3h Details
2 2 4 First - Bachalpsee - Waldspitz - Bort (Blumenweg) 2 h 30 min Details
2 2 5 First - Bachalpsee - Hiendertellti - Grosse Scheidegg 5h Details
2 2 6 First - Grosse Scheidegg 1h 45min Details
2 0 8 First - Schreckfeld 40min Details
2 2 9 First - Bachläger - Waldspitz 45min Details
2 2 10 Waldspitz - Feld - Bussalp 2h Details
2 0 11 Schreckfeld - Grosse Scheidegg 1h 15min Details
2 0 12 Schreckfeld - Bort 50 min Details
2 0 13 Bort - Bussalp 2h 30min Details
2 2 14 Bort - Aellfluh - Grindelwald 1h 45min Details
2 0 15 Bort - Grindelwald 1h 10min Details
2 2 16 Bort - Unter Lauchbühl - Hotel Wetterhorn 2h 30min Details
2 2 17 First - Marmot Valley - Grosse Scheidegg 2h 15min Details
2 2 18 First - Schwarzhorn - First 4h 45min Details
2 2 19 Waldspitz - Bort (forest nature trail) 1h Details
2 1 20 First - Schwarzhorn Via Ferrata - First 6h Details
2 0 21 Grindelwald - Unter Lauchbühl - Grosse Scheidegg 3 h 20 min Details
2 2 22 Grindelwald - Abbachfall - Bussalp 2 h 10 min Details
Notes

The path has been cleared by the authorities for use. Hikers do so at their own responsibility. They must be objectively assured of the accessibility of the path and of their own subjective abilities, including those of their charges. This is determined according to the external circumstances such as weather conditions (rain, snow, black ice etc.) and the personal requirements such as fitness and surefootedness. The marked degrees of difficulty and the notes on the following website will help you decide: http://www.wanderplaner.ch/sommer/rund-ums-wandern/vorbereitung/

Hiking trails are for families of all ages with weather-resistant clothing and sturdy shoes. A risk is always present. Complete and permanent security cannot be guaranteed. In corresponding weather, natural events such as spring avalanches, debris flows and rock falls during intense precipitation must be expected.

Mountain trails are intended for people who are proficient and comfortable with the mountains and have the appropriate equipment including clothes and shoes. Hikers must always expect dangerous natural events such as rock slides or avalanches.

Rock climbing for experienced hikers with a climbing harness and additional equipment for belaying. Possible for beginners only if accompanied by a mountain guide.

Last update: 28.09.2016 - 07:05:01

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