The Bernese Oberland Railway operates as modern regional railway with feeder function for the destinations of the Jungfrau Region. The trains continuously run every half hour and reach an hourly capacity of 800 and 900 persons, respectively, on the lines from Interlaken Ost to Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald. The objective is comfortable access to the Lütschinen valleys with modern rolling stock. This represents an important service that is provided in the public interest.
From Wilderswil, the Schynige Platte Railway travels to Schynige Platte, 1,967 metres above sea level. The fundamental technical design of the historic cog railway remains the same as it was during the First World War. It runs from late May to late October and offers a nostalgic mountain experience with an alpine panorama. The destination is marketed under the slogan Top of Swiss Tradition. A nature cinema and daily live performances from alphorn players underline the positioning. The experience trail with photo point, adventure playground, hot pot and a room with a starry sky offer further summit attractions for guests.