Ticket Harder Railway
- 15.04.22 - 27.11.22
If Interlaken had a king, he would reside on the Harder Kulm. From the viewing platform at 1,322 metres above sea level he would graciously look down upon Lake Brienz and Lake Thun, or admire the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. In fact, the Harder Kulm Panorama Restaurant is reminiscent of a castle. In order to visit it, however, you don't need to be a king – just take a seat in the cable car and ascend Interlaken's own mountain.
A short walk from Interlaken-Ost railway station to the Harder Railway valley station. With a modern funicular to Harder Kulm. Travel time from valley station: 10 minutes.
15.04.22 - 27.11.22 28.05.22 - 31.07.22, first ascent 09h10, last descent 21h40 01.08.22, first ascent 09h10, last descent 23h10 02.08.22 - 25.09.22, first ascent 09h10, last descent 21h40 26.09.22 - 23.10.22, first ascent 09h10, last descent 21h10 24.10.22 - 27.11.22, first ascent 09h10, last descent 17h10
In ten minutes by funicular to 1,322 meters above sea level to the Panorama Restaurant, which resembles a small castle.
Greenery cannot be any more intense
The cool October weather is a pleasant change to my home. And the landscape! Greenery cannot be any more intense. My next travel destination will be Switzerland again. My father has to see this country.
View over the whole region
I like our local mountain because I can quickly get to the viewing spot. I like to show our region to friends from this spot. The path up to Harder Kulm is also my Nordic walking route.
It's so relaxing up here
Switzerland is famous for its great views. This is why I absolutely had to come here. The view is much more impressive than I thought, however! And it's so relaxing up here.
The steep trip is exciting
The view here is breathtaking. The trip on the funicular is extremely steep, but that's exactly what I enjoy. I like it when it's exciting.
Perfect fairy tale for a wedding at 1,322 metres above sea level
Everything worth knowing about the Harder Railway in twelve stations. Exciting tour on the Harder ridge.