Ascend quickly and feel the endorphins racing on the way down. The BLM aerial cableway brings dedicated cyclists high up onto Grütschalp in a few minutes. Directly below the mountain station is where the varied free-ride trail of the same name begins. The red classified route with a mean incline of 20 percent offers advanced bikers everything to improve their skills even further: trail and north shore areas, sheer drops and flow trails. Push your limits, try something new, refine your technique - free-ride enthusiasts negotiate their way around three kilometres at an altitude of about 600 metres and experience ten to twenty minutes of pure cycling pleasure. At the end of the trail, an asphalt road leads directly to the cable car valley station, with seamless continuation to the next round.
We recommend the Lauterbrunnen car park (max. CHF 14 per day). From the car park there is a direct connection to the cable car!
|Adults||Half Fare Card / Children||GA / Discounted*||Without railway|
|*Reduced with: GA, Swiss Travel Pass, Junior, Grandchild or Children's Co-Travelcard, BeoAbo and Jungfrau Travel Pass|
Brendan Fairclough, Claudio Caluori und Gaetan Vigé auf dem Grütsch-Trail