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Towering mountains, alpine meadows, soaring cable cars, historic cogwheel trains, scenic walking trails, quaint villages and hamlets…this is the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland.

The Bernese Oberland is one of Switzerland’s most popular destinations for tourists. The massive mountains of Mönch, Eiger, and Jungfrau dominate the landscape. Charming villages like Mürren and Gimmelwald cling to the cliffs, overlooking the beautiful Lauterbrunnen Valley. Cable cars whisk visitors up to the tallest mountain peaks and hiking trails connect small towns and provide amazing alpine views.

For many visitors, the Bernese Oberland is the highlight of a trip to Switzerland, and we are no different. It blew away all of our expectations, and let me tell you, our expectations were very high.

We spent six magical days exploring the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland. This area is so quintessentially Swiss, an alpine wonderland with Swiss chalets, alpine meadows, cable cars, mountain villages, and rustic farms.

This is one of the most beautiful places in Europe and I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

What is the Bernese Oberland?

The Bernese Oberland, also called the Bernese Highlands, is a region in central Switzerland. It’s part of the canton of Bern and it encompasses a portion of the Swiss Alps, including the Jungfrau massif, Lauterbrunnen Valley, Interlaken, Lake Brienz and Lake Thun, and extends west to Adelboden and Gstaad.

The Jungfrau region is a smaller portion of the Bernese Oberland. This region includes the Jungfrau massif, the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Schilthorn, Mürren, Gimmelwald, Grindelwald, and Interlaken. The Jungfrau region is the touristy heart of the Bernese Oberland and it is where you will find everything on this list.

So, in no particular order, here are the best things to do in the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland.

Best Things to do in the Jungfrau Region

1. Harder Kulm

Interlaken is the gateway city into the heart of the Bernese Oberland. To get to the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Grindelwald, and the other small towns in the Jungfrau region, you will first pass through Interlaken.

Harder Kulm is a mountain that looms over Interlaken. From the top of Harder Kulm, you get an amazing view of the Bernese Alps, so this is a great way to start your tour of the Bernese Oberland.

A 10-minute ride on a funicular zips you up to the top of Harder Kulm for a stunning view of the Swiss Alps. Stretched out in front of you are the mountains Mönch, Eiger and Jungfrau as well as views over Lake Brienz and Lake Thun.

From here, you can simply enjoy the view from the lofty viewing platform, or you can dine at the restaurant or take your pick from hiking trails that start here.

Harder Kulm

Harder Kulm Platform

Harder Kulm Funicular: The funicular station (also called the Harder railway station) is a short walk from the Interlaken Ost train station. Trains leave every 30 minutes with hours of operation roughly from 9 am to 9 pm (mid-April through late November). Round-trip tickets start at 34 CHF. Click here for updated hours and pricing information.

2. Lauterbrunnen

Lauterbrunnen is a small town that is nestled in the Lauterbrunnen Valley. This is one of the most famous and the most picturesque towns in the Jungfrau region. Rustic houses, Swiss chalets, hotels, and restaurants all tumble together, while Staubbach Falls cascades down the sheer cliff next to the town.


Most likely, you will pass through Lauterbrunnen while traveling to Mürren, Jungfraujoch, or Schilthorn, and it is worth it to take a little extra time to stroll through town and enjoy the views.

Lauterbrunnen is also a good place to base yourself, since this is a transportation hub in the Jungfrau region.

3. Mürren

Mürren is a small town that is perched on a cliff, overlooking the Lauterbrunnen Valley. From town, you have panoramic views of Mönch, Eiger, and Jungfrau, the mountains that dominate the Bernese Alps. From Mürren, you get one of the best views of this mountain range.

Murren Switzerland

Murren Aerial View

Drone photo of Mürren.

In town, there are lots of great restaurants and hotels to choose from, as well as hiking trails, cable cars, and a funicular that connects you to other notable places in the Bernese Oberland.

On a visit to the Jungfrau region, I recommend spending at least several hours in Mürren. Have lunch or dinner at a restaurant that has an outdoor terrace with views of the Alps, go shopping, and explore the town. From Mürren, you can continue up to Schilthorn, ride the Allmendhubel Funicular, walk to Gimmelwald or Grutschalp, or dangle over the Lauterbrunnen Valley on the Mürren via ferrata.

Mürren also makes a wonderful place to stay in the Bernese Oberland. This is where we stayed and we highly recommend it. From our room at the Alpenblick Hotel, we had a spectacular view of the Swiss Alps, and it was a wonderful way to start and end our days here.

4. Mürren Via Ferrata

Does the idea of dangling 2000 feet above the Lauterbrunnen Valley floor interest you? How about walking across a tightrope, with nothing below you except a rushing river? Or how about walking across a wobbly, narrow, suspension bridge? If you said yes to all of these questions, then put the Mürren via ferrata on your list of things to do in the Jungfrau region.

The Mürren via ferrata is a 2.2 km journey, part via ferrata and part hiking trail. You’ll cling to a cliff, climb down steep ladders, walk on a tightrope and a suspension bridge, and (with a guide) zip line across a ravine.

Murren Via Ferrata View

View from the via ferrata.


Murren Via Ferrata

You start in Mürren and end in Gimmelwald. This takes about 3 hours of your time and can be done with or without a guide.

5. Ride the Allmendhubel Funicular

The Allmendhubel funicular starts in Mürren and ascends 500 meters up to a picturesque hamlet above Mürren. Once in Allmendhubel, you have gorgeous views over Mürren and the Swiss Alps.

There is a restaurant here as well as a playground for kids, so this makes a great spot to visit if you are traveling as a family.


Ride the funicular round trip, or, if you want to be more active, you can take your pick from several walking trails. You can walk directly back down to Mürren or walk a portion of the Northface trail to get back into town.

About the Allmendhubel Funicular: The funicular runs from 9 am to 5 pm, departing every 15 minutes. Round trip tickets from Mürren cost 14 CHF and if you have the Swiss Rail Pass tickets cost 7 CHF round trip. Click here for ticket prices and the timetable (the Allmendhubel funicular does not run year round; it periodically closes for maintenance work).

6. Walk the Northface Trail

This trail has a little bit of everything…spectacular mountain views, small hamlets and chalets tucked away amidst the mountains, farms, flower-filled alpine meadows, and pastures filled with cows and their musical bells.

Northface Trail Switzerland

Northface Trail Goat

If you are looking for a walk to do with kids, this is a great one to consider. The views change frequently and with a chance to get up close with cows and goats, this trail is good at keeping kids entertained.

The Northface Trail is an easy walking trail that is done as a loop from Mürren. Along the way, you are treated to stunning views of Mönch, Eiger, and Jungfrau as well as views over Mürren and the Lauterbrunnen Valley. You also have the option to add on Sprutz waterfall.

The Northface trail is 7.4 km long and it takes about two and a half hours to hike the entire loop.

7. Schilthorn and Piz Gloria

Schilthorn is one of the highest peaks in the Jungfrau region and it is one of the best places to go for panoramic views of the Swiss Alps.

From Mürren, a thrilling cable car ride transports you to the top to Schilthorn. Enjoy 360° views from the mountaintop. The view from here is phenomenal and we thought that this view is better than the view you get at Jungfraujoch.

Schilthorn View

Piz Gloria

One of the best things to do while on Schilthorn is to dine at Piz Gloria, the revolving restaurant. We had brunch and it was one of our favorite meals while in Switzerland. The food is good and the view is even better. This costs CHF 35 for adults and CHF 20 for kids 6 to 15 years of age.

In 1969, Schilthorn was featured in the James Bond movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. While you are here, visit Bond World, tour the James Bond exhibits, and dine in the same restaurant featured in the movie (Piz Gloria). And make sure you visit the restrooms…I don’t want to spoil the surprise, but these are the most memorable toilets in the Jungfrau region.

Getting Here: From Mürren, you will ride a cable car to Birg and then transfer to a second cable car to Schilthorn. It costs 85.60 CHF to travel round trip from Mürren to Schilthorn. With the Swiss Travel Pass, you get a 50% discount. Click here for pricing. Cable cars leave every 30 minutes starting at 7:40 am in Mürren.

8. Birg Thrill Walk

When you travel from Mürren to Schilthorn, you will transfer cable cars at Birg. On the way up or the way down, spend 30 minutes at Birg to visit the Thrill Walk.

Steel platforms and ladders are bolted into the cliffs at Birg, giving visitors a thrilling, bird’s eye view of the Jungfrau massif. It’s included in your ticket to Schilthorn, and it is a fun, thrilling, quick add-on to an already spectacular experience.

Kara in Birg

Birg Thrill Walk

9. Gimmelwald

Gimmelwald is a tiny, postcard perfect town located on the cliffs that tower over the Lauterbrunnen Valley. This town is smaller, less touristy version of Mürren.

While you are here, don’t miss the Honesty Shop. If you want a short, easy walk past more farms and alpine meadows, head west out of town, past Olle & Maria’s Bed and Breakfast, into the farmland that sits west of Gimmelwald. Go as far as you like (10 minutes is enough for nice views and a wonderfully empty walking trail) and then turn around when you are ready.

Honesty Shop Gimmelwald


Gimmelwald Walk

10. Jungfraujoch, Top of Europe

A trip up to Jungfraujoch is one of the best things to do in the Jungfrau region. Stand on one of the highest points in the Swiss Alps, walk through an ice cave, play in the snow, get panoramic views over the Alps, and hike out to Mönchsjochhütte.

Jungfraujoch Tim Tyler Kara


The only way to get to Jungfraujoch is by train. This can take several hours, depending upon your starting point. It’s also very expensive, with round trip journeys costing as much as 200 CHF per person, depending upon your starting point.

Learn more about how to visit Jungfraujoch, and if it is worth it, in our article A Visit to Jungfraujoch…Is It Worth It?

11. Kleine Scheidegg

Kleine Scheidegg is a high mountain pass that is located next to Jungfrau and Eiger.

If you have plans to visit Jungfraujoch, you will pass through Kleine Scheidegg. Trains from Grindelwald, Wengen, and Lauterbrunnen drop off passengers at the railway station here. This is where you transfer onto the Jungfraubahn, the final leg of the journey up to Jungfraujoch.

Because of its location high up in the mountains, you have wonderful views across the Lauterbrunnen Valley to Mürren and Gimmelwald.




Kleine Scheidegg

Kleine Scheidegg with Jungfrau in the background.

Several hiking trails start and end here, including the very popular Männlichen Panorama Trail and the Jungfrau Eiger Walk, which connects Eigergletscher with Kleine Scheidegg.

12. Männlichen and the Panorama Trail

Männlichen is a mountain located in the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland. From the peak of Männlichen, you are rewarded with some of the most spectacular views of the Lauterbrunnen Valley (the cover photo of this post was taken from Männlichen).

The walk from Männlichen to Kleine Scheidegg is one of the most popular hikes in the Jungfrau region. This easy, mostly downhill trail offers spectacular views of the mountain peaks of Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau.




Mannlichen Panorama Trail Jungfrau region

Panorama Trail

This hike is suitable for all ages and ability levels. It’s perfect for families, travelers with limited time who want to do a short, memorable hike, and those who want jaw-dropping views with minimal effort.

The Panorama Trail is 4.4 km long (2.75 miles) and if you start in Männlichen, it is a downhill walk to Kleine Scheidegg. This is an easy walk that takes about an hour and a half of your time.

13. The Eiger Trail

The Eiger Trail is another short but sweet hike in the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland. This point-to-point hike follows the north face of the Eiger mountain. Along the way, you get jaw-dropping views across the Lauterbrunnen Valley to Mürren and also down to Grindelwald.

Tyler Kara Tim Jungfrau

Eiger Trail Hike Jungfrau region

This was one of our favorite hikes in the region. We liked this more than the Panorama Trail (mentioned above), but you really can’t go wrong with either one. The views are unbeatable, it is mostly a downhill walk so you don’t have to be super fit to hike this trail, and it can be easily added onto a visit to Jungfraujoch or Kleine Scheidegg.

This hike is 7 km (4.5 miles) long and, like the Panorama Trail, is an overall downhill walk. The Eiger Trail is slightly more strenuous than the Panorama Trail.

14. Go Paragliding

Paragliding is one of the most thrilling things you can do in the Bernese Oberland. There are numerous companies that offer tandem paragliding, leaving from Interlaken or Mürren. It’s a bit pricey, coming in at around CHF 200, but what a view you will have!

Paragliding Interlaken Jungfrau region

15. First Cliff Walk

In Birg, you have the Thrill Walk. In First, you have the Cliff Walk.

This is very similar to the Birg Thrill walk, with metal platforms that are bolted onto the cliffs. You will walk on suspended platforms and narrow bridges, with views of Grindelwald in the valley below.

First Cliff Walk

It’s a nice view, but if you only have time for one cliff walk experience, the Birg Thrill Walk is the winner. The Birg Thrill Walk is more impressive, since you are at a much higher elevation and you are looking directly at the mighty Jungfrau massif.

However, while in First, you can also fly like a bird or zip-line on the First Flyer or First Glider for a quick thrill. Or, ride go-karts downhill on a wide gravel path. The First Cliff Walk is free to visit but you will have to pay to ride the zip-lines and go-karts.

16. Bachalpsee

Bachalpsee is a very pretty alpine lake that is just a short walk from First. This is a popular, easy day hike that’s great for families and people of all ages. From First, follow the wide gravel trail and the signs to Bachalpsee. It is 6 km round trip and takes about 2 hours.


This is the view of Bachalpsee when hiking from Faulhorn to First.

17. Schynige Platte

Schynige Platte is mountain ridge in the Jungfrau region. To get here, you will ride the cogwheel train from Wilderswil to Schynige Platte. This is a scenic, historic railway that has been in operation since 1893. It takes 52 minutes to get to Schynige Platte, but along the way you have beautiful views of Lake Brienz, Interlaken, and the Lauterbrunnen Valley.

Schynige Platte View

The view from Schynige Platte.


Jungfrau Region 1

Once in Schynige Platte, there are several ways to fill your time. Visit the Botanical Alpine Garden, walk the Swiss Flower or Panorama Trails, and kids can play at the alpine playground. There is also a restaurant and hotel here.

Getting Here: From Wilderswil, ride the Schynige Platte Railway to Schynige Platte. The train is in operation from the end of May through the end of October.

18. Hike from Schynige Platte to Faulhorn to First

The hike from Schynige Platte to Faulhorn to First is a big day hike in the Jungfrau region of Switzerland, but what a spectacular day. A scenic ride on a cogwheel train, alpine lakes, rustic mountain huts, snow-covered trails, and some of the best views of Swiss Alps…these are just a few highlights of this exciting hike.

With views of the Jungfrau massif, Lake Brienz, and numerous alpine lakes, this is often labeled as one of the best day hikes to do in the Jungfrau region.

Schynige Platte Hike Jungfrau region

Tyler Schynige Platte Jungfrau region

The most popular way to do this hike is to start in Schynige Platte and end in First. Once in First, add on the First Cliff Walk before riding the gondola down to Grindelwald. This is a great way to spend one day in the Bernese Oberland if you enjoy hiking.

This hike is 16 km (10 miles) long with 860 meters (2820 feet) of elevation gain, so it’s a strenuous hike.

19. Journey Behind Trummelbach Falls

Glacier melt from Mönch, Eiger, and Jungfrau drains down into this cavern, forming a series of waterfalls located entirely within a mountain.

Trummelbach Falls is an immensely powerful waterfall, carrying up to 20,000 liters of water per second. The water thunders through these caverns and is almost deafening.

To visit Trummelbach Falls, you will ride an elevator to the upper levels and then walk on a series of staircases to different viewing platforms. It’s loud, it’s chilly (even in the summer months), and you could get wet.

If it is a rainy day, this is one of the best things to do in the Jungfrau region.

Trummelbach Jungfrau region

Trummelbach Falls Jungfrau region

Cost: CHF 12
Hours: From April to early November, 9 am to 5 pm, with longer hours in July and August. Click here for updated hours and pricing. 
Getting Here: You can walk here from Stechelberg or Lauterbrunnen (20 – 30 minutes one-way) or take the public bus that runs through Lauterbrunnen Valley.

20. Hike the Hardergrat Trail

The Hardergrat Trail is one of the most famous day hikes in Switzerland and some people say that it is one of the most beautiful hikes in the world. This is a tough day hike and for part of the way, the trail follows along a very narrow ridge. With drop-offs and brief sections of rock scrambling, this is a dangerous hike and only recommended for those with a high level of physical fitness and lots of hiking experience.

This was a hike that was recommended to us, but we had to skip it, since Kara was recovering from an injury and was not able to do a massive day hike. But it looks amazing so I couldn’t leave it out of this post. You can read more about it here and we hope to do this on our next visit to Switzerland.

If you have done this hike and would like to share your experience, let us know in the comment section below!

Best of the Jungfrau Region: On a Map

Here are the best things to do in the Jungfrau region on a map.

How to Use This Map: Click the icons on the map to get more information about each point of interest. Click the star next to the title of the map to add this map to your Google Maps account. To view it on your phone or computer, open Google Maps, click the menu button, go to “Your Places,” click Maps, and you will see this map on your list.

Do you have any questions about visiting the Jungfrau region? Let us know in the comment section below.

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  1. Hi Julie,

    First off would like to say that I have used your guides and blog many times to guide my own trips now: Southwestern States (Arizona, Utah, Nevada), Death Valley, New Zealand, Australia and Iceland, so thank you !!!

    I am planning a trip in early – mid October (week of 10th) with 3 Full days in the area. I am basing myself in Lauterbrunnen. I am having some trouble figuring out how to pack my days and I think my biggest challenge is figuring out transport and grouping activities together. I am a big hiker so would like to do mostly that.

    So far I plan on the following:
    Day 1: Schynige Platte to Faulhorn to First hike + Bachalpsee
    Day 2: Schilthorn and Birg + Murren via ferrata.

    The other attractions I would like to see are Eiger +Mannlichen + Panorama Trail as well as the Northface Trail + Trummelbach Falls.

    What do you suggest for my last day? I know that the remaining locations are quite a distance from each other. Do you suggest I group them and plan my days a little differently? I am also quite aware that the via ferrata may not be available due to weather so I am trying to make a back up plan that doesn’t include it.

    Thanks in advance for any input !

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      Hello Veronika. You can combine the Northface Trail with Schilthorn + Birg and the via ferrata, as they are all in the same general area. Do Schilthorn and Birg first thing of the day, do the via ferrata in the late morning, and in the afternoon, walk the Northface Trail. Use your 3rd day to do Eiger, Mannlichen, and the panorama trail. Later on the 3rd day, if you still have time, you can visit Trummelbach Falls. It’s ideal to do all of these during clear weather, but for the via ferrata, plan on doing this the day with the best weather forecast. Have fun in Switzerland! Cheers, Julie

  2. Hi guys!

    Immensely enjoy your site! Since discovering it two years ago planning a trip to western Norway, it has become my go to site for inspiration and tips on new destinations.

    We are staying in Lauterbrunnen for five nights this august. Considering transportation complexity and cost, which hike would you recommend doing if you had to choose between either the Eiger trail or the Mürren northface trail?
    We are walking with a 3-year old on the back FYI.

    Thanks for the input.

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      That’s a tough question to answer. Of the 2 hikes, the Eiger Trail was our favorite. It’s short, it’s easy, we had great weather and great views the whole way. Your views here are of Eiger and Grindelwald. On the other hand, if the weather is good, you will have spectacular views of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau from the Northface Trail. Both trails are great and you can’t make a wrong pick, in my opinion. To help make your decision, it also helps to decide what else you would like to do in each area. The Northface Trail can be combined with Schilthorn and/or a walk through Murren. The Eiger Trail can be combined with Jungfraujoch and/or the Mannlichen Trail. I think it’s worth pairing up the hike with another experience in the region to get the most out of your time and money. So think about the entire “package” when deciding between which hike to do. I hope this helps! Cheers, Julie

  3. Hello,

    We are planning to travel to Jungfrau region, thank you for this post, it’s amazing and with a lot of info. We would like to visit Chamonix also. We are planning Chamonix first them Jungfrau region. Arriving in Geneva and leaving in Zurich. Does that sound good? Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

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      I have not been to Chamonix yet but it looks amazing. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with the details on how to get to and from Chamonix. You might have to backtrack to Geneva to then take the train to the Jungfrau region, but that is just an assumption on my part. But yes, arriving in Geneva works well because it puts you close to Chamonix. And ending at Zurich is perfect since it is close to the Jungfrau region. I just don’t know much about how to get to/from Chamonix. Cheers, Julie

  4. Wow, what a great, inspiring post! Would you mind sharing how you split up all of these wonderful things over your six day stay? I would love to visit them all as well, but am having a hard time understanding how I could fit it all in to six days! Cheers.

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      Here is a quick list of what we did day by day. We did everything but paragliding and the Hardergrat Trail. As you will see, we had lots of free time and we usually spent this time working or eating (the food is great). (1) Travel from Zurich to Murren and visit Harder Kulm on the way (2) Jungfraujoch, Eiger Trail, Mannlichen (3) Northface Trail + Almendhubel Funicular, Trummelbach Falls (4) Schynige Platte to Faulhorn to First hike and this includes First and Bachalpsee (5) Schilthorn and Birg (6) Murren via ferrata. You could squeeze this into 5 days if you had too. Cheers, Julie

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      We were here in July 2019. If you like hiking, the summer and early fall are the best times to visit, when all of the trails are open. Cheers, Julie

  5. Hello, I’m Huong and thank you for the very useful information about Switzerland. We will have 9 days from April 19 to 28 in 2022 to visit Switzerland before embarking the Viking Rhone River cruise from Basel. May we have your suggestions what to do best at this time? Thank you.

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      We have a post that has sample itineraries for Switzerland, ranging from 7 to 21 days. My recommendation would be to follow the 7 day itinerary and add in Lausanne or Zermatt. Or, follow the 10-day itinerary and take out one of the days in the Bernese Oberland. I don’t know if this matters to you, but hiking trails up in the mountains will not be open in April, but many of the trains will be running so you can still visit the mountain villages. If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to write back in again. Cheers, Julie

  6. I will be traveling to Interlaken at the end of May for 3 full days. I am proposing to my girlfriend and wanted to know if you had an suggestions for good places to do it? I want a breathtaking backdrop to be behind us in the photo and I don’t want rail guards or anything to be in the picture that would take away for our surroundings. I was originally thinking somewhere on a hiking trail near Murren, but it’s hard since I havn’t even been to Switzerland.

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      This is so exciting!! Yes, a hiking trail near Murren is a great idea, and here are a few ideas for the whole Jungfrau region. Take a look at our Eiger Trail hiking post. Scroll down to where you see Tim, Tyler and Kara, the photo with the caption “great place for family photo.” You are out in a green field (there is chance there could be snow at the end of May). Take the train to Eigergletscher (the last stop before Jungfraujoch) and it is a short walk downhill to this field. But I am not sure about how much snow would be here at the end of May. Another option is Mannlichen. Hike the Royal Way to the viewpoint…it is spectacular, and really, the view from near the Mannlichen cable car is amazing (again, not sure about snow). In Murren, you could walk the Blumental Trail or the Northface Trail…these both have spectacular views of the Alps. From Gimmelwald, you can walk west out of town on the road named “Eschen” for a quiet, pretty walk past farms, with nice views of the Alps. I hope this helps…I have lots of ideas, just not sure about how the snow will impact these places. If you have a hotel reserved, you could ask them about the snow, if you like any of these ideas. Cheers, Julie

  7. Thank you for this amazing post. How did you get around all these different trails/areas? Are the trains adequate enough? TIA 🙂

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      We got around by the trains and cable cars in the Jungfrau region. I have plans to write a guide to the Jungfrau region that explains how to get around and where to stay. It’s confusing, with the geography and the trains, cable cars, buses, etc. For our individual posts, like hikes in the area, I give detailed directions on how to use the transportation…so just click the links in this article if I provide one. Cheers, Julie

  8. I would love to see a Jungfrau region or Switzerland itinerary and learn how to logistically plan to do all of these things 🙂

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      Hello Ashley. Yes, I have plans to write one soon (both a Switzerland itinerary and a more in depth guide to how to visit the Jungfrau region). Cheers, Julie

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