Location: Bernese Oberland
Grindelwald Hiking Trails
Distance: 10.2 miles (One Way)
My favorite hike in the Grindelwald area features fabulous views of the Bernese Alps stretching from the Wetterhorn, Eiger, Jungfrau and the Breithorn in the Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen valleys to the Bluemlisalp massif in the southwest.
Distance: 10.8 miles (One Way)
A triad of giants, the Eiger, the Monch and the Jungfrau, dominate the incredible views along this scenic hike from Mannlichen to Wengen.
Distance: 3.5 - 8.9 miles (One Way)
Panoramic views of the 4,000-meter peaks, glacial cirques and deep gorges to the south of Grindelwald are the highlights of this terrific hike between Grosse Scheidegg and Bussalp.
Distance: 7.2 miles (Round Trip)
Amazing views of the glacier clad Bernese Oberland peaks towering above Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen along with views of Lake Brienz and beyond are the highlights of this popular trail climbing to the historic Faulhorn Berghaus and the summit of the Faulhorn.
Distance: 2.8 miles (One Way)
The Panoramaweg, between Mannlichen and Kleine Scheidegg, is an easy, popular hike with nonstop views the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau soaring above Grindelwald and Wengen. Extend the hike with a walk to the Mannlichen summit for more breathtaking views of the area.
Distance: 3.8 miles (Round Trip)
This very popular hike packs a ton of scenery into a very short distance. Nonstop views encompass Grindalwald’s iconic peaks towering above the south side of the valley. These summits form the backdrop for the Bachsee, a gorgeous lake set amid beautiful alpine meadows.
Distance: 3.8 - 8.5 miles (One Way)
Up-close and dramatic views of the sheer north face of the Eiger, along with fine views of the Grindelwald Valley and nearby peaks, are the highlights of this interesting hike traveling along the base of the iconic Eiger. Several options extend the hike, adding to the scenic delights of the trail.
Distance: 3.5 miles (One Way)
The trail between Grosse Scheidegg and First follows an undulated path through bucolic meadows with evolving panoramic views of the massive peaks, adorn with glistening glaciers, towering above the Grindelwald Valley. Along the way waterfalls, wildflowers and small alps add interest to the hike.