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Wetterhorn Trail 1

This circular tour at the foot of the Wetterhorn, which is also suitable for novices, is far from crowds of winter sports enthusiasts.

Grindelwald Tourismus
CH- 3818 Grindelwald
+41 33 854 12 12
www.grindelwald.swiss
info@grindelwald.swiss

The circuit starts at Hotel Wetterhorn, Grindelwald. Between the hotel and the small kiosk, the trail goes through snow-covered fields towards Weidli. After just a few minutes, a magnificent panorama opens up and the view sweeps over the Grindelwald-First winter sports area, the Schynige Platte and the Grosse Scheidegg. The trail branches off to the east (right) at Weidli. With views of the north face of the Wetterhorn and the east side of the Eiger, the trail returns to the starting point. This trail is suitable for beginners. The route is marked with blue trailmarkers.

Difficulty
Easy
Distance
1.75km
Duration
0.7 hours
Ascent
102 vm
Descent
102 vm
Starting Point
Grindelwald, Hotel Wetterhorn
Ending Point
Grindelwald, Hotel Wetterhorn
NULL Loop With refreshment stops

Details

Difficulty
Easy
Condition
Experience
Landscape
Altitude
1331m1229m
Recommended season
  • jan
  • feb
  • mar
  • apr
  • may
  • jun
  • jul
  • aug
  • sep
  • oct
  • nov
  • dec

Author Tips

Start the tour in the late afternoon and enjoy fondue at the Hotel Wetterhorn in the evening.

Equipment

Schneeschuhe

Teleskopstöcke

Kartenmaterial

Sonnencreme & Lippenschutz

Getränke und Verpflegung

Falls vorhanden: Höhenmesser, Kompass

Safety Guidelines

.Der Rundkurs kreuzt zweimal  die Talabfahrt «Stepfi».

More information and links

Directions

Starting Point

Grindelwald, Hotel Wetterhorn

Koordinates :

Geographic 46.632161 N 8.071091 E

Ending Point

Grindelwald, Hotel Wetterhorn

Step by Step Directions

Hotel Wetterhorn - Weidli -Ischboden - Hotel Wetterhorn

Getting There

Public transport

NULL

Getting there

NULL

Parking

NULL

Wetterhorn Trail

Grindelwald Tourismus
CH- 3818 Grindelwald
+41 33 854 12 12
www.grindelwald.swiss
info@grindelwald.swiss