Enjoy summer in the mountains: fresh air, blooming mountain meadows, rushing waterfalls and a variety of activities - from leisurely to sportive - are waiting for you!
Those who enjoy biking will find a variety of possibilities in our region for every strength class. Experience comfortable tours on asphalt roads and natural...
Hikers will find a hiking paradise in Lenk. In and around the Simmental you will find over 500 km of signposted hiking and mountain trails....
See Wildhorn, Plaine Morte and the Wildstrubel massif from a bird's eye view!
Admire the lovingly decorated animals. They proudly wear Treicheln, bells and flower decorations. Stroll along the Buremärit - a large selection of genuine Lenker products and only the best from the region for tasting and sale.
On the scooters - ready - go! The somewhat different Alp descent on two wheels leads over nine kilometres from the Leiterli mountain station to the Betelberg valley station. Take a scooter ride along alpine huts and lush meadows with a view of the sparkling Iffigfall.
The mighty Upper Simmental trees serve as pillars for rope bridges, tricky and varied bridge elements, funny rope ladders, crazy tyroliennes, daring jumps and fast-paced shooting rides.
A playful discovery trail for young and old. Learn a lot about the life of marmots and test your memory as well as your knowledge about animal sounds and tracks.
The alp is brought down into the valley on an area of around 7,000 square metres: with an alp hut, lots of play equipment made of natural materials, fireplaces and the Strubeli Bähnli - fun for the whole family!
The mobile pump track in the village with waves and steep wall curves offers children and teenagers dynamic driving fun - be it with bicycles, miniscooters, skateboards or inline skates.
Bouldering means climbing without a rope and is a trendy sport for young and old. In the new, well-equipped BoulderSchüür everyone will find the right route for them.
The mountain carts promise simple, comfortable and safe driving fun for the whole family and are unique in the Bernese Oberland.