Exlpore glacier gorges, caves and waterfalls in the holiday region around Interlaken, Lake Brienz and Lake Thun, Switzerland

Gorges, caves & waterfalls

Over thousands of years the element water created these impressive rock formations - often hidden deep in the mountain. Let yourself be impressed by the roaring waters or enchanted by the bizarre sculptures.  An experience on hot summer days as well as in dirty weather!

“Aare

Aare Gorge  

Carved into the stone by the waters of the Aare over thousands of years, the Aare gorge fascinates with rugged rock faces, thunderous waters and romantic views.
“Reichenbach

Reichenbach Falls   Partner Camping Card: special

120 meters the water plunges down into the valley. Eye to eye with the roaring waterfall, the nostalgic wooden wagon train takes you up there. The three viewing terraces offer a breathtaking view of the waterfall and the Haslital. We recommend a visit from May to October (water volume).
With your Camping Card: Adults (full-paying & discounted) pay the children's price (valid until end of summer season 2020)
“Rosenlaui

Rosenlaui Glacier Gorge   Partner Camping Card: 12%

Massive waterfalls, romantic grottos, bizarre rock cliffs: Over thousands of years the glacier water has formed a fantastic work of art from rock - and continues to do so. Sparkling, roaring, foaming . . .
With your Camping Card: 12% of the regular entrance fee (valid: 21.05.-25.10.2020)
“St.

St. Beatus-Höhlen, Swiss Caves   Partner Camping Card: 10%

Mystic cave worlds await you in the St. Beatus Caves on Lake Thun: Explore caves and grottos on well paved and illuminated paths inside the Beatenberg. Let yourself be enchanted by the sculpture-like forms that water and stone have created over millions of years.
With your Camping Card: 10% off the regular entrance fee (valid: 14.03.-15.11.2020)
“Trümmelbach

Trümmelbach Falls  

Over thousands of years, the melt waters of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau have carved these spectacular gorges and caves into the interior of the mountain, through which water masses thunder at up to 20,000 litres per second. An impressive spectacle!