An alpine fairytale for explorers and nature lovers. 


A simply splendid summer

When the days get longer, the sunsets more beautiful, the starry sky clearer, then it's summer in the Adelboden-Lenk region. As the mountains show off their full glory, visitors can enjoy the warm days and truly escape from it all. Fairy-tale mountain peaks and the glistening sun are what bring such magic to the days of summer.

There is so much to do in Adelboden-Lenk, you probably won’t have time to discover everything, so we’ve put together a selection of the region’s best highlights.

landmark of adelboden

Engstligen waterfalls

From the high plateau of Engstligenalp, the waters cascade 600 m (1968 ft) into the valley below. This second highest waterfall anywhere in Switzerland is a natural spectacle in a class of its own and has been subject to a cantonal protection order since 1948. Whether on a circular trail, mountain tour or climbing route, from a bus or cable car cabin, this majestic natural wonder is waiting to be discovered.

over the clouds

Giant Swing

Take off, please!  Above lush alpine meadows and high above the valley, Switzerland's first giant swing is ready to be immortalized in your picture. A swinging memory for those at home and for Instagrammers.

family highlight in the bernese oberland

Vogellisi theme trail

On the Vogellisi adventure trail, which leads from Sillerenbühl to the Bergläger, you can experience the thrilling story of the Adelboden herb woman up close. The adventurous experience on 3 kilometers inspires the whole family.

Gryden Betelberg high trail

If distant countries and volcanoes are all that come to mind when you think of crater landscapes, then think again. On the Gryden high-altitude hiking trail you can marvel at the unique rock formations up close. The Gryden is a fascinating place. Along the 7.5-kilometre circular trail, which takes around 2.5 hours to walk, there is much to wonder at and enjoy. It’s an experience that will stay with you for a long time.

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Trottiland Adelboden

The freedom of VogellisiBerg is best enjoyed on a motorless scooter. With 45 km and seven different routes to choose from, there’s plenty of room for everyone to fly down the mountain without any stress. No need to walk uphill either – the local bus or cable car will bring you safely and quickly to the next starting point.

Children must be at least 8 years old and be able to activate the brakes.



Sit down, sit back and smile! The new SkyNest right next to the mountain station Sillerenbühl offers an indescribable panorama and is the perfect spot for a unique souvenir picture of your visit to VogellisiBerg. The alpine skyline really sets the scene – and you discover the surrounding peaks from a completely new perspective.

Fotohotspot am VogellisiBerg




Take a break from time for a moment. The BirdsNest at the Höchst mountain station invites you to take off and dream with a view of the thundering Engstligen Falls and a far-reaching view out of the valley

crystal clear mountain water

Brandsee Elsigenalp

Ready, set, jump in! When was the last time you jumped into a mountain lake? Crystal-clear water provides refreshment. Far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you can dive in. The beautiful mountain lake on Elsigenalp is easily accessible from the mountain station, even with a pram. A pearl of clear turquoise that will delight the whole family. Or at least refreshing.

At 1809 m (5935 ft.) above sea level, the lake invites you to take a cooling dip. Just 15 minutes on foot from the Elsigenalp summit station, summer visitors can refresh themselves in the clear water.


Paragliding in Adelboden-Lenk

Fancy a change of perspective? Whether you're a seasoned pro, trying your first flight, or enjoying the ultimate adventure on a unique tandem flight - Adelboden-Lenk is a popular starting point all year round for guests looking to soar to lofty heights. After all, floating amidst the imposing mountain scenery offers a wonderful experience and the chance to marvel at the spectacular view from above.


Siebe Brünne

Siebe Brünne – seven springs – is the source of the River Simme and gives the valley its name. Here the water gushes out of a mighty limestone wall in seven places to form a majestic waterfall. Sibe Brünne is a designated ‘Kraftort’ – a place with special energy – and a wonderful place to linger.

The Sibe Brünne waterfall is at the very end of the valley, five kilometres beyond the village of Lenk.

first bike trail in adelboden-lenk

Höchst-Trail Adelboden

The Höchst-Trail leads from the Höchsthorn mountain station via Chuenisbärgli down to the Bergläger. With an average gradient of ten per cent, it is a fun ride for experienced and adventurous bikers. The start at around 1900 metres above sea level can be easily reached on the Höchst chairlift. Enthusiastic bikers can shred down into the valley through 3.8 kilometres and 410 metres in altitude over numerous jumps and steep bends.