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Etappe 9: Von Brünigpass nach Interlaken – Via Jacobi

17.5 mi
2.1 mph
1,725 ft
3,150 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
5.40 mi

Strandbad Brienz

Hiking Highlight

7.99 mi


Hiking Highlight

8.57 mi

Uferweg Brienzersee bei Giessbach

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

11.6 mi

Hafen Iseltwald

Hiking Highlight

17.5 mi

Tour Profile


Mountain Hiking Path: 0.89 mi
Hiking Path: 1.60 mi
Path: 5.45 mi
Footpath: 1.69 mi
Street: 3.22 mi
Road: 4.49 mi
State Road: 273 yd


Unpaved: 5.17 mi
Gravel: 1.42 mi
Paved: 7.85 mi
Asphalt: 0.42 mi
Unknown: 2.64 mi

Weather Forecast

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September 9, 2019


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    This stage starts with a magnificent view of the eternal snow covered high peaks of the Bernese Oberland. From Brünigpass you descend to Lake Brienz and experience the beauty of the local landscape along the way. If you need a cool down, you can hop in the Brienz beach in the water.The Via Jacobi leads you directly along Lake Brienz. The shore path is partly overgrown and shady, but again and again it gives a wonderful view of the lake. The absolute highlight of this stage is the Giessbach Falls: 400 meters, the water plunges into the depths. Halfway up, you can walk over a bridge behind the waterfall and feel the power of the element.Along the riverside path you will always come back to resting places and drinking fountains. The tranquil town of Iseltwald is ideal for a break. At the harbor you can watch the ships and from the sole you have a great view of the wooded Schnäggeninseli.Just above the water surface, we take you on the shores of Lake Brienz to Interlaken, your stage destination. In Interlaken you have the opportunity to visit the park and the beautiful castle. Or you can take the train on the Harder Kulm and end the day in the panoramic restaurant there.

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    • September 22, 2019