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The cable car journey begins in Stechelberg, a picturesque village nestled at the base of the Schwarzmönch mountain in the Bernese Alps. Currently being reconstructed as part of the Schilthornbahn 20XX project, the valley station will offer modernized facilities and services.
Situated at the end of Lauterbrunnen Valley, Gimmelwald is the initial stop on the route to Schilthorn summit. Accessible only by cable car or hiking, the charming car-free village boasts flower-adorned chalets, cheese storehouses, and grazing cattle.
Perched on a sunny terrace above Lauterbrunnen Valley, Mürren is an idyllic car-free Alpine village and is considered the home of Alpine skiing. With stunning views of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks, the village offers a serene escape into nature.
A stunning local mountain offering unparalleled views of the Alps, Allmendhubel is the starting point for numerous hikes. Visitors can sit on a wooden lounger and enjoy the view as children play in the Flower Park adventure playground. They can also unwind at the Allmendhubel Panorama Restaurant.
Situated at 2677 meters above sea level and 1000 meters above Mürren, Birg is the perfect mid-station for the cable car journey. With its Skyline Thrill, Birg offers breathtaking views and is an ideal starting point for hikes or skiing for all levels.
At 2,970 meters above sea level, the final stop, the Schilthorn summit, offers breathtaking 360-degree views of over 200 alpine peaks. From the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau to the Swiss central plateau and the Jura mountains, visitors can see as far as the Black Forest in Germany and the Mont Blanc massif in France.
The Schilthorn is part of the Jungfrau Ski Region and offers a unique and breathtaking skiing experience for both beginners and advanced skiers. With its high altitude, skiers can enjoy panoramic views of the Swiss Alps, including the famous Eiger mountain, while shredding down the slopes. In addition, Schilthorn offers a ski school, as well as ski rental facilities.
The Skyline Walk on Schilthorn is a scenic walking trail that offers panoramic views of the Swiss Alps. It is located in the Swiss canton of Bern, near the village of Mürren, and is accessible by cable car from Stechelberg. The Skyline Walk is approximately 2 kilometers long and takes about 1 hour to complete. It features several viewing platforms and is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers.
The Thrill Walk is located at the opposite end of the Skyline Walk. The walk features a steel structure that clings to the rock and provides breathtaking views, with features such as a crawl-through tunnel, glass-bottomed floor, ropes, and cattle grids that add to the thrill of the adventure. The walk ends below the cable car station, giving visitors a different perspective of the surrounding landscape.
The Walk of Fame at the Schilthorn summit pays homage to the cast and crew members of the James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Fifteen information panels featuring photos, signatures, steel handprints, and personal messages can be found along the ridge. Among those honored are George Lazenby, Bernhard Russi, Willy Bogner, and Catherine Shell.
The Schilthorn summit served as the filming location for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, with the revolving summit restaurant doubling as James Bond's arch-nemesis Blofeld's headquarters, called "Piz Gloria". Visitors can explore Spy World, an interactive exhibition featuring 7 key scenes from the movie, original screenplay, and Bond-related attractions like a bobsleigh ride or helicopter simulator flight. The integrated Cinema screens the James Bond classic and aerial footage of the mountain world on a 12-meter curved screen.
A. You can buy Schilthorn tickets online.
A. Yes, you can buy Schilthorn tickets online.
A. Yes you can book Schilthorn tickets on-site, but it is recommended to buy your tickets online to ensure a hassle-free experience.
A. You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
A. Schilthorn is the highest-altitude skiing area in the Bernese Oberland which is a part of the Jungfrau Ski Region.
A. Schilthorn is famous as a popular skiing region as well as for the revolving restaurant, Piz Gloria where Bond's famous movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service was shot.
A. James Bond's On Her Majesty's Secret Service was filmed at Schilthorn
A. You can walk on the Thrill Walk, a glass-bottomed walkway, and visit Piz Gloria, the revolving restaurant where the Bond movie was filmed.
A. Some of the highlights of Schilthorn are Piz Gloria, Sckiing Region and Thrill Walk
A. There are many activities that you can try at Schilthorn, starting from skiing to paragliding, snowboarding, and more.
A. From Schilthorn, you can view upto 200 alpine peaks, including the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau, as well as a number of mounts in the Bernese and Valais Alps.
Yes, Schilthorn is definitely worth a visit with its amazing skinng and snowboarding slopes
A. The uphill journey from Stechelberg to Schilthorn starts is from 7.55 AM - 3.55 PM. While the last downhill journey is at 4.55 AM. This timing can vary depending on the weather conditions.
A. The best time to visit Schilthorn is in the winter months, starting from December to January if you want to explore snow activities. The summer can be a great time to visit for light adventure activities and scenic views.
A. You will find snow in in Schilthorn all year round
A. 5-6 hours are enough to explore Schilthorn
The Schilthorn is a summit in Europe, in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland.
A. It takes around 25 minutes to reach Schilthorn from Interlaken
A. No you cannot drive to Schilthorn as cars are not allowed and cable-cars are the only way of travelling.
A. The Schilthorn has limited wheelchair accessibility. While the cable cars and elevator are wheelchair accessible, there may still be some difficulties for wheelchair users due to the mountainous terrain and some areas with stairs.
A. Yes, Schilthorn is suitable for the elderly as long as they don't have any severe mobility issues
A. Yes, Schilthorn is a great place to take your kids to.