Via Ferrata, fixed rope route
Mürren - Gimmelwald
The ultimate adrenalin rush
Marching along the steep rock face secured by a rope is the ultimate adrenaline kick. The special thing: The via ferrata leads down from Mürren to Gimmelwald, not up. The spectacular view of the Bernese four-thousand-metre peaks is included free of charge. High above the Lauterbrunnen Valley on the Mürren viewing terrace, the via ferrata begins, leading over a steep cliff.
The climb takes about 2.5 to 3 hours. The degree of difficulty is for beginners (K3).
The via ferrata is only open in summer from June to October from 9 am to 6 pm every day.
In order to protect the wildlife, the via ferrata may not be used in the other months.
The via ferrata can be done without a guide and free of charge.
Guided tours are offered twice a day (09.10 am 2.10 pm. Duration: 3-4h) by GrwindelwaldSports.
4-8 participants, CHF 135 per person. Individual bookings are also possible.
Book online or call: +41 33 854 12 80
- Climbing harness
- Via ferrata set (two carabiners incl. fall protection)
- Good footwear
- Gloves (even on warm days the metal can be cold and rough)
As the fall protection devices are only effective with a certain weight, we recommend a body weight of between 40 and 120 kg for all those who get on the via ferrata.
The 2.2 km long footbridge consists of various steel elements that were fixed to the rock and other surfaces.
Through the attached steel rope, you can secure yourself on the route with the carabiners of the via ferrata set.
You walk along footpaths, metal steps, ladders and bridges stretched across the abyss.
If you want to use the Tyrolienne, you have to book a guided tour.
Clean-up and securing work is carried out shortly before the opening.