It’s time to enjoy another hike together! Are you in on Sunday 17th (new date) in the area of Melchsee-Frutt?

Hiking level: Intermediate/Intense

Hosted by: Katerina

Route: Melchsee Frutt – Tannensee – Tannalp – Engstlenalp – Engstlensee – Jochpass – Trübsee

About the hike

This popular route between Melchsee-Frutt and Engelberg is considered to be one of the most beautiful hikes in Central Switzerland. From the very start a mythical world of mountains and lakes unfolds before your eyes. We will be hiking around four lake (Melchsee, Tannensee, Engstlensee and Trübsee). On our way we will be able to enjoy breathtaking views of the Bernese Alps and at the end Mount Titlis. The four lake hike is rather intense alpine hike with one challenging ascent and descent. We recommend for this hike good hiking shoes with a good grip and proper equipment. Please also bring enough water and food/snacks. Important: This hike is longer/more intense, so you need to have a good fitness level and know your limits!

Distance: 15km
Height: from 1,899m to 2,206m above sea level
Difference in altitude: ascent 640m/descent 760m
Hiking time: 5 hours

How to sign up

To participate please sign up via email with our host Katerina (katerina@swissmountaingirls.ch) and we will provide further information prior to the event. Max number of participants: 15 girls 🙂 IMPORTANT: It can always be the case that something unexpected happens. Please just note that we put a lot of effort into organising this day. Should you not make it, kindly let us know latest by latest July 19th, so we can give other girls the chance to join us. Participants that cancel more short-termed can be excluded from future events. Unfortunately we had to set up this rule after some negative experiences in the past. But of course we hope to see you there!!

Disclaimer / Please note

Food and beverage are excluded. You participate on your own risk & responsibility as we are just a volunteer community of friends and no company. You will be asked at the event to sign a liability exclusion.

Categories: Past hikes

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