Route: Kemmeriboden – Salwideli – Rossweid. 11km, 600m up, 140m down. Duration without breaks approx 4h. Level: medium
Organised by: Katerina (speaks EN and CZ und a bit of DE)
About the hike
Join us on our first hike in 2023. We will be hiking on the borders of canton Luzern and Bern, overlooking Schrattenfluh and Brienzer Rothorn range.
We meet around 10:15 on Sunday morning at the bus stop Kemmeriboden where we begin our ascent towards Rossweid. Our trail takes us to Emme and Bärselbach stream, around the Chüblisbüel summit and along Schneebergli. The region is dominated by rock faces that are steeped in legend. Our hike ends at Berghaus Rossweid from where we take a cable car down to Sörenberg.
Please note this hike is not a round tour therefore I strongly advice you to use a public transportation. Previous experience with hiking in snow and medium fitness level is expected. This hike requires hiking water proof shoes as the snow situation is quite tragic this year and we can’t really predict what awaits us.
Public transportation info (distance and price):
– Cable car price CHF 12/ CHF 6 (Halbtax, GA)
– Zürich ca. 2h, CHF 40
– Luzern ca. 1h 15min, CHF 20
– Bern ca. 1h 30min, CHF 27
You can find more info about the tour below on our Komoot profile:
How to sign up
To register, please fill out the form below. Please note that your registration is binding. The places are limited to max. 15 ppl. After your registration you will soon receive a confirmation and a message from the organizer Katerina.
IMPORTANT: If you are unexpectedly unable to attend, please let us know by January 13th at the latest, so that we can give others from the waiting list the opportunity to come along. Participants who cancel on shorter notice will be excluded from future events. We strive to offer our events free of charge and invest a lot of our free time in these events (we are all volunteers), but unfortunately we have experienced many no-shows/no-responses or super last-minute cancellations in recent years, which is demotivating for the organizers. Therefore, we had to establish this rule.
Disclaimer / please note
The hike is free of charge, but our organizers are always happy to receive a small tip via TWINT for their volunteer work (organizing a hike takes about three days of effort). The number will be announced after registration. Food and drinks are not included in our hikes and must be brought by yourself. Participation is at your own risk and responsibility, as we are only a volunteer community of friends and not an official tour provider. You are therefore asked to agree to a disclaimer below when registering. You can also find more info in our FAQ.