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The Best Backpacking in Bettmeralp

Looking for the best backpacking in Bettmeralp? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Bettmeralp. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top backpacking spots in and near Bettmeralp

  • Kandersteg, Switzerland

    Oeschinensee Panorama Loop, Hohtürli, and Wildi frau

    10 mi / 3854 ft gain
    Brass Tax: Length – Variable by choice Elevation Gain – 3,584 ft Time – 4+ hours – 2 days Stay – 47-84$ / night Difficulty – Difficult Hohtürli in Swiss German means “High Little Door”. This pass sits at an elevation of 2,778 meters (9,114 feet) in the Bernese Oberland. Making it the highest pas...
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  • Bognanco, Italy

    Hike to Gattascosa hut and Camoscellahorn

    4.2 mi / 3290.7 ft gain
    The path that I'm suggesting here can be completed in full if you feel trained for a climb of 1000m but it can also be cut in half at the Monscera pass if you prefer something simpler and lighter. In any case, your excursion will give you great reward. From Domodossola follow directions to Bognan...
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  • Kandersteg, Switzerland

    Hike Oeschinensee Lake and Blumlisalp Hut

    4.0
    6 mi / 2000 ft gain
    Words and photos cannot accurately depict the beauty you will find in this area. The breathtaking emerald waters of Oeschinen Lake are the highlight of this incredible hike that requires little effort reach. The surrounding Alps provide and unbeatable backdrop, and in warmer months, multiple wate...
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  • Gündlischwand, Switzerland

    Trek in the Swiss Alps

    68 mi
    The Trek: Words cannot describe the unparalleled beauty and scenery you will experience on this trek. The journey starts at Schynige Platte where you get your first up-close glimpse of the Berner Oberland including the Eiger, Jungfrau, Monch, and Wetterhorn. From there you will wind up and down t...
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  • Kandersteg, Switzerland

    Hike over Bunderchrinde Pass in the Bernese Alps

    5.0
    10 mi / 4000 ft gain
    The hike starts in the town of Kandersteg and ends in the town of Adelboden. If you want to make it an out-and-back, you can hike from Kandersteg to Bunderchrinde Pass then back down.Getting to Kandersteg from any major city by train is easy. From the train station, follow the "yellow" signs to B...
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  • Leukerbad, Switzerland

    Hiking on Torrenthorn

    1862.2 mi / 2132.5 ft gain
    Start in the early morning by taking the cable way (either from Leukerbad or Flaschen valley station) to Rinderhütte. The trail from Rinderhütte to Torrenthorn is nicely done and well marked so you won't need to climb. However, depending on the amount of gear you have in your backpack it can be q...
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  • Leukerbad, Switzerland

    Hike to Lämmeren Cabin and Lake

    5 mi / 492.1 ft gain
    Take the cable way from Leukerbad to Gemmi Pass. Facing away from the mountain station (north), head left (west) and follow the track to "Lämmerenhütte" (Lämmeren Cabin). The track leads through a small tunnel that was once built by the Swiss Army.The tunnel leads to the glacier forefield of the ...
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  • Icogne, Switzerland

    Hike the Bisse du Ro to Lac de Tseuzier

    11.9 mi / 1387.8 ft gain
    The trail along the Bisse du Ro has its origins in the 15th-century Swiss villagers who painstakingly carved water canals out of the mountainsides in order to irrigate the farmlands of the Valais. It hugs the cliffs all the way to the Ertentse River, with stunning mountain panoramas across the va...
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  • Silenen, Switzerland

    Hike from Bristen to Sedrun via the Gotthard Tunnel

    10.6 mi / 4593.2 ft gain
    You start this hike at the Golzern-Talstation in the small town of Bristen in Canton Uri. As it is a point-to-point hike, I recommend to use public transportation. The journey from Amsteg to Bristen is already an adventure by itself: the road is so narrow that other vehicles cannot cross, so that...
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