Mürren and Schilthorn Mountain Peak Accessible Gondola Tour
Sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views as you make your way through the beautiful Swiss landscape on board an accessible train. On this Mürren and Schilthorn Mountain Peak Accessible Gondola Tour you’ll experience valleys, forests, rivers, and waterfalls gushing down from the several hundred meters high vertical cliffs. This is a tour you won’t soon forget!
Start your day by meeting your friendly, knowledgeable English-speaking guide at the Interlaken Ost Train Station. From here you’ll board the accessible train and head out to the Swiss mountain village of Mürren. Sitting at the foot of the Schilthorn peak, at an elevation of 1,638 meters (5,374ft), this charming village is a popular spot for visitors from all over the world. Next you’ll take an accessible gondola (cable car) for a memorable ride from Stechelberg up to the 2970-meter Schilthorn summit, where you’ll experience some of the most breathtaking views you’ll ever see, including Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and more than 200 other summits.
At the end of your day filled with spectacular nature, fresh air and adventure, you’ll be escorted back to Interlaken via accessible train joined by your private tour guide.
- Accessible train, bus and gondola tour routes, confirmed to be wheelchair accessible
- 6-hours with a private guide to help you navigate the transportation system
- Lively commentary by your local English speaking tour guide
- A memorable, firsthand sightseeing experience of the spectacular views of the Swiss Alps!
- Lauterbrunnen Valley
- Train ride through the Swiss magnificent landscape
- The cliff-top village of Mürren
- Gondola (cable car) ride above the Swiss valleys
- Views of the Swiss Alps in all directions from the Schilthorn mountain peak
- James Bond 007 displays which was filmed her for On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
I gave the Mürren and Schilthorn Mountain Peak Accessible Gondola Tour a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating which is our highest accessibility rating. It uses step-free routes throughout the tour, and the transportation system of a train, a bus, and four gondolas means that disabled tour participants don’t have to walk/roll long distances. The terrain is generally flat, and the tour has been designed to include accessible rest rooms along the way.
This tour uses an accessible train (shown below on the left) and a bus with a wheelchair ramp (shown below on the right)
Multiple gondolas are also used during this accessible tour. They have step-free access to board them (shown below).
Your tour guide will lead you along an accessible route that includes elevators (shown below on the left) and wheelchair accessible restrooms (shown below on the right).
The observation deck on Schilthorn (shown below on the left) and the town of Mürren (shown below on the right) are primarily flat. Mürren does have some hills where manual wheelchair users might want assistance.
There is beautiful scenery in all directions, so get your camera ready!
Another excellent tour to also take is the Accessible Jungfraujoch Glacier and Top of Europe Tour. If you are looking for a shorter accessible tour you may be interested in the Wheelchair Accessible Private Tour of Interlaken Town.
Tour Duration: 6 hours
Cost: 565 CHF for 1-2 people, 590 CHF for 3-4 people, 615 CHF for 5 – 6 people, 640 CHF for 7-8 people.
* 20 CHF off if booked as part of an accessible Interlaken travel package
Meeting place: Your friendly tour guide will meet you at Interlaken Ost Train Station in front of the small Coop supermarket.
Meeting time:Morning 7:45 or 8:45 AM
Days offered: 7 days a week (All year)
Maximum number of people on tour: 15 (including max. 2 wheelchair users)
Entrance Tickets: Not needed
Public Transport Tickets: Not included but can be pre-purchased, pricing approx. 122 CHF per person but depends on the season.
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Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities, and public transport costs.
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