Hi folks, I am going to Gimmelwald in this coming days and decided to stay there for 3days. Is it enough or too much? Cheers.
hello all..our arrival to Gimmelwald will b 28th October ,i will b with my husband and 3yrs old baby girl , hiking is not our prior ,we just want to enjoy the views of vill .Does Swiss pass work for gandola ? we will stay in Berne so is it possible to visit lautterbrunan ,wengen ,gimmelwald and lake Brienz possibly murren at one day ? and can u guys help me for the direction or fast track for these location ,how to get there?? in Lake Brienz there is no boat riding this time right? and how about Oct weather there..i mean will we b able to view fall colors??..thanx all its our first time there so your suggestion is what i will depend on..
travelling friday not to ski but to chill out and see the views eat some good food, rest and restore
how would you recommend we spend our time ( have partner who can share childcare)
What is the best way to travel From Nice (or Monaco), France to Gimmelwald, Switzerland?
Looking to save money AND time. Any suggestions appreciated!
Hi there, I live in Wiltshire England (near Stonehenge), I would like to find out If there are any camping sites very near to Gimmelwald and Kleine Scheidegg.
I know of Camping Jungfrau, but would like to know if there are any small camp sites nearer to Gimmelwald and Kleine Scheidegg.
Many thanks from Steve
My boyfriend and I are going to Europe in May/June. We read a tiny bit about Gimmelwald in one of Rick Steves books and now we think we want to work it into our trip. Does anyone have anymore info on where to stay cheap there and just basic info on the village itself? Anything would be helpful cuz were not totally sure that we want to go their yet anyway. Thanks
Hi- Would like to see Swiss village of Gimmelwald high in the Alps during first week November. How much snow will be on the ground. Will I still be able to hike down to Lauterbrunnen Valley? Fidinoir