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Trubschachen
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 4, Trubschachen–Marbach
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Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 3, Napf–Trubschachen
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Trubschachen
Emmental–Entlebuch
Emmental–Entlebuch
Stage 2, Burgdorf–Escholzmatt
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Herzschlaufe Napf
Herzschlaufe Napf
Stage 2, Langnau–Entlebuch
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Erlebnis Tour
Erlebnis Tour
Route 777, Langnau–Langnau
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Trubschachen
Trubschachen

Trubschachen

Trubschachen in the Upper Emmental valley is a gateway to the Napf Region, a landscape with hills, deep gorges and streams. Trubschachen is also well known as the home of the Kambly biscuit factory and outlet shop.
The Upper Emmental village of Trubschachen lies at an altitude of 730 metres on the Ilfis, a branch river of the Emme, not far from the cantonal border between Bern and Lucerne. It is on the main road from Bern to Lucerne and home to the well known biscuit manufacturer Kambly, which has a factory shop on the main road.

Trubschachen is the starting point for excursions into the Napf Region, a circular landscape straddling the intersection of the Emmental and Entlebuch regions with its landmark hill the Napf, peaking at 1406 metres altitude. Millennia of erosion have carved deep gorges through the landscape with streams that can be panned for gold. The Napf region is a popular hiking and leisure area bedded in a sparsely populated undulating landscape dotted with farmhouses and hamlets. One of the many trails to the Napf peak is the boundary path Grenzpfad Napfbergland; it leads from Trubschachen along crests high above the Fankhausgraben to the summit.

The hilly topography of the Emmental demands a certain level of fitness from hikers and mountain bikers. A less arduous way of exploring this landscape is by hiring a Flyer at the Gasthof Bären in Trubschachen. These silent and powerful electro-bicycles are ideal for excursions. The Gasthof Bären appears in records dating from 1356; it is said to be the oldest inn of this name in the country.

Other attractions in Trubschachen and surrounding areas include the statue of a female traveller «Die Reisende» by the Chur sculptor Robert Indermaur (b. 1947) at the railway station, a nature theme path, the Sieben-Brüggli-Weg leading from the railway station to the Steinbach stream and the Ilfisbad lido for summer bathing. In winter, several prepared cross-country ski runs lead from Langnau to Trub and there are plenty of winter-walking opportunities.

Highlights

  • Kambly factory shop – each and every one of the famed Kambly biscuit flavours can be tasted here.
  • Trub – neighbouring village in the direction of the Napf peak, site of the former Benedictine monastery Trub and setting for the film «Late Bloomers».
  • Napf – excursion mountain without road access dominating the hill-and-dale Emmental landscape. Lovely hiking region.
Trubschachen in the Upper Emmental valley is a gateway to the Napf Region, a landscape with hills, deep gorges and streams. Trubschachen is also well known as the home of the Kambly biscuit factory and outlet shop.
The Upper Emmental village of Trubschachen lies at an altitude of 730 metres on the Ilfis, a branch river of the Emme, not far from the cantonal border between Bern and Lucerne. It is on the main road from Bern to Lucerne and home to the well known biscuit manufacturer Kambly, which has a factory shop on the main road.

Trubschachen is the starting point for excursions into the Napf Region, a circular landscape straddling the intersection of the Emmental and Entlebuch regions with its landmark hill the Napf, peaking at 1406 metres altitude. Millennia of erosion have carved deep gorges through the landscape with streams that can be panned for gold. The Napf region is a popular hiking and leisure area bedded in a sparsely populated undulating landscape dotted with farmhouses and hamlets. One of the many trails to the Napf peak is the boundary path Grenzpfad Napfbergland; it leads from Trubschachen along crests high above the Fankhausgraben to the summit.

The hilly topography of the Emmental demands a certain level of fitness from hikers and mountain bikers. A less arduous way of exploring this landscape is by hiring a Flyer at the Gasthof Bären in Trubschachen. These silent and powerful electro-bicycles are ideal for excursions. The Gasthof Bären appears in records dating from 1356; it is said to be the oldest inn of this name in the country.

Other attractions in Trubschachen and surrounding areas include the statue of a female traveller «Die Reisende» by the Chur sculptor Robert Indermaur (b. 1947) at the railway station, a nature theme path, the Sieben-Brüggli-Weg leading from the railway station to the Steinbach stream and the Ilfisbad lido for summer bathing. In winter, several prepared cross-country ski runs lead from Langnau to Trub and there are plenty of winter-walking opportunities.

Highlights

  • Kambly factory shop – each and every one of the famed Kambly biscuit flavours can be tasted here.
  • Trub – neighbouring village in the direction of the Napf peak, site of the former Benedictine monastery Trub and setting for the film «Late Bloomers».
  • Napf – excursion mountain without road access dominating the hill-and-dale Emmental landscape. Lovely hiking region.

Arrival and return Trubschachen

Adresse

Emmental Tourismus
Bahnhofstrasse 14
3401 Burgdorf
Tel. +41 (0)34 402 42 52
info@emmental.ch
www.emmental.ch

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B+B Trubschachen
B+B Trubschachen
Trubschachen
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Kambly Experience
Kambly Experience
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Trubschachen
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 4, Trubschachen–Marbach
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Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 3, Napf–Trubschachen
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Cycling in

Trubschachen
Emmental–Entlebuch
Emmental–Entlebuch
Stage 2, Burgdorf–Escholzmatt
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Herzschlaufe Napf
Herzschlaufe Napf
Stage 2, Langnau–Entlebuch
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Erlebnis Tour
Erlebnis Tour
Route 777, Langnau–Langnau
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