601 Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass
601 Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass

Winter hiking

Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass

Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass

Sörenberg–Totmoos–Talstation Brienzer Rothorn–Sörenberg

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Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass

Rundwanderweg Glaubenbielenpass

In winter, when the panorama road on the Glaubenbielen Pass is closed, you can experience pure nature here. The view of the Rothorn chain and the traces of wild animals in the snow make you forget about everyday life. The landslide area, which is clearly visible on this route, is also very exciting.
The sporting hike starts in the village of Sörenberg. At first you go leisurely from the village center up to the indoor swimming pool and to the last house. From here, the trail becomes more and more immersed in nature.

After the rather leisurely start, two steeper sections follow before reaching the Schwendeli/Totmoos plateau. On this route you still can see the extent of the landslide near Sörenberg. The Laui Sörenberg area is a prehistoric landslide area. In 1910, about 1.5 million m³ of material thundered 40 meters down the mountain and remained loose. During rainfall there is always the danger that deposited debris slides into the valley as mudslide.

On the snow-covered panorama road, which is closed to traffic in winter, you can reach the «Bödili» via Emmenwald and the Schönenboden valley station of the Brienzer Rothorn aerial cableway. Our tip: a detour to the «höchsten Luzerner» is worthwhile from here. The Brienzer Rothorn (2,350 m above sea level) offers a panoramic view of 693 mountain peaks. Back at the valley station, follow the winter hiking trail along Waldemme back to the village of Sörenberg.
In winter, when the panorama road on the Glaubenbielen Pass is closed, you can experience pure nature here. The view of the Rothorn chain and the traces of wild animals in the snow make you forget about everyday life. The landslide area, which is clearly visible on this route, is also very exciting.
The sporting hike starts in the village of Sörenberg. At first you go leisurely from the village center up to the indoor swimming pool and to the last house. From here, the trail becomes more and more immersed in nature.

After the rather leisurely start, two steeper sections follow before reaching the Schwendeli/Totmoos plateau. On this route you still can see the extent of the landslide near Sörenberg. The Laui Sörenberg area is a prehistoric landslide area. In 1910, about 1.5 million m³ of material thundered 40 meters down the mountain and remained loose. During rainfall there is always the danger that deposited debris slides into the valley as mudslide.

On the snow-covered panorama road, which is closed to traffic in winter, you can reach the «Bödili» via Emmenwald and the Schönenboden valley station of the Brienzer Rothorn aerial cableway. Our tip: a detour to the «höchsten Luzerner» is worthwhile from here. The Brienzer Rothorn (2,350 m above sea level) offers a panoramic view of 693 mountain peaks. Back at the valley station, follow the winter hiking trail along Waldemme back to the village of Sörenberg.
10 km | 1 Stage
440 m | 440 m
3 h 35 min
medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Sörenberg, Post
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Season

Winter season
The winter season is usually from beginning of December to beginning of April.
Snow report
Latest information on the snow situation: Snow report of the Bergbahnen Sörenberg.
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Hints

Special rates for pedestrians
During the entire winter season, pedestrians can travel to and from the Brienzer Rothorn for just CHF 10.

Contact

Sörenberg Flühli Tourismus
Rothornstrasse 21
6174 Sörenberg
Tel. +41 (0)41 488 11 85
info@soerenberg.ch
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Mooraculum Sörenberg Entlebuch
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Signalization

Signalization
For winter hiking, follow the logo indicated on the pink signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
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