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Lenk in the Simmental
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Stage 16, Lenk–Gstaad
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Stage 15, Adelboden–Lenk
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Lenk in the Simmental

Lenk in the Simmental

The village of Lenk lies right at the top of the Simmental in the Bernese Oberland, in a wide, flat valley against probably the most beautiful mountain backdrop in the Alps, the Wildstrubel. Wooden Simmental chalets as well as Alpine and mountain farming are typical for the green, tradition-steeped valley.
The village lies at 1,068 m a.s.l., while the highest peak is the Wildstrubel at 3,244 m a.s.l. In the winter, the Ski area «Adelboden-Lenk… dänk!» is popular and outdoor experiences can be enjoyed in the spring, summer and autumn.

The tranquil holiday location has around 2,300 inhabitants and can be reached by car or train. The use of the local bus network is free for guests staying overnight.

Summer

In summer, Simmental is a valley of water with imposing waterfalls. The source of the river Simme, the «Sibe Brünne» (seven springs) and the Iffigfall waterfall are wonders of natural beauty. The green valley offers gentle walking paths and demanding mountain hikes. Modern cable cars will transport hikers, bikers or paragliders up the mountain. The cable car is included when staying at a hotel in the summer.

The valley is characterised by Alpine and mountain farming, and the inhabitants are proud of their traditions and origins. This is celebrated with the AlpKultur® brand.

Winter

In winter, Lenk and the Simmental offer a wide selection of sports activities and relaxation options. Skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, skating, figure-skating or curling on the artificial ice rink.

Those that prefer some peace and quiet can go on long walks along the river Simme or do some winter hiking on the mountain.

Highlights

  • Stand-Xpress: Take the 10-person gondola to Metschstand at 2,100 m a.s.l., with its 360° panoramic view.
  • Betelberg: Take the gondola to local Lenk mountain - the Leiterli - at 1,943 m a.s.l.
  • Stockhorn: Take the gondola up the Stockhorn to 2,190 m a.s.l., with its panorama platform.
  • Ski area of Adelboden-Lenk… dänk! 70 cable cars and lifts and 205 kilometres of pistes. 60% of the main pistes are covered in artificial snow.
  • Over 600 km of walking and hiking paths at Lenk and Simmental.
  • AlpKultur®: Authentic, typical and original experiences related to the history of Simmental and Alpine and mountain farming.
  • «Sibe Brünne» (seven springs) and waterfall Simmenfälle: The source of the river Simme, which gives the valley its name, crashes over a mighty limestone wall into seven springs.
  • Enjoyment and relaxation at the Lenkerhof gourmet spa resort.
The village of Lenk lies right at the top of the Simmental in the Bernese Oberland, in a wide, flat valley against probably the most beautiful mountain backdrop in the Alps, the Wildstrubel. Wooden Simmental chalets as well as Alpine and mountain farming are typical for the green, tradition-steeped valley.
The village lies at 1,068 m a.s.l., while the highest peak is the Wildstrubel at 3,244 m a.s.l. In the winter, the Ski area «Adelboden-Lenk… dänk!» is popular and outdoor experiences can be enjoyed in the spring, summer and autumn.

The tranquil holiday location has around 2,300 inhabitants and can be reached by car or train. The use of the local bus network is free for guests staying overnight.

Summer

In summer, Simmental is a valley of water with imposing waterfalls. The source of the river Simme, the «Sibe Brünne» (seven springs) and the Iffigfall waterfall are wonders of natural beauty. The green valley offers gentle walking paths and demanding mountain hikes. Modern cable cars will transport hikers, bikers or paragliders up the mountain. The cable car is included when staying at a hotel in the summer.

The valley is characterised by Alpine and mountain farming, and the inhabitants are proud of their traditions and origins. This is celebrated with the AlpKultur® brand.

Winter

In winter, Lenk and the Simmental offer a wide selection of sports activities and relaxation options. Skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, skating, figure-skating or curling on the artificial ice rink.

Those that prefer some peace and quiet can go on long walks along the river Simme or do some winter hiking on the mountain.

Highlights

  • Stand-Xpress: Take the 10-person gondola to Metschstand at 2,100 m a.s.l., with its 360° panoramic view.
  • Betelberg: Take the gondola to local Lenk mountain - the Leiterli - at 1,943 m a.s.l.
  • Stockhorn: Take the gondola up the Stockhorn to 2,190 m a.s.l., with its panorama platform.
  • Ski area of Adelboden-Lenk… dänk! 70 cable cars and lifts and 205 kilometres of pistes. 60% of the main pistes are covered in artificial snow.
  • Over 600 km of walking and hiking paths at Lenk and Simmental.
  • AlpKultur®: Authentic, typical and original experiences related to the history of Simmental and Alpine and mountain farming.
  • «Sibe Brünne» (seven springs) and waterfall Simmenfälle: The source of the river Simme, which gives the valley its name, crashes over a mighty limestone wall into seven springs.
  • Enjoyment and relaxation at the Lenkerhof gourmet spa resort.

Arrival and return Lenk in the Simmental

Adresse

Lenk-Simmental Tourismus AG
Rawilstrasse 3
3775 Lenk
Tel. +41 (0) 33 736 35 35
info@lenk-simmental.ch
www.lenk-simmental.ch

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Lenk in the Simmental
Via Alpina
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Stage 16, Lenk–Gstaad
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Stage 15, Adelboden–Lenk
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Wallbachschlucht
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Route 313, Lenk, Betelberg–Lenk
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