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Niederhorn, Beatenberg

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The Niederhorn is a peak of the Emmental Alps in the Bernese Oberland near Beatenberg. It is the peak farthest west in the Güggis ridge. From its summit you can see Lake Thun and the entire Bernese Alps.An aerial cable car to the summit was completed in 1946 with a restaurant and children's playground at the top. Today the summit can be reached by the Seilbahnen Beatenberg-Niederhorn, a more modern gondola lift that runs from the village of Beatenberg, where it connects with the Thunersee–Beatenberg Bahn, a funicular with connections to the shipping services on Lake Thun.
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  • Who's ever been on the Niederhorn knows what I'm talking about. The views of Lake Thun with view to the sneezing and the Bernese 4000 is just terrific. But the opposite is just as impressive. Justis Valley. What for a beautiful valley, invites to the go hiking ♥️
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  • Catching the cable car half way or all the way up is fun, walk half way up, or get the car all the way and walk down, lovely views and walks once on top  more »
  • The view is beautiful while hiking , you can see the mountain and the lake on the other side . Though better not going to beatenburg during march since most of the facilities are closed during march t...  more »