Enjoy the silence of the mountain world and head for the Spillgerte nature reserve. As soon as you reach the "Alpetli", it's worth pausing every now and then to look at the rocks of the "Seehore" with your binoculars. Can you spot the ibexes and chamois? From "Scheidegg" you are in the municipal area of Zweisimmen. After the climb along the "Fromatt" ridge, you have completed the most strenuous part of the hike. A short snack at the Stierenberg mountain inn is almost obligatory. Continue around the "Muntiggalm" to the popular lake Seeberg: the lake surrounded by rockslide boulders, stone pines, spruces and dwarf shrubs is your last stop before the upcoming descent. The popular excursion destination is very busy on peak days - as soon as you discover it, you know why.
On your return to the starting point, enjoy the mountain panorama to the full: You will hardly find a more varied landscape on a high-altitude hike.
Follow the trail from "Senggiweid" via "Würzi" to "Alpetli". From here you reach pass "Scheidegg" and follow the mountain trail via "Fromatt" to the Stierenberg mountain inn. Around the "Muntiggalm" or as a shortcut on the direct route, you now reach the popular Seeberg lake. Up and down you will soon reach the vantage point Stand. Zigzagging over the "Weeri", you finally reach the starting point along the Albert Schweitzer path. The trail is marked with yellow direction signs or with trail markings as a mountain trail.
A small section of the trail below the "Alpetli" area leads through a summer pasture with yaks. Please follow the local instructions.
Motorway A6 Bern direction Zweisimmen, 1 km after the Simmenfluhtunnel turn left direction Diemtigtal. Follow the Diemtigtal road into the valley for 19 km in the direction of Schwenden, Grimmialp.
Paid parking is available directly at the starting point.
By train to Oey-Diemtigen. Then by PostBus to the stop "Grimmialp, Hotel Spillgerten" (terminus). From here a short walk (approx. 5 min.) to Senggiweid, direction of the Grimmimutz adventure trail.
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