On January 2 consistently, Interlaken is spooky by the covered figures of the Hardermann, his significant other and his band of adherents, the Potschen. Covered figures known as the Potschen go through the lanes, shouting and yelling, pulling onlookers along, and spreading ridicule dread and dread. The wellspring of this convention is a faction of the dead. In the past the conceal individuals spoke to the dead, who were offered a blessing to mollify them. After the convention prompted wild battles among the adolescent, individuals changed the custom in 1956. The alleged "Chummeln" was joined with the legend of the Harder Man, whose face is slashed into the stone of the Harder House Mountain.
The face looks down from the mountain, high above Interlaken. The legend of the Harder Man recounts a priest who attacked a young lady, who at that point bounced over the stone face. The priest's discipline was to look down onto the scene of his wrongdoing for a great many years. This is the way the present Harder-Potschete parade was conceived. Harder-Postschete, the parade is joined by Guggen Music, individuals from the Musical Society, Drummers Association, Trychler Formations cowbell players and ious kids' "Potscheni" veils. The relentlessly cut veils are all of wood and were independently cut by hand. After the customary Potschete "parade", individuals meet in the bars to associate in an amicable environment.