Wilderswil on the southern edge of Interlaken is the northern end for a 115-year-old rack railroad that breezes into the Bernese Alps.
Notwithstanding its age the Schynige Platte Railway is as yet one of the most elevated lines in Switzerland, and obviously the vistas of pinnacles and mountain field are amazing.
The ultimate objective is Schynige Platte, an edge at 2,000 meters on the Schwarzhorn mountain.
There are adequate motivations to influence the excursion: To come to hope to down on Interlaken, which appears to be modest from up here, and to see mountains like Schreckhorn, the northernmost European crest more than 4,000 meters.
There's likewise an Alpine garden, with 650 blooming plants, another all encompassing eatery, and the edge is the trailhead for short and long climbs to see a greater amount of Eiger, Jungfrau and Mönch.