More than 60,000 marked hiking trails and 20,000 cycle routes make it easy to actively discover every corner of Switzerland - alone, with family or friends. The country is particularly inviting to explore the unique peaks and elevations by bike. The tour leads to the Seebergsee through the idyllic Bernese Oberland. After a medium-difficult pass ascent, mountain bikers reach the picturesquely situated Seebergsee, which is embedded in the breathtaking Swiss mountains at about 1800 m above sea level.
If, on the other hand, you want to see its "celebrities" on your bike tour through the Bernese Oberland, you are in good hands on the circuit over the Grüenenberg Pass. The tour offers a unique view of the triumvirate Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau as well as Lake Thun in the foreground. The best starting point for exploring its glacier area is Grindelwald or Adelboden.