Gelmer Funicular

    Those looking for an adrenaline shot will get it here! A gradient of maximum 106% makes this the steepest funicular in Europe. Built to transport the heavy construction materials for the Gelmer dam, the funicular is today open for adventure-seeking  hikers and transports them up in no time up to 1860 m. above sea level. Once at the top, a walk around the turquoise coloured lake is a must, or a hike up to the Gelmer hut for some more spectacular views. 

    Adults return CHF 32.-
    Adults single CHF 16.-
    Children 6-16 return CHF 12.-
    Children 6-16 single CHF 6.-

    When travelling by public transport, you will receive a reduction of approx. 15%. The reduction is only valid when you buy the tickets at the point of sale of the transport lifts (bottom station). Reductions are not applicable for online tickets.

    Tickets are available at the Grimseltor Tourist Centre (up to 2h before your journey)  in Innertkirchen and at the bottom stations of the Gelmer Funicular.

    NEW: Tickets can also be purchased online
    Tickets can be purchased online until one day before your journey. The Tickets are valid for the ride and the calendar day that where specified when the ticket was purchased. Subsequent amendments, exchanges or refund of the purchase price are not possible.

    Important note: The purchased ticket-vouchers for upward and return rides have to be chanced at the cash-desk of the funicular at latest 15 min. before the ride, where you will be given a reserved time card for the lift.

    4 June till 16 October 2016

    Hours of Operation
    9 - 16 h   -  June, September, October
    9 - 17 h   -  July, August

    24 people

    Post Bus
    Bus stop Handegg, Gelmerbahn

    Handeck Bridge
    70 metres above the Handeck gorge,   the Handeck suspension bridge offers a fantastic view of the Handeck waterfall. The bridge connects the path from the Hotel Handeck to the bottom station of the Gelmer funicular.

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