Haslital in Summer Haslital region in the Bernese Oberland is a well-known and popular holiday region in the heart of Switzerland. The unique power of nature can be perceived in a new way in every season. Family-friendliness, varied leisure, and sports facilities, but also an awareness of tradition and cultural peculiarities are the characteristics of the holiday region in Switzerland.
The diverse landscape around the Haslital region attracts a wide variety of activities. Swimming pools, a climbing and tennis hall, as well as outdoor courts complete the on-site offer. However, nature itself offers the most popular activities: rock climbing, adventurous bike tours, a refreshing dip in the deep blue Lake Brienz, or in the Hasliberg bathing lake in front of a magnificent mountain backdrop in summer. On the Hasliberg there are also a variety of walking and mountain hiking routes. The highlight of the area is the Alpen Tower: the mountain restaurant with a beautiful view can be easily reached by gondola and is often used as a starting point for hikes. In addition, those interested in sports can pursue their hobby alone or meet in one of the numerous sports clubs. Whether you are a shooter, skier, climber, kick-boxer, gymnast, or soccer player: Hike in the Haslital.
The Meiringen-Hasliberg snow sports area provides a wide range of leisure activities in the cold season with steep pistes, fast toboggan runs, and long cross-country ski runs. Skiers enjoy the well-groomed pistes and both beginners and advanced skiers will get their money's worth here. The Skihäslital at the Bidmi mountain railway station is one of the most beautiful children's ski areas in the Alps.
Those who would like to take it easy can experience pure nostalgia during the summer months on the historic steam cog railway on a trip up the Brienzer Rothorn. In addition, the boat trip on Lake Brienz in summer offers a good alternative to the train connections towards Interlaken or invites you to take a relaxing trip, for example to the shores of the Giessbach Falls.
GauliseeThe Haslital has a diverse range of accommodations. It includes hotels of different classes, holiday apartments, and campsites, but also a Reka holiday village and several mountain huts. Due to the convenient location, the Haslital can be reached quickly and the location on the Grimsel Pass route has long helped the holiday region to engage in a lively exchange with other people and cultures. Accordingly, the people in the Haslital are considered open and hospitable. The population has been able to retain their sense of rural culture and tradition to this day: the Swiss Open-Air Museum in Ballenberg bears witness to this in an impressive way. There are also over 100 original, centuries-old buildings and around 250 native farm animals to see in the idyllic region.