Winter Alpine Adventure

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Destination: Switzerland, Bern, Interlaken

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  • 5 hours 30 minutes
  • Interlaken
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Cancellable


Discover a part of Switzerland many tourists never get to see! Enjoy stunning scenery and take in fresh alpine air as you hike the marked snowshoe trail in Sulwald and sled down the track to Isenfluh with your guide leading the way. Before your sled descent, you'll stop for a traditional swiss fondue meal at the local mountain restaurant. Scenery, snow, adventure, and melted cheese... this tour has it all!


Escape the crowds and connect with nature. This tour begins with a snowshoe hike along quiet, untouched mountain trails high above the Lauterbrunnen valley. Stop for a traditional Swiss cheese fondue lunch at a charming mountain restaurant, and then begin your exciting descent by sled. Zip past alpine meadows, frozen waterfalls, and enjoy panoramic views as you end an unforgettable day in the mountains.

Stop At:

• OUTDOOR - Interlaken Base, Hauptstrasse 15, Interlaken 3800 Switzerland

  • Snowshoes, poles and hiking boots
  • Sled
  • Fondue lunch and a drink
  • Transportation & Gondola ticket
  • Professional guide

  • Ski clothing, gloves and goggles (available to rent)
  • Gratuities
  • Food & drinks unless specified
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Minimum age 8 (under 12 only with adult supervision)
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
Departure Point

OUTDOOR - Interlaken Base, Hauptstrasse 15, 3800 Matten bei Interlaken, Switzerland

Departure Time

10:00 AM

Return Details

Returns to original departure point

Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


5 hours 30 minutes

For a full refund, cancel at least 3 days in advance of the start date of the experience.

User's Reviews


01 Feb, 2020

Looking at the wonderful views of the Alps with good people especially Judy, the sled activity have remained an unforgettable memory for me!


25 Jan, 2020

My husband, myself and 14 year old son did a sledding trip from Interlaken with OutdoorAdventure, our guide was an Irish guy called Allen. We had the best time! Our son has special needs and wasn’t able to operate a sled on his own. Allen linked up with him and took him all the way down with him (at a very slow and safe pace). This was amazing for me and my husband as we knew our son was safe and we were able to do a couple of fast runs on our own. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this company and especially Allen!

Hannah T

07 Mar, 2019

I went day sledding with Outdoor Interlaken and it was such a treat. We had a small group of only 4 of us which was very fun. Our tour guide, Sebastian, was beyond friendly and helpful. It was a great experience!


31 Jan, 2019

We had the BEST day doing this activity! I cant remember the name of our guide :( (Male, Swiss) But he was awesome, had a great time with him. Always hesitant to book group activities but i would have done this over and over again. Loved it!!!!!

Tess D

03 Jan, 2019

I will be honest in that I did not expect to have such a fabulous time, but this blew my expectations away! We were a small group (6 people, plus our fearless leader/host), and it felt very personal. We did the Daytime sledding/snowshoeing/fondue experience. We were picked up at our hotel (which sounded very formal, but was actually just a passenger van and a very informal/comfortable situation -- I don't think there is the possibility of missing the bus - they would have waited for us), then brought to the Outdoor Interlaken storefront to sign waivers, use the bathroom and rent or buy any gear we might have needed (coats, hats, gloves, sunscreen, etc). We then were driven up to our first stop, taken up a gondola with the gear we needed, and given a crash course in snowshoeing. The area in which you snowshoe and (day)sled [night sledding is a different course] is a very small community/farm or set of farms. It was very idyllic and beautiful. Our group had a range of people who were comfortable and not incredibly comfortable with a lot of physical activity, and it never felt to me (as a middle-of-the-spectrum gal) that we were rushed or imposing by slowing down. I personally fell behind a couple times and never felt bad about it. Our host knew an incredible amount about the area in general, so it was lovely to get more than just a trek through some woods (not like a fairy tale forest hike, more like wandering in about 20m and then out by a different path -- which I mention bc I had an image in my mind of a Black Forest adventure, and it was more like a normal woodsy hike) and around some hills. It was gorgeous and informative. The fondue was the best I daresay I have ever had. SO FRESH and plenty of bread. BE FOREWARNED: the price includes (1) 8oz drink, not including beer. If you would like to have beer or additional drinks (you probably will!) bring cash, as they only accept cash on the mountain. Halfway through the snowshoe tour you get to refill your water bottle with freshwater from a stream (and it is so pure that it is not a concern for drinking). The sledding portion was my favorite part, but I am a sucker for sledding anyway. It is a very long (30min? 40?) hike to the top of the hill, but then a fun ride down. You get the option of running it again (which we did). Highly recommend a go-pro camera, it's a great "track" and we regretted not being able to record it ourselves since you need all hands to actually sled. If you are worried about being too out of shape for this, do not worry. If you can climb a few flights of stairs in a row, then this would be doable, as you can take everything at your own pace. Remember sunscreen and sunglasses! You will spend most of the day out in the sun during the 11am-2pm hours. This IS an all-day adventure. We got back just before dinnertime, as the sun was setting (~4:30/5pm), and other satellite activities around Interlaken are shutting down at that point. Also - So Many kudos to our host Anna, who really made this trip special. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

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