Nice scenery, traditions and history | Lenk-Simmental

Valley & villages

Rolling countryside and sun-kissed mountain terraces

The Stockhorn and its impressive panoramic view
The Stockhorn and its impressive panoramic view

Erlenbach

The first highlight in Simmental. The Stockhorn at 2’190 m offers a fantastic view from Lake Thun to the Jura – and even further on a clear day.

Church of Därstetten
Church of Därstetten

Weissenburg-Därstetten

The European aristocracy came here to have fun and rest. Ruins bear witness to this period.

The little paradise in the middle of the Simmental
The little paradise in the middle of the Simmental

Oberwil

The unspoilt landscape of Oberwil invites you to go hiking in summer. Skiers will find ski slopes in the nearby Rossberg ski area.

Mittagflue in Boltigen
Mittagflue in Boltigen

Boltigen-Jaunpass

In summer, Boltigen is the starting point for exploring a landscape of marshes. In winter, the ski area and cross-country ski slopes satisfy both young and old.

Small but cute – the mountain village St. Stephan and Matten
Small but cute – the mountain village St. Stephan and Matten

St. Stephan & Matten

A beautiful place for hikers and nature lovers – an ideal start for hiking or skiing tours.

The village of Lenk with the Wildstrubel
The village of Lenk with the Wildstrubel

Lenk

The village of Lenk lies at 1’068 m, in front of the Wildstrubel. This holiday resort is undoubtedly located in the most beautiful head of the Alps.