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Schilthorn – 360° panorama with the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau

Explore the world of James Bond in the Schilthorn – Piz Gloria restaurant

The mountain panorama on the Schilthorn is worth the cable car trip in winter or summer. From Birg station you can go on the adventurous Thrill Walk or relax on the Allmendhubel. Learn more about how the film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” was made in “Bond World”. Follow in the footsteps of James Bond in the Schilthorn’s Piz Gloria restaurant!

By train to the summit and the Piz Gloria

The cable car takes you from Stechelberg to the summit of the Schilthorn, at 2970 m above sea level, in 30 minutes. Once at the top, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the UNESCO World Heritage Jungfrau-Aletsch with the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau as well as 200 other mountain peaks from the Skyline View Platform. On a clear day, you can even see the Mont Blanc range and the Black Forest. There are three lounges on the Schilthorn ridge from which you can enjoy the view in peace and quiet. Fancy holding some snow in your hands even in summer? Well, you can on the north slope of the Schilthorn.

The world of James Bond on the Schilthorn

Visit the interactive exhibition “Bond World” and learn more about how the film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” was made. You can watch the key scenes shot on the Schilthorn, with George Lazenby as Agent 007, on a big screen in the Bond Cinema, or you can head to the “007 Walk of Fame”, where the actors of the legendary film immortalised themselves by way of handprints.

360° Piz Gloria restaurant

Restaurant in der Abendstimmung auf dem Schilthorn mit Panoramablick

Enjoy a satisfying brunch, a delicious lunch or a snack in the slowly revolving 360° Piz Gloria restaurant. An unforgettable experience – admire the 360° panorama during your meal as the restaurant turns completely on its axis every 45 minutes. Delicious regional dishes taste even better with such a wonderful view. Looking for something quick to satisfy your hunger? The Skyline Take Away offers hot and cold dishes as well as snacks. You can also hire this space for an event for up to 150 people.

Start your mountain adventure at Birg station

Mädchen läuft über Steg auf dem Thrill Walk mit Blick auf Bergpanorama

It’s well worth making a stop at Birg station at 2677 m above sea level. Go on the Skyline Walk or the Thrill Walk at around 1000 m above the village of Mürren. Enjoy the panorama on the Skyline Walk and stand on a glass platform and look down. For the brave, the Thrill Walk offers a unique experience. Just below the sun terrace is a 200-m-long rock trail that runs along the vertical walls of the imposing rock massif. Why not enjoy a meal in the Bistro Birg and enjoy the wonderful view from its large sun terrace? In winter, you can also indulge in culinary delights in the Igloo Village. How about a fondue in the igloo or a hot drink at the igloo bar? The Schilthorn’s Igloo Village is easy to reach on foot or via the ski slope. In winter, Birg is the centre of the skiing region and in summer, it’s an ideal starting point for your hike in the fascinating world of the mountains.

Magnificent hiking area and versatile skiing region

Kuh blickt auf blühender Alpweide in die Kamera

Did you know that the Schilthorn is the highest skiing region in the Bernese Oberland? Snowboard or ski down the steepest slope or have fun in the Snowpark. From winter hikes to sledge safaris, everything is possible at the Schilthorn in winter.  Learn to ski or snowboard at the Mürren-Schilthorn Ski School. The Schilthorn region is a hiking paradise in summer. Discover the Flower Trail on the Allmendhubel or venture onto the imposing via ferrata on the Mürrenfluh.

Relax and enjoy nature on the Allmendhubel

Blumenwiese mit Bergrestaurant Allmendhubel und Bergen im Hintergrund

Take time out to admire nature on the Allmendhubel, 1907 m above sea level and situated close to the Schilthorn. Mürren’s nearest mountain can be reached in four minutes by funicular railway and is a wonderful excursion destination for families and nature lovers. Stop for a bite to eat in the rustic Panorama Restaurant Allmendhubel and admire the view of the famous Three Peaks (Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau). While you’re sitting in the restaurant, your children can let off steam in the Flower Park adventure playground. The playground at the Allmendhubel is a fantasy world of enormous alpine flowers, grasses and oversized insects. Fancy finding out more about the flowers of the mountains? Take the Flower Trail and discover over 150 mountain flower species such as edelweiss, alpine roses and gentians. Enjoy an experience for all the senses in the clear mountain air.

Your highlights at a glance

  • 360° panorama from the Skyline viewing platform with views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau

  • Revolving 360° Piz Gloria restaurant

  • Bond World interactive exhibition

  • Thrill Walk and Skyline Walk at Birg Station

  • Flower Park adventure playground and Flower Trail adventure trail on the Allmendhubel

To ensure that your trip is perfect in every way, please note

  • It takes around an hour and a half to get from Interlaken Ost railway station to the Schilthorn

  • Allow at least five hours for a trip to the Schilthorn

  • Please note the operating hours, which are revised every April and November

  • Ensure that you know the time of the last descent

  • Dress appropriately for the weather conditions and protect yourself from the sun

Personal tip

“I like the revolving 360° Piz Gloria restaurant on the Schilthorn. Delicious food with a view of the snow-covered mountain peaks tastes twice as good.”

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