Bridge Tour – Lake Thun south shore



22.73 km long
Spiez and its surroundings are best explored by e-bike over bridges and on side roads.

This tour leads from Spiez railway station towards Thun as far as the first roundabout, where you turn left and follow the road to the petrol station just before the motorway slip road.  Turn right here and proceed in the direction of Lattigen, Gesigen. The route takes you alongside Spiez reservoir to Gesigen shooting range, and on through a motorway underpass. Continue along the unsurfaced road alongside the motorway. Soon you will cross the River Kander on the first spectacular bridge (Hanibrücke). Continue along the main road towards Wimmis. Cross the River Simme over a beautiful wooden bridge at Reutigen. The route back to Spiez winds its way through open country and alongside the Kander towards Mülenen. Crossing the Kander again, ride on towards Spiez through quiet residential areas in Spiezwiler and on side roads to the Niesen Bridge, and from here back to Spiez railway station.



Spiez - Gesigen - Hani - Reutigen - Wimmis - Heustrich - Spiezwiler - Spiez.


Cycling tour with three spectacular bridges over the Kander and Simme rivers. Tour duration by e-bike approx. 1.5 hrs.

Additional information

Information regarding duration, fitness requirements and technique depend on the chosen bike type (i.e. mountain bike, e-bike, touring bike, racing bike). These are approximate guidelines.  

Interlaken Tourismus
Marktgasse 1
Postfach 369
CH-3800 Interlaken
0041 33 826 53 00

Spiez Marketing AG
Info-Center Spiez
CH-3700 Spiez
0041 33 655 90 00


tour facts
start: Spiez, railway station
destination: Spiez, railway station


01:35:00 h

22.73 km

122 m

122 m

601 m

714 m

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