Trummelbach Falls

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 3824 Stechelberg, Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +41-338553232
  • Ticket Price: 12 CHF
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Waterfall, Observatory, Family And Kids, Nature, Unesco Site, Sports And Recreation

Trummelbach Falls - Review

The Trummelbach Falls in Switzerland are a series of ten glacier waterfalls inside the mountain made accessible by tunnel-lift and illuminated. The sheer power and volume of water will be a sight to behold. An absolute must visit when in Murren!

Trummelbach falls switzerland is natural UNESCO World heritage site, and rightly so. There is an easy access from lauterbrunnen to trummelbach falls which is close to Murren.

Trummelbach Falls Information

  • Carry a jacket as the air can get cold and you’re bound to be in the splash zone.
  • The crowd leaves by 4 pm which makes it a good time to visit the waterfalls if you don’t want to be nudged and pushed.
  • It's damp and can get quite cool in the caves, even in summer. Bring a jacket or raincoat.
  • Wear good shoes without slippery soles. It's pretty steep in parts, and even if you take the lift, you get quite a workout.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Free parking

Trummelbach Falls Ticket Prices

Trummelbach falls price -

  • Adults: CHF 11
  • Children: CHF 4
  • No Credit cards accepted.

Trummelbach Falls Hours

Trummelbach falls timings -

  • April to November: 9 am - 5 pm
  • July to August: 8.30 am - 6 pm

How To reach Trummelbach Falls by Public Transport

  • The entrance to Trummelbach Falls sits between Lauterbrunnen town and the cable car station leading up to Gimmelwald, Murren, and Schilthorn.
  • The bus stops in front of the Trummelbach Cafe, after which you should just follow the signs to the entrance of the falls.

Restaurants Near Trummelbach Falls

  • Hotel Alpenruh Restaurant
  • Hotel Eiger Restaurant
  • Eiger Guesthouse Restaurant
  • There's a restaurant at the bus station right outside the entrance, but it closes part of May and ends the season in September.

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TripHobo Highlights for Trummelbach Falls

  • Trummelbach Falls Address: 3824 Stechelberg, Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
  • Trummelbach Falls Contact Number: +41-338553232
  • Trummelbach Falls Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Trummelbach Falls Price: 12 CHF
  • Best time to visit Trummelbach Falls(preferred time): 03:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Trummelbach Falls: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Trummelbach Falls

  • 95% of people who visit Lauterbrunnen include Trummelbach Falls in their plan

  • 25.64% of people start their Trummelbach Falls visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Trummelbach Falls

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

71.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trummelbach Falls

People normally club together Wengen Mannlichen Aerial Cableway and Jungfraujoch while planning their visit to Trummelbach Falls.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Trummelbach Falls, Lauterbrunnen Reviews

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  • These magnificent glacier waterfalls are a wonder of nature - copious gushing waterfalls - emanating from a glacier - flowing deep inside a huge rocky mountain - not visible from outside. There is miners' lift inside the mountain to take you up to Trummelbach Falls and then you climb the internal walkways observing the spectacular sight of the gushing glacial waterfalls. Overall - an awesome experience - a "must visit" in Switzerland.

  • This is a must see experience for those who appreciate the wonder of nature. There are quite a lot of steps so this may not be suitable for the elderly or those with walking difficulties. It can be a bit chilly and wet when the water is at it's fastest and greatest flow, so a light weight jacket might be useful for some people. Easily accessible every half hour by bus No.141 from opposite Lauterbrunnen Train Station or from Stechelberg Schilthorn Station if coming from the opposite direction. The Tea house at the start of the pathway in is worth stopping at for great cakes and just to enjoy the location.

  • It’s good place but difficult to reach as you need to walk in descent and toboggan way When you reach to last possible place you can see it partially from back and you can feel the drizzle of the waterfall. When you come down you also can visit some kids playground and nearby you can see the wadi of the water fallen from the mountains

  • A magnificent waterfall but hiding in Mountain!  A genuine wonder of nature. The Trummelbach waterfall moves through large crevices in the mountain. The fall is not visible from outside. To reach the top, one has to climb a slanting tunnel carved out in the mountain. The shaft includes ten windows through which the waterfall is visible.  But one better alternative is there of using the funicular elevator.  One of the windows is only just on the exit from the elevator.  The view is grand here itself.  But to appreciate the waterfall really, one must climb the remaining steps & reach the highest window. The roaring waterfall flows through the gaps in the mountain. The view is utterly breathtaking. The froth & mist makes the waterfall milky white. Because of the mist, the steps in the tunnel become slippery & one has to take care while traversing it. Off course handrails are there & lighting is sufficiently bright. As well as, the mobile camera should not become wet & slip from the palm!

  • This is a must see! We were very tired when we walked by this place, and very wet because it was raining. So we almost skipped it. But we were very glad we stopped. A waterfall carving it's way into the mountain is quite a site!

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