Aare River

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The Aare river is the longest river in the Swiss Alps. It falls from the Grimsel region and crosses the deep canyon, up to 200meter deep Aare ravine. The river Aare flows on toward Brienz, where it reaches into Lake Brienz, and then to Lake Thun at Interlaken. Passenger boats available including a historic paddlewheel […]

The Aare river is the longest river in the Swiss Alps. It falls from the Grimsel region and crosses the deep canyon, up to 200meter deep Aare ravine. The river Aare flows on toward Brienz, where it reaches into Lake Brienz, and then to Lake Thun at Interlaken. Passenger boats available including a historic paddlewheel steamer.

Aare Riverside Walk

Stretching out from Interlaken East to Interlaken West, the riverside walk is a lovely path that is a great escape from the busy center of Interlaken. pack a bag with some snacks and games, and venture down this path for a lovely afternoon. On a warm summer day, there is nothing more relaxing than hanging out my the river. If you want a longer river walk, go along the banks of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Enjoy!

Covered Bridge Walk

This is an alternate route to cross the River Aare. It is a lovely old covered wooden bridge which stands on a concrete foundation and provides wonderful views over the river green water.

Aare River Rafting

The Aare is a relaxing float river for water rafting. The river is ideal for those who are looking for something more laid back or wanting to enjoy the scenery. Great experience for groups and a family event.

Dine by the river

Enjoy your dinner with river view at: Restaurant Unterseen Bödelibad 3800 Interlaken Switzerland

  • Duration: Half or full day
  • Best Time to visit: Summer