8 Days


Moderate - Challenging

trip cost

from $3050 pp

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8 Days

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Moderate - Challenging

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trip cost

from $3050 pp

Nature Immersion

Cultural Interest

Self-guided Trip

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  • Highlights
  • On the Trail
  • Train Travel
  • Itinerary
  • Map
  • Inclusions
  • Walking App
  • FAQ's


Swiss Rail and Hike

Switzerland, with its pristine alpine landscapes, is a country that beckons outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Our Swiss Rail and Hike trip combines two of Switzerland’s most legendary mountain villages and glorious alpine hikes with Swiss Rail Journeys including the iconic Glacier Express. If you have ever wanted to explore some of the best alpine scenery and hiking in Switzerland, this is the trip you’ve been waiting for. The first stop is Zermatt, home to the Matterhorn, one of the most iconic peaks in the world. Its distinctive pyramid shape dominates the landscape and hiking in this region allows you to witness breathtaking alpine vistas, including pristine glaciers, lush meadows, deep valleys, and rugged peaks. The Zermatt valley is dotted with charming mountain huts and lodges where hikers can rest, refuel, and enjoy traditional Swiss cuisine. Hütten hopping, or hut-to-hut hiking, is a popular way to explore the area and savour the local culture.

After exploring Zermatt we move onto our next stop, Lauterbrunnen, with the option for an iconic train ride to get there. The Glacier Express train journey in Switzerland is often referred to as one of the most scenic train rides in the world. It is often called the “slowest express train in the world” because it prioritises leisurely travel, allowing passengers to truly appreciate the scenery. You’ll be treated to panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks, deep valleys, pristine forests and charming mountain villages.

While Switzerland boasts numerous breathtaking destinations for hiking, the Lauterbrunnen Valley stands out as a true gem. Nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps, this valley offers a hiking experience like no other. It combines dramatic waterfalls, lush meadows, and towering peaks to create a hiker’s paradise. On this trip, we’ll explore the joys of hiking in the Lauterbrunnen Valley and on the high Alpine trails surrounding it. Hiking in the Jungfrau and Eiger Range of Switzerland is an unforgettable adventure that takes you into the heart of one of the most dramatic and majestic mountain landscapes on Earth. Whether you’re drawn to challenging trails that offer up-close encounters with legendary peaks or prefer leisurely walks through alpine meadows, this Swiss Rail and Hike trip caters to every Swiss hiker’s dream.

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Get Ready for

  • Spectacular Alpine walking on Switzerland’s most famous trails
  • Experience the iconic Matterhorn and Eiger mountains up close
  • Walk through idyllic Swiss valleys and Alpine meadows
  • Ride the Glacier Express, one of the world’s greatest rail journeys
  • Enjoy a stay in the mountain meccas of Zermatt and Lauterbrunnen
  • Flexible walking distances with mountain transport and options
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On the Trail

The Experience

There is a range of different trail conditions on our Swiss Rail and Hike trip but for the most part, they are well-defined and trodden mountain paths, that are easy to follow and mostly dirt or gravel. Gradients will vary according to the particular section and day. The walks we have chosen will appeal to hikers of intermediate fitness and experience. They are not too demanding and utilise some of the available local transport options to avoid steep, long climbs. The trails on this trip are generally well-signed and maintained so should not present any great difficulty in way-finding when combined with our App for real-time navigation.

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Train Travel

Swiss Rail Pass

Our Swiss Rail and Hike trip includes a 3-day Flexi Swiss Rail Pass, which will cover your arrival day transport to Zermatt, the day from Zermatt to Lauterbrunnen and your departure day from Lauterbrunnen to your next destination. You can use the pass to travel on any regular train but we are also recommending that you experience the Glacier Express from Zermatt to Brig (day 4) and on your departure day from Brig to Chur if you are travelling onwards and exiting Switzerland via Zurich. The Glacier Express takes train travel to another level and is one of the world’s greatest train journeys. You will need to make a separate reservation for each journey on the Glacier Express and a small fee applies (more details in FAQs below).


Daily Details

Day 1: Arrive into Zermatt

Take a train from either Zurich or Geneva with your Swiss rail pass, the journey takes approx 4 hours to Zermatt.The town’s development is closely linked to what is most probably the world’s most famous mountain; the towering Matterhorn which dominates the valley. Zermatt is a car-free zone, has preserved its original character and offers almost unlimited possibilities as far as excursions are concerned. Today is arrival day, so there are no planned activities and you may arrive at any time throughout the day (please note that check-in at the hotel is usually around 2–3pm). Our hotel is located close to the train station and the centre of town. Explore the town with its many cafes and shops, where you can get to enjoy some excellent Swiss cuisine.

  • Meals: None
  • Overnight: Zermatt Hotel
Day 2: The Gornergrat and Five Lakes hike (16km, 6 hours)

Today’s hike combines the best of the mighty Gornergrat, which at 3000m has excellent views of the Matterhorn and the Monte Rosa, and the pretty Five Lakes walk. As we use the railways and cable cars, you have maximum flexibility to hike as much or as little as you like today. First, you ascend by the Gornergrat railway to Riffelberg at 2582m. From here you begin a 3.7km hike to Gornergrat via the Riffelsee, where you can enjoy the views of the Matterhorn reflected in the lake. From here you continue to the Gornergrat summit for the unparalleled views of the Monte Rosa. It is worth exploring some of the nearby paths from Gornergrat towards Hohtalli for incredible Glacier views before hopping on the train for the scenic descent back to Riffelalp.

Disemark at Riffelalp, start hiking again, on a spectacular contouring path for 1.5 km across to meet the Five Lakes trail ( 10.9km full loop). Each of the five lakes has its own unique shape, colour and character. First is beautiful little Grunsee (“green lake”), then continue across to the second lake, the wooded Grindjisee. From here you can if you wish shorten the walk and return to Zermatt via Stellisee and the Blauherd cablecar; or you can continue on a looping track to the mountain refuge at Fluhalp and then a contouring mountain path down to Leisee and the Sunegga funicular railway down to Zermatt. The distance and exact detail of today’s hikes may vary depending on the time of year and local weather conditions,  and our suggested itinerary aims to take every advantage of the excellent railway/cable car network (extra costs paid locally) and give you the best opportunities to see the Matterhorn and the Alps from different vantage points. Evening is at your leisure in Zermatt.

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Zermatt Hotel
Day 3: The Edelweiss Trail (13km/ 5 hours or 20km / 8 Hours)

Today you have two options: a return walk up the beautiful Zmutt valley, recommended for an enjoyable day’s hike or a more challenging day’s loop walk following the Edelweiss trail, ascending on foot from Zermattup to Trift Hutte at 2337m. The choice is yours and can be made according to your fitness level and taking into account local weather conditions. ( Zmutt valley is more suitable more suitable for a bad weather day)

The Zmutt Valley walk  day will suit most clients, with an easier route with less climbing (4–5 hours walking).  You will walk up the beautiful Zmutt Valley from Zermatt passing through beautiful old villages of iconic wooden houses that beckon to hikers with their outdoor cafes. The path gradually acsends up the valley offering great views of the Matterhorn, particularly on the approach to the restaurant at StafelAlp, the end point which is  6.4km (or 12.8km return to Zermatt). The Matterhorn towers dramatically above you at this point and you’ll be sure to want to take your lunch here. The path back follows the same route and also forms the return part of the longer Edelweisss route described below.

Today’s hike starts with a steep ascent from Zermatt to the stunningly-situated Edelweiss Mountain Hotel at 1961m. Then you follow an ever-steeper trail across narrow rocky paths until we reach the Trift Hutte at 2337m. This is a true mountain hut, accessible only by foot, and with stunning views. No less impressive is the apple tart, baked fresh and providing a welcome excuse for a stop! If you’re really lucky, you’ll hear the magical Swiss Horn being played, with the echoes from the nearby cliffs making this an unforgettable experience. Once you are refreshed and revived, continue on your journey, ascending in zigzags until we turn a corner and at 2600m have a sudden splendid view of the Matterhorn. Descend steeply in zigzags until you reach a point when you can contour around to the traditional hamlet of Zmutt, where there is no car access and the village remains much as it was 100 years ago – but with the added advantage of a cafe where you can get refreshments! Then descend on a gentle track through the meadows in the Zmutt valley to Zermatt (8 hours walking).

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Zermatt Hotel
Day 4: Glacier Express & Trains to Lauterbrunnen

Today you embark from Zermatt station to take the train to Lauterbrunnen via Interlaken, with a couple of changes en route. This is the opportunity to travel on the iconic Glacier Express which will take you as far as Brig, where you disembark for local trains. (The Glacier Express needs you to make an advance reservation, booked and paid separately online). The Glacier Express offers passengers unparalleled views of the Swiss Alps with its large panoramic windows and deluxe carriages. As you travel through the picturesque landscapes you can opt for a breakfast or refreshments on the train, and you’ll be served by your own personal waiter in your seat (there is also a buffet car).

After disembarking in Brig you’ll change to a regular train for the onward journey to Interlaken and from there to Lauterbrunnen. The climb up the Lauterbrunnen valley is thrilling one as you catch sight of the towering peaks of the Bernese Oberland range ahead of you. The Jungfrau and Eiger Range, which includes the famous trio of peaks – Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau – are suddenly visible. These towering giants, each over 4,000m in elevation, dominate the horizon and create an awe-inspiring backdrop for any hiker. Their sheer cliffs and snow-covered summits are not only visually captivating but also a testament to the geological forces that shaped this region over millions of years.

The journey from Zermatt will take around 3.5 – 4 hours depending on the trains and connections you decide upon, so typically you’ll arrive at your destination mid-afternoon and have time to explore the local area today and prepare for your hiking adventures here or take a journey on the spectacular Junfraujoch railway (additional cost) to the flanks of Jungfrau, often referred to as the “Top of Europe.” This high-altitude saddle offers panoramic views of the Aletsch Glacier, the longest in the Alps, and the surrounding peaks. 

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Lauterbrunnen Hotel
Day 5: Grutschalp, Murren and the North Face Trail (13.4km, 5 hours)

This morning you will take a cable car to Grutschalp directly on the cliffs above the Valley and enjoy wonderful views of the waterfall and Lauterbrunnen as you ascend. From Grutschalp you will start to follow the trail for approx 4.5km, first to Winteregg and then eventually to arrive at the delightful village of Murren, perched high above the valley.  Stop here in Murren for a coffee and mid-morning snack and take in the atmosphere and wonderful views in this charming mountain village. From Murren you will then follow the North Face trail, a 8.9km loop that up towards the Northern end of the valley and looks across directly to the Jungfrau, Eiger and Mönch Peaks. There are beautiful Alpine meadows where you’ll find cows and lots of wildflowers in season. Along the trail, there are 12 information boards that provide lots of interesting facts about the history of famous mountain ascents around Mürren – so this an educational as well as a spectacular walk!

The North Face Trail loop returns back to Murren where you can catch a local train to Grutschalp and the cable car down to Lauterbrunnen.

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Lauterbrunnen Hotel
Day 6: The Panorama Trail - Mannlichen - Kleine Scheidegg - Wengen (11.5km, 5 hours)

What a walk awaits you today as you get close to the towering Bernese Oberland peaks on a loop walk that will mesmerize you with stunning mountain views all day. The day starts with a transfer to the village of Wengen by local train, then a cable car from Wengen to the mountaintop station of Mannlichen. From here you follow the signs for the wonderful Panorama Trail that will take you towards the formidable trio of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau.  The first part of the day is easy walking along the popular Panorama Trail which takes you for approx 4.7km to finish at Kleine Scheidegg with incredible views of the world-famous North Face of the Eiger. There is a cafe before you reach the station which has outstanding views of the mountains from its terrace and a fine place to take an early lunch. From Kleine Scheidegg you have the option to extend your walk up to the Eigergletsch station which sits below the base of the Eiger Glacier – this is a return walk that will add a further total of 3.8km distance to your day (for a total of 15.3km). It is well worth the extra walk on a good day as the up-close views of the Glacier are outstanding.

If not taking the extension to the Eigergletsch then you will return to Wengen from Kleine Scheidegg on the Mendelsson path, named after the composer who walked in and drew Inspiration from these mountains. The Mendelsson path is a relatively easy downhill route of 6.8km through forests and meadows. Along the way you’ll be treated to great views across the Lauterbrunnen valley with Murren and the Schiltorn Mountain on the other side. Returning to Wengen take some time to look around this iconic car-free village, home to a famous annual downhill ski race. You can jump on one of the frequent trains that will take you down to Lauterbrunnen.

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Lauterbrunnen Hotel
Day 7: Upper Lauterbrunnen Valley Trail (19.4km, 6 hours)

Today’s walk sticks to the valley floor and passes many spectacular waterfalls on an out-and-back route. The very name ‘Lauter Brunnen’ (which means ‘many fountains’) suggests what awaits in this incredible landscape. There are a total of 72 waterfalls in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the most famous of which are the Staubbach Falls and Trümmelbach Falls. The Staubbach Falls plunge almost 300 metres from the valley walls, they are one of the highest free-falling waterfalls in Europe. The walking trail to Stechelberg along the floor of the Lauterbrunnen valley is a UNESCO trail, which highlights the cultural and scenic value of this secluded high valley. Not only does the trail pass magnificent waterfalls but it leads into an area of cultural significance; trail signs and guideposts help explain the places of interest in the nature conservation area and UNESCO World Heritage site.

The first part of the day (6.7km) is on an easy road and fairly level. There are options to detour and visit the Staubbach Falls and Trümmelbach Falls (the latter has an entrance fee and many steps to reach the base). Once past the hamlet of Stechelberg you are in the Upper Lauterbrunnen Valley, which feels remote and very beautiful with less hikers around. Your destination is the Trachsellauenen Hotel (2.8km), one of three ‘Candle hotels’ in the upper valley, so called because they have no electricity and  and everything is cooked on wood fires. Mules still carry the food up and an alpine dairy provides specialities just as it would have done 200 years ago. The path is easy to follow and ascends up the valley past many small waterfalls and farmhouses to the hotel. Enjoy a lunch and the atmosphere here before making the return trip back the way you came. If you wish to explore further up the valley you can and jump on a public bus ( check timetables & pay onboard) from Stechelberg to Lauterbrunnen to reduce the return distance.

  • Meals: B
  • Overnight: Lauterbrunnen Hotel
Day 8: Onward train journey to Chur / Zurich

This morning you check out of your hotel and may choose to continue on your journey on the Glacier Express (reservation required) – first returning to Brig and then taking the Glacier Express onwards to Chur (4:15 hours) from where you can change trains to Zurich and arrive later that day. Alternatively, you may continue your travels elsewhere in Switzerland or return to Geneva using the last day of your included 3-day Swiss Rail Pass.

  • Meals: B
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Zermatt is a charming Swiss alpine village nestled at the base of the majestic pyramid-shaped Matterhorn. The town is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and has picturesque chalet-style architecture and car-free streets. Visitors typically arrive by train, and electric taxis and horse-drawn carriages provide transportation within the town.

The Matterhorn

The Matterhorn (4478m) is one of the most iconic and recognisable mountains in the world. It is known for its distinctive and symmetrical pyramid shape with four steep faces, and is often described as one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. In Zermatt you’ll find the Matterhorn Museum, which is dedicated to the history and culture of the region. It provides insights into the mountain’s first ascent, the lives of early alpinists, and the impact of tourism on the area.


The Gornergrat is a spectacular ridge (3135m) that offers some of the most breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including the iconic Matterhorn. To reach the Gornergrat, you can take the Gornergrat Railway, one of the highest cogwheel railways in Europe. The scenic train journey itself is an attraction, winding through alpine forests and meadows before reaching the summit.

Trift Hutte

At 2337m, Trift Hutte is a true mountain hut, accessible only by foot, and with stunning views. No less impressive is the apple tart, baked fresh and providing a welcome excuse for a stop! If you’re really lucky, you’ll hear the magical Swiss Horn being played, with the echoes from the nearby cliffs making this an unforgettable experience.


Zmutt is characterised by its traditional Swiss chalet-style architecture. The village features well-preserved wooden houses with steeply pitched roofs, making it a charming and photogenic location.


Lauterbrunnen is the gateway to the Jungfrau region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its majestic peaks, including the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. You can easily access the Jungfrau Railway from here to the flanks of the Jungfrau. This high-altitude saddle offers panoramic views of the Aletsch Glacier, the longest in the Alps, and the surrounding peaks. In the Lauterbrunnen Valley there are a total of 72 waterfalls, the most famous of which are the Staubbach Falls and Trümmelbach Falls.


Mürren is surrounded by towering mountain peaks, including the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. The village itself sits at an altitude of approximately 1,650m and offers panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks and pristine alpine landscapes. Mürren gained international fame as a filming location for the James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.” The revolving Piz Gloria restaurant atop the Schilthorn, accessible from Mürren, was featured prominently in the movie.

Kleine Scheidegg

Kleine Scheidegg is a high mountain pass in the Bernese Oberland region. It offers incredible views of the world-famous North Face of the Eiger.


What's Included?

  • 3 nights twin-share accommodation in Zermatt
  • 4 nights twin-share accommodation in Lauterbrunnen
  • Quality hotels, centrally located and with ensuite facilities
  • Daily breakfast
  • 3-day Swiss Travel Pass (Flexi) for rail transfers to Zermatt/ to Lauterbrunnen/ Departure day
  • Daily hiking routes and suggestions
  • On-trail navigation with our App
  • Carbon offset for your trip
  • Native tree planted on your behalf


Not Included
    • Single supplement – ask for a quote if you would like a single room
    • Additional transport costs not included in the Swiss Travel Pass – mountain railways, cable cars, funiculars, buses
    • Reservation required for the Glacier Express (made by yourself )
    • Lunches and dinners
    • Travel Insurance


RAW Travel App

Walking App

Finding Your way

Our unique RAW Travel walking app has been designed to help you navigate easily on the trail. Simply download your map with the link we send you and you’ll be able to follow your route with ease, showing your location in real-time without any internet connection needed. The app has many great features; it shows you weather forecasts localised for each of your overnight stops, detailed information on each overnight stop and what facilities are available there. There are important reminders, safety information, videos and emergency contact information for your route. It also has a unique audio feature that can tell you about places and points of interest as you approach them on the trail. We also provide you with a Guidebook to fall back on for extra information and maps.


Important details

How does the Swiss Travel Pass work?

The Swiss Travel pass we include is for 3 days and is a ‘flex’ – meaning that you can choose 3 non-consecutive days of travel to activate and use your pass which suits this itinerary. The pass gives you unlimited travel in Switzerland by train, bus, boat and public transport in cities. It also gives you free entrance to more than 500 museums and 50% discount on Mountain Transports not included with the pass.

RAW Travel will make a reservation for your 2nd Class Swiss Travel Pass and you will be sent an e-Pass by Swiss Railways which you can store and show on your mobile (or print out).

You then show your Swiss Travel Pass as requested when boarding a train just like any other ticket and the system will show how many days you have activated & used already.

A seat reservation and/or supplement is required to travel on some trains/ buses/boats such as the Glacier Express, Bernina Express, Gotthard Panorama Express and Palm Express. Ordinary trains do not require a reservation.

What about reservations for the Glacier Express?

You will need to make an advance reservation to travel on the Glacier Express or other panoramic trains in Switzerland (like the Bernina Express from St Moritz to Tirano). These need to be made online at the website of the railway: https://shop.glacierexpress.ch/gex_en/specials/daytrips/glacier-express

A small charge applies to each reservation/journey on the Glacier Express and is charged at the time you make the reservation. This is not the charge for the journey as such which is covered by your Swiss Travel Pass but the reservation itself, you can also add meals if you choose at the same time ( or pay onboard). You will be asked to show both your reservation and your Swiss Travel Pass when boarding the train.

IMPORTANT: RAW Travel does not make reservations for the Glacier Express. If for instance you miss your connection and need to transfer to a later train, you will need to make these changes directly with the Glacier Express due to RAW Travel’s Head Office being in Australia with a 9-hour time difference.

What about bad weather days? Can I change the hiking options?

If in the event of a very bad weather day and it becomes inadvisable to do some of the high Mountain sections, you can opt for a shorter and lower alternative walk that day.

For instance, swap out Day 2 for day 3 in Zermatt and take the shortened Zmutt Valley walk at a lower altitude. On day 5 In Lauterbrunnen, you can swap out the Panorama Trail for the valley walk on Day 7 instead which sticks to the valley floor.

Mountain regions will typically serve up a variety of weather, even in the same day, so the most important thing is to have suitable gear to be able to walk and deal with different weather conditions.

However, there are a multitude of trails in both areas and options for lower altitude walks that can be substituted for the high mountain trails. Generally swapping days around will be sufficient to deal with bad weather days. It’s very unlikely that you would have an entire week of inclement weather but the excellent transportation options on the mountains in both regions also mean you can easily shorten a planned day’s walk as well. The same applies for periods of excessive temperatures and heat, you would start earlier in the day and look at the transport options to shorten the walk as you approach the hotter time of day.

Additional Costs for Mountain Transport?

This itinerary utilises various forms of local mountain transport so you can avoid steep ascents and descents on some days ( though you can always walk these if you’re keen for extra distance and challenge!)

The Swiss Travel Pass does not cover all forms of mountain transport and you will be required to pay an additional fee – albeit at a discounted rate, usually 50% – to use mountain railways such as the Gornergrat and Jungfraujoch, plus various cablecars. Any additional fees can only be paid locally with either cash or card and make sure you always show your Swiss Travel Pass first to get a discount.

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