The Eiger e-MTB loop powered by FLYER starts at the foot of the mighty Eiger with its historic north face. From the moment you set off in Grindelwald, you will be able to enjoy one picture-postcard scene after the next as you explore the most beautiful parts of the Bernese Oberland for three days on a FLYER e-mountainbike: breathtaking panoramic views, spectacular waterfalls, and picturesque chalet-style villages.
Three days of unadulterated e-mountain biking.
On Day 1, the tour will take you from Grindelwald over the Kleine Scheidegg pass to the impressive Lauterbrunnen valley. The first leg concludes with an ascent to the day's destination of the historic and car-free mountain village of Mürren.
After a restful night at the foot of the Schilthorn, you will enjoy a pleasant downhill ride through the Lauterbrunnen valley on Day 2. However, from Interlaken onwards at the latest, your e-biking experience will no longer be as relaxing. The Eiger e-MTB loop powered by FLYER will take you up and down hills along the northern shore of Lake Brienz, on paved and unpaved paths, to the day's destination of Meiringen. The incredible view over deep-blue Lake Brienz will make the exertion of the journey worthwhile.
The third leg will close the circle with Grindelwald as the final destination. After passing the legendary Reichenbach Falls, you will gain some altitude and reach the spectacular Rosenlaui glacier gorge that you can explore on foot. After a final ascent to the Grosse Scheidegg pass, you will enjoy a rapid descent to Grindelwald.
Information & booking.
You can book your overnight stays, luggage transfers, and e-mountainbike rental for the Eiger e-MTB Loop powered by FLYER as a convenient package deal from Jungfrau Region Tourismus. There are various battery charging stations available along the route and numerous restaurants where you can enjoy culinary delicacies. Your luggage will simply be transported from the start of the leg to the day's destination for you. Depending on battery performance, we recommend that you take a spare battery with you in your day pack.