Flüeweg Burgdorf Hike

Going from Flüe to Flüe, there’s lots to discover for children – this is the perfect loop for a fun and adventurous excursion with the entire family.

  • Information
    Route Outdooractive: Flüeweg Burgdorf
    Distance 6.5 km
    Hiking time 2h
    Grade easy (hiking trail)
    Fitness level easy
    Ascents 221 m
    Descents 221 m
    Accessibility not barrier-free
  • How to get there

    Public transport

    The hike starts at Burgdorf station.


    There is public parking available in Burgdorf.

  • Tipp

    We recommend bringing a printout of the route just to be sure.

Easy, yet still a bit adventurous: the Flüeweg Burgdorf. You begin at Burgdorf station, where you choose one of the many ways to get down to the river Emme. Once you’ve arrived, you follow the river and then cross Wynigen bridge before taking the zigzag trail up the Waldegghole to the first Flüe (crag), and with that into the Gysnauflüe nature reserve. From here, there’s a beautiful view of the town and castle of Burgdorf. The descent back into town leads through the forest and over small bridges and three more Flües on narrow paths. You will also come across a small chapel, the Bartholomäuskapelle, which used to be the lepers’ place of worship. Then back you go to Burgdorf’s old town, where cozy street cafés await the hungry hikers.

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