Grindelwald is a village located at the foot of the Eiger and flourishes as the center of tourism in the Bernese Oberland. The scenic beauty of the 3,000-meter mountains and the nearby glaciers have attracted people to the area, which has continued to develop as a resort since the 19th century. With an extensive network of mountain railroads and cable cars, visitors can enjoy the Alps to their heart's content, whether they are serious climbers or casual hikers.
The Bernese Oberland, which occupies the southern highlands of the Bernese canton, is known as a scenic area of forests, lakes, and meadows at the foot of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks and other alpine peaks. It is a major resort area that attracts visitors all year round, with a full range of cable cars and ropeways that make it easy to enjoy the 4,000-meter mountains, hiking in the summer, and skiing in the winter.