The bigpixel team chose the Harder Kulm observatory as the shooting site for the BigPixel Interlaken town. As it is 1322 meters above sea level, it is far opposite to Jungfraujoch. You can not only overlook interlaken and Spitz towns, but also have a panoramic view of Aigg, Monk and Jungfraujoch as well as Lake Toon and Lake Brienz.
The Bigpixel team chose the Harder Kulm observatory as the shooting site for the BigPixel Interlaken town. As it is 1322 meters above sea level, it is far opposite to Jungfraujoch. You can not only overlook interlaken and Spitz towns, but also have a panoramic view of Aigg, Monk and Jungfraujoch as well as Lake Thunersee and Lake Brienz.
Enter the BigPixel Interlaken, and between the clouds, you can see a few shades of orange, which can be clearly distinguished by magnification as paragliding. In addition to paragliding, there is also hiking and skiing, which are a must for visitors to Interlaken. Every year, tens of thousands of people from all over the world come to interlaken to experience paragliding because of the high mountains, the wind, and the vast expanse of grass where you can land. Down the steep cliff by paraglider, the wind whistling in the ear, breathtaking and wonderful.
Hiking is arguably interlaken's most popular and popular outdoor activity, and many visitors to Interlaken enjoy hiking above all else. Compared with taking the train, walking is more close to nature. While measuring the whole town with the footsteps, you can also find all kinds of details hidden in the town. There are two kinds of hiking: those within two hours and those over two hours. After you get here, you can choose a suitable hiking route according to your physical ability, interests and hobbies.
The highest mountain in the megapixel Interlaken, hidden in clouds, is Jungfraujoch, known as "The Top of Europe", at 4,158 metres. Covered with snow and ice all year round, it has the world's longest piste, which is 15 kilometers long. In addition, there are several pistes ranging from 6 to 12 kilometers, with a total length of 213 kilometers. Even in the summer, snow activities can still take place here. Visitors can choose a variety of slopes, heights and levels of difficulty depending on their level of skiing. Before you go skiing in Jungjungfeng, you need to take a sightseeing train at the foot of the mountain. Entering the train is like entering a time machine. From the foot of the mountain, you can drive to the top of the mountain, and you can enjoy different scenery in spring, summer, autumn and winter all year round through the window.