The most impressive 360-degree panorama in the Alps awaits you on the Schilthorn – Piz Gloria. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the UNESCO World Heritage landscape with the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau and more than 200 other mountain peaks from the renovated Piz Gloria revolving restaurant. Good visibility provided, you can even see as far as the Mont Blanc massif in France and Germany’s Black Forest.From Stechelberg take the cable car up to the Schilthorn adventure: in summer an exciting hiking region; in winter the highest skiing region anywhere in the Bernese Oberland. Up on the summit the Piz Gloria, Europe’s first ever revolving restaurant, will reward you with a 360° mountain panorama.
Despite the severely blinding snow, Schilthorn, situated 2970 meters above sea level attracts tourists from all over owing to the fact that one of the Bond films (On Her Majesty's Secret Service) was shot here. Another attraction is a revolving restaurant along with panoramic views of the Eiger, Monch, Jungfrau and even the Mont Blanc and Black Forest on clearer days. Remember to carry warm clothing, sunglasses and check the weather before visiting. All cable cars that take you to Schilthorn depart from the tiny town of Murren and trains connect Interlaken to the aforementioned village. Do check the SBB website (www.sbb.ch/en/timetable.html) for tickets and additional information. A Swiss Pass is recommended for unlimited rail travel and huge discounts. The official website of Schilthorn, www.schilthorn.ch/en/Welcome is also a storehouse of information.
Most of us have seen Schilthorn -in the Bond movie "On her majesty's secret service". Here is what it feels like to be there in real. Schilthorn is a 2970 meter high summit in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland. The panoramic views from this summit, of the Jungfrau, Thun, Black forest and Mont Blanc(in clear weather) makes this mountain a photographer's delight.