The central location of Kemmeriboden Bad is perfect for any kind of hikes. Whether short, leisurely, long or strenuous, they all have one thing in common: all hikes are worthwhile! For the phenomenal view of the Alps, the Emme in all its peculiarity or for the togetherness. Immerse yourself in the wonderful landscape and enjoy the Emmental from its most beautiful side.
Would you like a guided hike? We will be very happy to organize one of our local guides for you, call us: 034 493 77 77.
The central location of Kemmeriboden Bad is perfect for any bike tour. Whether leisurely on the tarred road, or rather a bit wilder over hill and dale, both beginners as well as experts will find what they are looking for and will be happy. Immerse yourself in the wonderful landscape and enjoy the Emmental from its most beautiful side.
Directly in front of the house flows a calm but wild river. Not far from the Kemmeriboden Bad springs the Emme. The originality, tranquility and uniqueness make the headwaters a great natural experience. Immerse yourself in nature full of beauty. Either on a trout stalk or during an evening walk along the Emme, during your next stay.
The host, Reto Invernizzi, is a passionate fly fisherman. You are welcome to elicit a few tips and tricks from him during your visit.
If you want to benefit from a local expert, Jüre Knörr will be happy to accompany you. Our house pianist Jüre is an excellent fly fisherman. But he also masters all other keys of fishing. The musical fishing philosopher knows nature extensively and will gladly share his knowledge with you.
Contact of Jüre
076 529 44 45
For rainy days: The Kambly baking experience
Together with the Kambly Maîtres Confiseurs, participants bake their own works of art and can give free rein to their creativity. The 90-minute events are suitable for children aged 6 and up and take place daily. Registration required.
For sunny days: scavenger hunt
The adventure for the whole family leads from Langnau to Trubschachen. The story features the squirrels from the discovery trail. The big and small scavenger hunters help the squirrels to find their way back from Langnau to Trubschachen, which they surely succeed in doing thanks to the clues of the wooden animals along the path.