The Brünig Pass, at an altitude of 1,008 m (3,307 ft), connects the Bernese Oberland and central Switzerland, linking Meiringen in the canton of Bern and Lungern in the canton of Obwalden. It is on the watershed between the upper reaches of the Aare, which flows through Lake Brienz and Lake Thun, and the Sarner Aa, which flows into Lake Lucerne.
View of the pass, showing the railway station
|Elevation||1,008 m (3,307 ft)|
|Traversed by||Road, rail|
The pass is crossed by the Zentralbahn's Brünig railway line, between Lucerne and Interlaken, and that line's Brünig-Hasliberg station is situated in the pass. The pass is also crossed by the A8 motorway, between Lucerne and Spiez. Both rail and road crossings are normally kept open throughout the winter.
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Media related to Brünig Pass at Wikimedia Commons
- Brünig Pass in German, French and Italian in the online Historical Dictionary of Switzerland.
- Weather report for the Brünig Pass
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