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So you've conquered mountains, jumped down waterfalls and ridden the singletrack. Time for something a little more chilled out? Head to Bern and learn the meaning of relaxation.

Photo credit - Paedii Luchs

Hiking in the wild and romantic Rosenlaui Valley

From fields with the scent of alpine flowers, along cliffs and past wild waterfalls to glaciers and eternal snows – the valley offers all you need to revitalise your senses. And every day, you can go for a walk in a different direction and enjoy a new view of the valley.

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Hidden gems - impressive and inviting

You’ll find many unusual and fascinating sites in the untouched Haslital, beside the 120-metre-high waterfall in the Reichenbach Valley and the wildly romantic Rosenlaui with its impressive gorge, the Ballenberg open-air museum awaits you - the perfect place to relax and enjoy.

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Chill out in Bern

Switching off comes naturally here. With their down-to-earth and thoughtful approach to life, the Bernese excel in giving you a good time and warm hospitality. This city – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is the perfect place to wind down.

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Forest bathing in Gstaad

Boosting your wellbeing on a six night/seven day programme at Saanewald includes guided ‘forest bathing’. Enjoy chats by the fire in the evening along with daily guided meditation and yoga classes.

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Simmental Healing Plant Garden

Discover plants and herbs for healing and cooking with local specialist, Susanna Krebs. Gain a new appreciation for natural remedies, learn all about the beautiful alpine flora and make your own balm, massage oil or herbal salt.

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