Even Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was fascinated by the Bernese Oberland. Small wonder! @myinterlaken, for example, has been famous throughout the world for its impressive mountain terrain since the beginning of the 19th century. You can reach the top of one of the imposing peaks, Interlaken's local mountain, with relative ease. For more than one hundred years, the panorama funicular railway has carried people from the town to Harder Kulm, 1322 metres above sea level. Starting at Interlaken Ost train station, it takes just ten minutes to reach the summit, passing the nature reserve and traversing the woodland. If you didn't know already why Goethe was so fascinated by this place, the view over Lake Thun and the Alps will help you understand! As you can see from the photo, @mathias_josi_photography was also blown away – thanks for the great shot!