The Niederhorn (elevation 1963 metres) is a peak of the Emmental Alps in the Bernese Oberland near Beatenberg. It is the peak farthest west in the Güggis ridge. From its summit you can see Lake Thun and the entire Bernese Alps.
An aerial cable car to the summit was completed in 1946 with a restaurant and children's playground at the top. Today the summit can be reached by the Seilbahnen Beatenberg-Niederhorn, a more modern gondola lift that runs from the village of Beatenberg, where it connects with the Thunersee–Beatenberg Bahn, a funicular with connections to the shipping services on Lake Thun.
There's a hiking trail (T2) leading to the summit.
By elevation Niederhorn is
# 19 out of 97 in Lake Thun – Hohgant Nature Park # 18 out of 108 in Verwaltungskreis Thun
By prominence Niederhorn is
# 35 out of 97 in Lake Thun – Hohgant Nature Park # 31 out of 108 in Verwaltungskreis Thun
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