The Lütschine River in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland is a must visit for all tourists looking forward to set their foot on the spectacular Swiss land. The river travels from Zweilutschinen, where from it is joined by two other tributaries. It then flows for a length of 8.6 km, passing through Bodeli and ultimately falling into the Lake Brienz at Bonigen. The two major tributaries, which join the river, are Weisse Lütschine in the Lauterbrunnen Valley and Schwarze Lütschine from Grindelwald.
The Lütschine River is a fast flowing river with great volume of water cutting through the valleys of Switzerland. Fed by the water of glacier, the river offers the perfect rafting conditions to rafters planning for an enlivening expedition. Consisting of rapids of Class IV and V, the river rewards all its rafters with huge and surging waves. As you slide through the mighty waves, you might also find yourself getting past through big boulders and sucking holes. While proceeding further by making way through the whitewaters of The Lütschine River, rafters get to experience a bit tougher, yet exciting rafting escapade.
Coupled with the splashing waters, the noise created by the flowing waves will certainly make your adrenalin rush. When the route becomes more challenging, you are bound to extract more fun and enjoyment from the expedition. The white waters will enthrall and excite you and give you ample scope to test your mettle. While you plan a trip to The Lütschine River, you can even watch the gentle waves floating slowly through the current and witness the captivating beauty of the riverside. The river remains at its best condition from the month of June to August.