Dampfwürstlibummler - Our Steam Sausage Cruiser

Every Wednesday from 10.00 h you can travel up to the Brienzer Rothorn in 100 minutes – und during your stop at Planalp enjoy our mouth-watering “Heizerwürstli” steam sausages with rack rail bread and a refreshing drink.

Price (without trainride):
CHF 15.00 per Person in addition to the regular train ticket (Children as well)

«With diesel, fuel oil or coal - we drive for the guest's well-being.»

Lieni Pitschi
Engineer

«With the steam train as 125 years ago on top of the Brienzer Rothorn - up there almost whole Switzerland lays down to your feet»

Peter Flück
Board of Directors

«Every ride on the Brienzer Rothorn is unique, impressive and different. Pure pleasure - soul gasoline.»

Katrin Nägeli-Lüthi
Board of Directors

«Our steam train - a matter of the heart»

Karin Grossmann
Administration Management Services

«Welcome, to Switzerland's favourite mountain railway!»

Mike Ellis
Authorised Sales Representative

«With tradition in the future.»

Ueli Zimmermann
Conductor

«Nature, History, Technology and "the fireplace always up front"»

Kurt Amacher
Engineer

«Since 1892 only income in the summer season. A big challenge but very exciting!»

Pascal Suter
Head of Management Services

«I love my job!»

Thomas Trachsel
Engineer

«After the trip to the Rothorn, the beautiful view over the turquoise blue Lake Brienz awaits me - simply brilliant

Thomas Germann
Engineer

«A shovel at Kobi Peters' house lasts until the first kilometer.»

Chrigel Flück
Heater

«125 years old and yet fresh, youthful and all set up.»

Eva Amacher
Sales Representative

«Working at the BRB is nice, diversified and in the nature.»

Fritz Blatter
Conductor

«I have the most beautiful job when the weather is nice and the guests are in a good mood.»

Thomas Brunner
Conductor

«The most beautiful mountain railway, the most beloved way to experience a mountain with muse and soulful ease

Simon Koller
Director

«Historic cultural heritage with lots of steam and smoke, an unforgettable experience

Linda Mathys
Guest support