Discover the unique Winterlaken Christmas tree labyrinth & maze in Interlaken and get lost in a mesmerizing winter wonderland right in the middle of the Swiss alps.
Old Christmas Trees make the Winterlaken Labyrinth
This winter used and unsold Christmas trees are given a second home at the Winterlaken Christmas tree labyrinth. Anyone that wants to get rid of their Christmas tree after Christmas can donate their tree to the tree maze. On top of that many shops and suppliers have promised to bring and donate their unsold Christmas trees to this great initiative. Together thousands of tree will be used to create a unique labyrinth that will make the Christmas spirit stay with us a little longer.
Winterlaken Christmas Tree Labyrinth & Maze
From January 13th to February 19th, 2023 you can visit the Winterlaken labyrinth on the Höhenmatte with your loved ones for free. Winding paths made of wood chips lead through the magical forest of disused Christmas trees. The paths winding through the forest of Christmas trees get a magical touch as they glow in the dark. Thanks to a special treatment of the woodchips with a biodegradable, fluorescent spray your journey through the the labyrinth becomes truly magical in the evening.
The labyrinth is open daily and is located in the north-western part of the Höhematte. In the wintry maze you will encounter different dead ends, discover magical figures and run into many unexpected surprises. Fun for young and old guaranteed!
Donate your Christmas Tree
Help us and give your Christmas tree a second home. On January 6th and 7th, 2023 you can hand in your Christmas tree from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the Höhenweg at the corner of Grand Café-Restaurant Schuh. You will receive a little surprise in return.
Tree over 1.60meter in height are preferred and the trees should be stripped from all decorations, lights and candles.
Your tree donation is also an important contribution to the sustainable use of resources. After your Christmas tree delighted guests and locals in the labyrinth until February 19, 2023, its journey continues. All trees are then handed over to fishing associations, farms and animal parks for further use.