|Canton :||Bern (BE)|
|Administrative district :||Interlaken-Oberhasli|
|BFS no. :||0783|
|Postal code :||6083 Hasliberg Hohfluh
6084 Hasliberg Wasserwendi
6085 Hasliberg Goldern
6086 Hasliberg Reuti
|Coordinates :||658 571 / 176 597|
|Height :||1082 m above sea level M.|
|Height range :||718-2535 m above sea level M.|
|Area :||41.74 km²|
|Residents:||1164 (December 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||28 inhabitants per km²|
|Location of the municipality|
Hasliberg is a municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland .
The Hasliberg municipal area begins behind the Brünig Pass ( 1008 m above sea level ). From there it stretches across the entire sun terrace of the Haslital to Planplatten ( 2246 m above sea level ) and continues into the Baumgarten / Engstlenalp area . The municipality borders Meiringen to the west and south , Innertkirchen to the east and the canton of Obwalden to the north . The highest point in the municipality of Hasliberg is the Glogghüs at 2534 m above sea level. M. , the lowest point is in the footpath in Reutiberg at about 700 m above sea level. M.
The populated area extends over four villages over a length of nine kilometers: starting from the Brünig Pass you come to Hohfluh ( 1051 m above sea level ), from there via Wasserwendi ( 1217 m above sea level ) and Goldern ( 1082 m above sea level). ) finally to Reuti ( 1061 m above sea level ).
The name Hasliberg is derived from the Old High German generic words hasal (hazel bushes) and mountain .
The village was first mentioned in 1358 when "Hasle an den Bergen" was mentioned. The community used to be called Hasleberg , before the current name Hasliberg finally came into being in 1923 . In 1834 the community of Hasliberg was founded, which corresponded to the borders of the farmers from the late Middle Ages . The oldest surviving community code of the farmers dates from 1555.
From the 14th century, iron ore was mined in various places in the area .
The community was isolated for a long time and only accessible on foot or on horseback. The inhabitants lived mainly from agriculture. In 1859 the steep path from Goldern and Reuti to Meiringen was expanded to such an extent that a single-axle wagon could drive it over the many bends in an emergency. In 1890 a three-meter-wide driveway from Meiringen to Hohfluh was built. The first two guest houses were opened in 1885 and 1890, while tourism in Meiringen flourished with 18 hotels. With the construction of today's road from Brünig to Reuti between 1902 and 1907, the community was properly developed for the first time; until 1930 there was still a driving ban for motorized vehicles, which was strongly supported by the population, so that Hasliberg was a car-free health resort. A stagecoach used the new road from 1907 to 1925, and from 1909 also in winter. The road led to an upswing in the community, and tourism quickly established itself as an important economic pillar. In 1911 there were already eleven hotels with 600 beds. Later, winter tourism gradually developed. The luxury hotel Schweizerhof, built in 1906, went bankrupt when the guests stayed away during the First World War. Later it was a Protestant holiday home, after 1985 it was converted into the Hasliberghof Rehabilitation Clinic , and since 2007 the house has been run as the Hasliberg Rehabilitation Clinic .
In 1960 the first gondola lift was opened, leading from Wasserwendi to Alp Käserstatt . In 1973 the Meiringen – Hasliberg cable car was opened.
The first reformed church on Hasliberg was built in Hohfluh in 1938. Before that, the Haslibergers had to go to Meiringen to visit the church. In 1947 a vicariate was established. The parish has had a full pastoral office since 1967. In 1975 the Christophorus Chapel was built as the first catholic sacred building in Hasliberg-Hohfluh.
Hasliberg has a share of foreigners of 16.32%.
The cable car leads from Meiringen to Hasliberg-Reuti. The gondola lift with eight-person gondolas to the Bidmi middle station and the Mägisalp mountain station begins in Reuti . Chairlifts lead from Mägisalp to the Glogghüs ( 2432 m above sea level ) and the 8-seater Eagle Express gondola lift takes you to the AlpenTower mountain inn on Planplatten ( 2250 m above sea level ). A chair lift from Bidmi to Käserstatt connects the two formerly separate railway companies.
In Wasserwendi there is a gondola lift via Lischen to the Käserstatt mountain station . There are tow lifts and a 6-seater chair lift on the Hochsträss available.
The two Muggestutz Adventure Dwarf Paths are especially designed for families with children . Path 1 leads from Mägisalp to Bidmi, path 2 from Käserstatt to Lischen. There is also a footpath from Reuti to Meiringen in approx. 45 minutes.
The Ecole d'Humanité , which is known beyond the national borders, is located in Goldern . This is a private school that has been under state supervision since 1946.
- Daniel Wolf, Jost von Allmen: Ernst E. Anderegg . Selected buildings in the Interlaken-Oberhasli region (= Swiss Art Guide, No. 887/888, series 89). Edited by the Society for Swiss Art History GSK, Bern 2011, ISBN 978-3-85782-887-4 .
- Website of the municipality of Hasliberg
- Anne-Marie Dubler : Hasliberg. In: Historical Lexicon of Switzerland .
- Current and historical pictures from the Meiringen-Hasliberg ski area on seilbahnbilder.ch
- ↑ Permanent resident population from STAT-TAB of the BfS , municipalities see also regional portraits 2020 on bfs.admin.ch, accessed on May 29, 2020
- ^ Anne-Marie Dubler: Hasliberg. In: Historical Lexicon of Switzerland .
- ^ Adolf Urweider: 100 years Haslibergstrasse . Anniversary font. Residential community Hasliberg, Hasliberg, Meiringen 2007.
- ^ History. In: Hasliberg Rehabilitation Clinic. Retrieved October 30, 2019 .
- ↑ a b Ernst Nägeli: Hasliberg . In: Bern homeland books . No. 128 . Paul Haupt, Bern 1982, ISBN 3-258-03122-3 .
- ↑ Chronological history , Bergbahnen Meiringen-Hasliberg AG, accessed on July 26, 2020