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The Laveygrat (also Lavey ) is a ridge in the Bernese Oberland that forms the border between Adelboden and Lenk . It is the southern ridge of the Albristhorn , which leads over the Tierberg ( ) and the Seewlehore ( ) to the summit.
A pommel lift was still in service until around 1970, but it only began at the Sennhütte of today's Chüjer-Stuba (restaurant). Afterwards a 3-seater chairlift was built by Garaventa , which finally gave way to a 4-seater chairlift in 2007. This is new, also from Garaventa and has a capacity of 2200 people per hour. At , the Laveygrat station is the highest in the actual Adelboden-Lenk network. In the area of validity of the ski pass, however, it is exceeded by the stations Elsighorn ( ) and Dossen ( Engstligenalp ) ( ).
In winter there are red ski slopes to the Hahnenmoospass and from there to Geils and Bühlberg (Lenk), to Sillerenbühl and from there via Aebi or Bergläger to the valley run to Adelboden. A black slope leads to Geils.
- Daniel Anker: Bernese Oberland West . 6th edition, Bergverlag Rother, Munich 2015, ISBN 978-3-7633-4282-2 .