The mountain area Bielen is located at 1100 meters and can be reached via the Bielenbahn. The area is mainly visited by paragliders and has a small parking lot at the Geissmattli valley station. Otherwise, the cable car can also be reached in 15 minutes from the Zentralbahn stop Grafenort.
The Buiräbähnli to the alp of Sepp Niederberger and Fränzi Amrein
Bielen is a popular starting point for paragliders, indeed the alp of Sepp Niederberger and Fränzi Amrein and their three children is a paragliding mecca. Their property lies at an altitude of over 1110 meters above sea level and captivates with a fantastic view of the Engelberg valley. A place where not only Sepp and Fränzi feel at home. The farm is also home to several llamas, alpacas, sheep, chickens, geese, rabbits, cats and a dog. Working at this altitude is anything but easy, and the steep slopes make the job of haymaking difficult. They are visited by "time-out kids" who want to take a break from their difficult daily lives and experience the beautiful mountain scenery and mountain life on a family farm. At the mountain station there is also a small coffee house with a kiosk.