Adelboden is a Swiss Alpine village in the Bernese Oberland region. It’s known for the ski resort of Adelboden-Lenk, host of the FIS Ski World Cup. The central village church dates from the 15th century. Outside of town, at Engstligen Falls, several Alpine streams join together to become the Engstligen River. Farther north, the river forms the deep, narrow Choleren Gorge, which is accessible via bridges and walkways.
Elevation: 1,350 m
Highest elevation (Grossstrubel): 3,242 m (10,636 ft)
Lowest elevation (Engstligen valley): 1,045 m (3,428 ft)