From Schimbrigbad you walk up a meadow path to the edge of the forest, which you zigzag through. You're starting to catch wonderful glimpses of the Entlebuch between the trees. Now follows the most spectacular part of the outing. The last 160 metres up to the summit are mostly on the ridge. To start with, saplings line the ridge, but the last metres consist of bare, grass-covered terrain. From here you have great views of the Titlis and the Bernese Alps. Lake Lucerne is also visible on the right-hand side of the ridge. Shortly before the summit, a pasture fence crosses the ridge. A gate allows you free passage to the nearby summit cross. Enjoy the panoramic view!
After a breather, walk back the same way along the ridge. Shortly before the path enters the forest, climb over the fence on the left with a small ladder. From here you descend in a quarter of an hour to the Loegg alp. The bench you encounter on the way down is a good place to pause and enjoy the view. From the Loegg alp you walk down more than 200 altitude metres through the pasture for 20 minutes to reach the Chätterech alp. You then follow the agricultural road and descend steadily to the bottom of the alp. The road takes you about two kilometres along the Grosse Entlen, the last three hundred metres of which are on asphalt. You cross the river over an old timber pedestrian bridge and follow an ascending forest path. At the top you pass the Brüderen alp with its little chapel. From here the Eremitenweg (hermit's way) leads you through a holiday home zone down to the starting point of Gfellen.