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a day on the lakes near Interlaken?

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We are enjoying our week in Wengen. I am anticipating a free day on Friday for my family of 4 (DD14, DS11). Assuming the next two days go well, we will have done the walks I had set out to do and gotten a nice mixture of views in the area.

So, on Thursday night we'll discuss our options and interests. We might take a ride up to one of the higher peaks or we might go the other way and spend a day on one of the lakes (or even go to the Ballenberg Museum).

So, what's a nice way to spend a day on the lake? Which one? Is the intent to putter around and explore the various towns/villages? DW might like that but I fear that the rest of us might be a little bored (which is why it didn't make it on my top 5 list). Am I underselling it?

Which stretch would be best for a walk as well?

Thanks.

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