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Berner Oberland Itinerary help!

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We'll be in Bernese Oberland for Jan 9-12 and wanted to get some feedback on an itinerary.

Day 1- Fly into Geneva and train to Wegnen (get in about 3-4pm). Explore Wegnen
Day 2- Train to mannlichen and hike to Kleine Scheidegg. Conflicting reports if this is even doable in the winter? Then we'll take the train from Kleine Scheidegg to Junfraujoch and back to Wegnen (too much in one day?)
Day 3- Schlithorn mountain + explore Murren/Gimmelwald
Day 4- Explore Grindelwald OR interlaken and open air museum /cheese making demonstration.

These may not go in order I planned and I know will largely be based on the weather.

Does day 2 have too much? Are there other (short) hikes we can do specifically in the winter? Its hard to flush out in the guidebooks which activities are winter friendly? We'll also be in Wegnen Jan 9-12. Is that too close to the race Jan 15-18? Would we be better off in Murren?

Thanks in advance- I have a lot of questions!

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