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Swiss card question

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I am planning a trip to Switzerland, and trying to figure out various rail passes. So far we like Swiss card for our specific itinerary (2 long trips and many pricey mountain transport):

* Flying to Geneva and spend a couple of days around the lake (probably base in Lausanne).
* Train to Bernese Oberland for a week, with lots of mountain transport if weather cooperates.
* Train to Ticino (most likely Lugano) for a day or 2 before continueing to Milan and fly home.

Can we actually use the Swiss card for the trip from Interlaken to Lugano? Technically it is supposed for a trip to either airport or board. Obviously I would like to use it for the long trip, and just pay for the trip Lugano --> Milan.

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