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Swiss pass or Individual tickets?

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Hi everyone,

My husband and I will be traveling to Switzerland for 5 days in July.
We will be traveling by train from Milan to Wengen. We have hotel reservations at Wengen. We will be flying back from Zurich.Wengen to Zurich by train.

We were wondering if 4 day Swiss pass is a better deal than buying individual tickets. We wish to see the Bernese Oberland area and do a few small hikes in the area ( see Murren, Gimmelwald, interlaken, Lautterbrunnen).

I tried entering individual routes on sbb.ch but I am confused a little as I am not sure what routes we will be using for sure.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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