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Wildflowers in Berner Oberland

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Am wondering what the likelihood is of seeing wildflowers in bloom in the Berner Oberland region in mid-May. We're staying in Murren. Would love to hike through/near a field of wildflowers, but am thinking May might be too early (or at least this year, which so far seems on a cold streak). What's been your experience? And what are the best hikes for viewing wildflowers? Everywhere or are some hikes better than others?

I realize this is very weather dependent. We once traveled to Amsterdam in late April, but the weather that spring was so warm, that we missed the majority of tulips by the time we got there.

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