I was there two year ago and loved the area
The thing I did was walking from Lauterbrunnen to the Trummelbach falls (this is in direcction to Stechelberg. From there you continue to Stechelberg and before reaching the village you will see the cable car that goes up to Murren. Once in Murren you can take some some walk around the area and take the gondola up to the Schilthorn.
Once you are in Murren again you can take the train to Grutschalp (o walk to the station (around 1 hour on more or less flat terrain) and take the gondola down to Lauterbrunnen
Hope to have helped
As it may be better to go up to the Schilthorn earlier, it´s usually more unclouded in the morning, you could the the trip at the other direction: going to to Murren first and then taking the walk along the Valley of Waterfalls
After I am done with Schilthorn, I guess I will take the gondola down to Murren and then take the train to Grutschalp and take gondola down to Lauterbrunnen?
Correct me if I am wrong :)
From Wengen you take the train to Lauterbrunnen, and from there you have the two choices: walk to the Falls or take the gondola up to Grustchalp and then the train or walk to Murren. I think the gondola at Lauterbrunnen must be close to the station (When I was there you took the funicular, but it has been replaced at the end of last year for the gondola)
Once at Murren, the gondola to the Schilthorn is in the middle of the village, quite easy to find
The walk to the falls may take no longer than 1 hour. It you do not want to walk to the falls, there is a post bus going there, but I don´t know the times, maybe another poster may help you or you can find the information in the Tourist office in Lauterbrunnen o thoughinternet!
DOlphinz the best way to enjoy your trip to Schilthorn is to do the circular route. Wengen down to Lauterbrunnen station on the cog railway. Then you follow the cable car sign to Grutschalp. You walk down the ramp turn left and the underpass takes you across the road above and up an escalator to the cable car. The cable car takes 10 minutes up to Grutschalp where a small scenic train meets it to take you along to Murren (or you can hike along). Murren is car free like Wengen, the train station is at one end of the village the Schilthorn cable car at the other. A 10 minute stroll you can't miss it. You will want to spend some time I'm this lovely village either now or on the way back.The Schilthorn trip up is in two stages, firstly up to Birg then another cable car up to the Piz Gloria revolving restaurant. Coming down you should go back down to the valley floor at stechelberg which involves 4 cable car trips the last quite dramatic! At Stechelberg you can walk up to the head of the valley or take the bus down the valley which stops at the entrance to the underground Trummelbach falls. After seeing the falls you can hike or take the bus back to Lauterbrunnen station to catch the cog railway up to Wengen. A great circular trip summer or winter.
This means I have to take a train from Wengen to Lauterbrunnen station. Then look out for the cable car to Grutschalp. This cable car takes me to Murren. From Murren, i walk to the other end of the village to take the cable car to Schilthorn. So i guess the cable car up to Schilthorn is quite straight forward though we need to change a couple of time?
On a return trip, I will take the same cable car down. But this time it stops at Stechelberg rather than Grutschalp? From Stechelberg, where can I take the bus? Isit just outside the cable station? If i were to hike after the Trummelbach falls, can I see Stabbach falls on my way to the rail station?
Thanks for your detailed explaniation! :)