Luggage Storage in Lauterbrunnen (Easy & Convenient)

Done with your stay in Lauterbrunnen but not done with the travels? Wondering where to put your bags for the day while you get out there and explore the Jungfrau region?

No problem! There are a few spots in Lauterbrunnen where you can stash your baggage while you go about your adventures. Let’s find out more….

Luggage Storage Companies in Lauterbrunnen


Sadly, no major luggage storage firms have set up shop in Lauterbrunnen yet. However, if you’re in Interlaken, it’s worth looking into the three options offered by Bounce. If not, your top choice would likely be to leave your bags in a locker at the train station (check below for more specifics).

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Lauterbrunnen Train Station Luggage Storage

Leaving your bags in a luggage locker at an SBB train station is a safe method many travelers use. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve just dropped some coins into their lockers, freeing me to enjoy my day without any luggage concerns. And you should too!

Luggage Lockers

Lauterbrunnen luggage lockers
Lauterbrunnen luggage lockers

Lauterbrunnen train station only has 12 smaller lockers store your luggage for up to 72 hours. They might be big enough for small to medium-sized suitcases or backpacks. But if you have something larger, then their left luggage counter might be a better option.

Also, keep in mind, there are only 12 lockers. So, during busy periods, they might all be full.

DimensionsPrice (CHF)Number of Lockers
Small25 x 40 x 75 cm
9.7 x 16.5 x 29.5 inches
5.0012
Luggage Locker sizes in Lauterbrunnen
SBB Coin operated luggage lockers
SBB Coin-operated luggage lockers

They are also coin-operated, so you need either 50 Rappen or 1 & 2 CHF coins, which is not ideal for many of us.

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Where Are The Luggage Lockers?

Lauterbrunnen luggage lockers location
Lauterbrunnen luggage lockers location on Platform 1

The luggage lockers are on Platform 1 at the end of the main Lauterbrunnen station building. You can see a red arrow in the picture above showing where they are. It took me a while to find them as there are not many of them and there are no signs indicating where they are (that I could find).

There are also luggage trolleys nearby if you need them to move your luggage to and from the trains.

Luggage carts at Lauterbrunnen station
Luggage carts at Lauterbrunnen station

Interlaken Ost has more options if you have larger luggage, so that’s an option if you are anywhere near there. And their left luggage counter is open slightly longer.

Grindelwald on the other hand, suffers from the same limitations as Lauterbrunnen, although they do have 20 lockers instead of just 12, so that’s a minor plus!

Left Luggage Service

SBB train stations often have a left luggage service that is open during the day and Lauterbrunnen is no exception. According to the SBB website, these are their opening times and rates.

  • Opening Hours: 7 days a week, 9 am – 5 pm
  • Cost: CHF 12 per piece per day
  • Restrictions: Maximum weight 25 kg (55 lbs)

Luggage Storage at Lauterbrunnen Hotels

You should also think about asking your hotel if they can store your bags. Many hotels offer this service for free until you’re ready to depart. The only catch is that there needs to be staff at the desk when you want to pick up your luggage. So, if you’re planning to leave extremely early or return quite late, then using a locker at the train station might be your safest option.

Written by Ashley Faulkes
As a twenty-year resident of Switzerland, I am passionate about exploring every nook and cranny of this beautiful country, I spend my days deep in the great Swiss outdoors, and love to share these experiences and insights with fellow travel enthusiasts.

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