my memory is a little shaky but I'm pretty sure I was there about 5 - 6 years ago..
We took the train to Interlaken and then got to Lauterbrunnen. We started our hike in that valley and climbed Schilthorn -- which is the peak just west of Lauterbrunnen.
We spent the first night just a little way up the mountain in some 'guesthouse' in a town there. We hiked up to the top of Schilthorn the next day and took the cable car down.
1. Incredible views of the Jungfrau across the Lauterbrunnen valley.
2. Easy access by public transportation
It's Europe -- I've really soured on hiking there.
There is a GIANT REVOLVING RESTAURANT on top of Schilthorn. The hike up is pleasant enough but there are 100s of tourists and honeymooning couples from around the world, up at the top arriving by cable car. It's noisy and real ugly.
If you don't mind power lines, people, a trail wide enough and paved enough to drive a Honda Civic on, huts along way and domesticated animals -- or can deal with it to enjoy an amazing view of the Jungfrau across from you, this is a great hike.
I understand people go looking for very different things on hikes but I'm come to find that even arctic Norway cannot offer what even the Adirondacks can in terms of remoteness.