I don't see it. How can it happen?
How far are you traveling to make this trip? Without actually seeing much of anything except in passing.
I don't want you to think I am rude, felicia, but it really doesn't hold together.
You can't see anything in the dark, the one place you could do after dark is the mall which on the day you want to do it is open until 20:00 but you are there in the middle of the day.
I don't think you have left enough time for all the travel so the events you want to do will be sharply curtailed.
You need to understand, and your itinerary above bears it out, that you do NOT have 4 days and 3 nights. You have, at best, 2 days and 3 nights and a bucketload of travel.
Are you flying into Zurich, or arriving some other way? Will you, or any of your 3 traveling companions, be jetlagged from a long flight?
I don't see the purpose for staying in Bern. Is there a special reason for going there? While it is a nice capitol city, and has some nice old fountains and a few bears, it is really a city like many others and has very few tourist attractions. It is well and gone from the Alps, but you could stay much closer to the Alps or in them for less money and much more convenience.
By no means is good weather guaranteed in the Berner Oberland in November. By tying yourself down to exactly the 26th of November you are setting yourself up for failure.
Why are you going to Kleine Scheidegg? (By the way, spell it out - By referring to it as Kleine you are just calling it "small" or "little", but little what? Use its whole name or people you bump into for help in Switzerland will have to ask that same question). Is it because you want to ski, or because you don't have the time for the rest of the journey to Jungfraujoch, or because you want to hike the ridge trail? If it is the hiking it is likely the trail will be closed at the end of November. If for the skiing so early in the season it may not be reliable. If you stayed the night in Muerren, Wengen, Grindelwald or Lauterbrunnen you would be right on the spot and have the evening you arrive, the whole next day, and part of the morning of the day you move on to see the beauty of the place.
Your day on the 27th blows my mind. I really don't see it working. Let's see it play out.
You say you will be up early. What does early mean to you? Sunrise will be a few minutes before 8, and sunset will be 16:45, with a fair amount of dark around that. There will be virtually no moon at night. So what time do you think you will be checking out after breakfast? Say 7? So...
Out of hotel 7:00, to the station by 8? Where are you staying in Bern? I don't know any good hotels near the station in Bern.
One hour to Zurich and two hours to get to your Zurich hotel, introduce yourselves (probably much too early to check in), freshen up, leave your luggage with the hotel and return to the train station?
If you catch the right train to Schaffhausen it will take 40 minutes; if you miss it the next is about an hour. Then down to the Falls, on foot or by the City tourist Train? So 2 hours to get to the Falls, see them (boat? Freezing cold in November, to say nothing of the mist), have a bite, and get back to the station, and an hour or more to get back to the hotel in Zurich and check in.
It is now 15:00. How long is the short rest? An hour? 16:00.
To the Fashion Fish Factory Outlet in Schönenwerd. Time to get back to the station and about 3/4 of an hour to reach Schönenwerd. Lucky it is just over the road from the Schönenwerd station.
Oh, the sun just went down.
How long will the 4 of you be at the mall shopping?
What did you want to do in Luzern? Will you be carrying all your shopping bags?
Honestly, felicia, I think you need to think it out again, like I have.