Hotel Becs De Bosson

Address: Grimentz, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3961, Switzerland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Grimentz

    Magic in the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 28, 2014

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... a glorious day we left the train at the first stop after the tunnel and walked down to Kleine Scheidegge on part of the Eiger Jungfrau walk. The panoramic views were stunning as we walked through alpine meadows full of wild flowers, surrounded by the tinkling sound of cowbells. Here they are for real! Made me think reading Heidi as a child. Written on the stones around the small artificial lake are the names of all the people who have died trying to climb ...

    Glaciers and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 02, 2014

    16 photos

    Another day of rain today but we think this will not hamper our plans too much. We headed off to Trummelbach Falls on the train via Interlaken. The travel time for this trip was about 2h40min, but we didn't mind being inside a dry train in this weather. A check of the weather in Lauterbrunnen - the village near the falls said today it would reach a high of -9 with possible snow. Oh geez I thought - I'm going to have to wear nearly all my clothes!! With a hot Starbucks coffee in hand ...

    Peak of the trip in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by writemich on Aug 28, 2013

    8 photos

    ... black cave-like tunnel at the waterfalls. That night was pure magic. And then there was Jungfrau - 'Top of Europe' - some 4000+ metres or 13,000+ ft (rough math from memory here, forgive me) - tallest in Europe says it all. At first we balked at the price... train tickets were 150Euro each. But then on our last day, with clear skies and total flexibility, we pulled the trigger and caught a train ...

    The Swiss Alps

    A travel blog entry by finnadventure on May 22, 2013

    183 photos

    ... We finished off our picnic lunch for dinner with a couple of RugenBrau and headed for bead exhausted. After an unexpectedly gorgeous day and with the knowledge that tomorrow will be below freezing and snowy, we have decided to travel to Florence a day early in hopes of catching some late afternoon sun there. Since both Ev and Suz took pictures there may be some repeats. Keep in mind that what is posted is a fraction of the pictures we took! - Ev and ...

    Lovely (rainy) Lauterbrunnen

    A travel blog entry by trekker.brown on Sep 03, 2011

    26 photos

    ... 700. They said that this is illegal in most of the U.S. except for some tall bridge in Idaho, where it costs $400. All weekend, we continued to see batches of these daring young men walking in groups of three with large black backpacks along with mischievous quiet faces on. Starting at 8am, you can spot these jumpers leaping off the cliffs rain or shine.

    Down the road in Interlaken, there was a farmer festival ...