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... Spinne which has a fantastic view up to the Eiger and other surrounding
Reminisce about when in 1983 I sat with a beer in hand on this very
terrace when on my very first visit to Grindelwald and how I was then
absolutely blown away by all I saw and experienced.
... Jason thoroughly enjoyed this experience as well and lucky for him, he had more air time than I did. This experience is something that I would love to feel again, again, and again!
After flying we met Ren back in Grindelwald and we headed up higher in the alps by cable car to Bort. Here we found the most perfect spot ever for a picnic and spent quite a bit of time eating, drinking, relaxing, and taking a ton of photos. ...
... 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Undeterred we followed the signposts for the Mannlichen. You have to credit the Swiss for their signposting...cannot fault it. All walks are on yellow signposts, and expressed in time, not distance. They really don't want you getting lost in their mountains!
... like a French city. Here in the mountains I have found my utopia. On the negative side I have to finally concede I have reached old age.
The Eiger North Face is a household name & now also well known as a brand of clothing & equipment. This is even the case for people who have nothing to do with mountain climbing. Even if you ...
... today. The next stop was the ice palace, a long tunnel in the ice, even with ice floors, and little galleries of ice sculptures. We were then supposed to go out on the plateau to play in the snow (!) but it was closed because of the blizzard. So then it was a matter of lunch from the cafeteria (at about 2pm by this stage). Then into the trains for the 35 minute trip back down to the beautiful village of Grindelwald ...