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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Berghaus Toni Riederalp
Travel Blogs from Riederalp
... walk and we trekked it with the sun only peering up on the horizon. Wimbledon holds a certain number of tickets every single year for the ‘general public’, as in anybody who rocks up. So, lots of people will camp out overnight and get up bright and early to queue and get into the grounds. We thought we wouldn’t camp out and just walk over before the first trains arrived – good call as we got into ...
... Swiss paragliding pilot along with the other to individuals joining me who were from France and Oklahoma. We took the small van back to Strechelberg and caught the cable car back to and hiked an additional 200 m to our takeoff destination. As the three pilots prepared their gear I strapped into the jacket they provided and took some pictures. My tandem pilot Robin fitted my helmet tightly and my harness, to me surprise, loosely! Apparently it's supposed to be loose! ...
... distributed at the top! Walking along the ridge, there was a restaurant and toilet facilities at the lift station. We washed up a little and sat in an empty picnic room for lunch. Most people were eating outside in the sun, but unlike them, we needed a break from the sun. We had only seen three other people hike up with us, so everyone else had ridden the lift or walked the longer, less steep path that we would be heading down on. We ate lunch slowly, making sure to drink a lot ...
The usual morning routine was taken a bit quicker this morning and we left the hotel ten minutes early. As we left light snow was falling in Lauterbrunnen and the clear skies of the last few days had disappeared behind cloud, as had many of the peaks.
JJ and I caught an earlier train and we were joined by Matt and one of the instructors called Ken. The plan was to get off the train at Wengen Alp, ski down to the Wixi chair and then ski down into ...
... many snowfields, most with trepidation because we didn’t know for sure what was under them and how deep the snow, and whether it would hold us. There was one tricky stream crossing which involved a jump that neither of us was sure we would make, but after walking upstream for a while until we came to a better looking place, and closing our eyes, we were on the other side.
Two hours and ten minutes later we arrived at Grosse ...