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despite signs saying 15 minutes I manage to make it within about 5
I join the queue for the 13h30 train but for some reason there is no sign
of anyone else from the group. After standing here for 5 minutes or so I decided
to ask a member of staff and he informs me that trains with group bookings will
leave from the lower station platforms.
On that note I run as fast as I can and head down the stairs and there on
the platform I see ...
... since last winter which dripped on us!! It was quite barren and I was getting extremely exhausted as the top came into view, so much so that I asked Mark to take my daypack for the final couple of hundred metres - maybe a combination of the cold and the thin air, because pride would normally cut in, but I was well beyond that!
With a helping hand (Mark's), we made it to the top, where we were surprised to see two workers rebuilding a ...
... rugged peaks of the San Juan's. Glaciers and large amounts of permanent snow accented the rugged sides and peaks of the Berner Oberland mountains. We were taking photos like mad from the Pension's deck, when we were interrupted by Phil. "Would you like a beer?" "We'll, you talked us into it, Phil. Zwei dünkels, bitte!" We sat on the deck admiring the view and sipping our beers we met some folks from Grand Forks, ND visiting their daughter who was living in Brussels working for a ...
... We visited the Alpineschule adventure park where we were properly kitted out and then enjoyed rock climbing ( proper rock climbing- non of this pretend wall stuff) and zip lining across the valley- it was certainly quite an adrenaline rush especially surrounded by the beautiful scenery! We were treated to a Swiss evening with local Swiss horn player and chocolate fondu in the evening!
For our second day ...
... light breaks sometime before I get up:) and we embark ascending over our town to Bryndli's summit. The cow bells sound creating a procession as we ascend the narrow paths, wildflowers fill our view waving us on in the breeze while the long stranded grass tickles our ankles.
Feeling like Jack and the beanstalk among the clouds, they float by, allowing us glimpses of the village below. Pine trees slowly surround us with remaining snow ...