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... the time we got to baggage to get our bag it was alone and an announcement was broadcast that unclaimed bags would be destroyed. By the time we leave there is the longest line-up to get train tickets. The ticket seller is particularly unhelpful. Actually all the train personnel were decidedly unwilling to help. Result we end up on the wrong train and need to travel by ...
... we leave the protective bubble of the car, it is very cold with winds and sleet/rain. We are at the feet of Matterhorn but it is shrouded in cloud. Below us is a magnificent valley with glaciers and terminal moraine. As we walk the rain and winds abait the clouds lift to give a glimpse of the Matterhorn. It is a beautiful walk the snowy peaks and glaciers, the rock and lichen and once we reach the tree line the larch are ...
... up, so Mark continued on to the top without me (while I held on for dear life to a sign post!). When he came back down he helped me come back down... It was so steep, I came down on my butt. Then we hiked down, and at about the halfway point, we decided to hike towards Mürren (1638 meters), which is a bigger village about an hour away. That hike was easier because it was more of less level. We did some grocery shopping for the ...
... 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 ...
... views over the mountains and valleys. From the top we walked a few hours to a station called Kleine Scheidegg which looks onto the Eiger mountain and they have telescopes to watch people trying to conquer the hardest climb in the alps. There is even stories of people looking through the telescopes and seeing people fall - bit scary.
On our final day we had a relaxing time and drove to Interlaken. We had a wander around but there wasn’t that much to see, ...