Central Hotel Wolter
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... its start in Interlaken to its end on the steep slopes of the Jungrau mountain range right below the north face of the Eiger at Kleine Scheidegg. I have walked over many of the paths the route follows and even with
hiking poles the paths are no easy matter. The last part of the route's ascent is actually up the glacial moraine I walked down carefully in the rain on September 5 last week. I understand the record is less than three hours. Incredible!! ...
... not even to the top because we ran out of time), we got on our sleds at about 8,500 feet altitude and began the ride down the hill. The sled ride in total lasted 1 hour... That is 1 hour sledding down the hill, only stopping when I was about to crash or fall over the mountain.... I wish I could put into words how amazing, insane, crazy, and fun this "sled ride" was, but I honestly can't even begin to explain. Instead I will just let my pictures try and do it justice.. ...
... color: rgba(26, 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; ">Suddenly there was an almighty explosion! I instinctively screamed as I did not know what the hell it was - Mark ducked! Up the mountain and over to our right, smoke billowed. Then there was a loud crashing sound as a big rock hit the avalanche barriers over to ...
... rock face. ‘If the rock face needs to be climbed, we will climb it or stay inside!' This statement was made by the two Austrian Alpinists Edi Rainer & Willy Angerer. For the two of them this came true in a brutal way- they stayed ‘inside’. The first attempt to climb it in 1936 became the best known drama of the Eiger North ...
... as JJ fell getting back onto the piste so Sam turned right to avoid him and landed at the bottom of a snow drift. There was then the walk up the drift to get out.
Then it was down to the old speed gun (now fixed) which is a slower run than the new one on the Arven run. Even so Sam reached 70 km/h, JJ 78 km/h and I reached 88 km/h. Then we ran down to the Zeil and the Inner Wengen chair. At the top we took Sam down the World Cup Slalom course. There are ...