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... making it one of the highest unbroken fall waterfalls in Europe. Bev wisely rested her feet and stayed in the car. A fortuitous move as at the end of the very steep track to the waterfall was ... no view of the waterfall! There was a much better view from the valley floor. This track just ended in the cliff and the only way you could tell there was a waterfall to your right was from the sound and the occasional float of mist wafting by. Thwarted by the falls, ...
... we were eating, oh no, don't say the sun is only here for a short time.
Further on the way home we stopped at Iseltwald on the other side of the lake (Brienzersee) to where we are staying.
There was what once was an old castle, Castle Seeburg, it is now in use as a treatment centre for young adults, what a beautiful place to aid in getting well.
All in all we had a great day & the rain stopped, and the sun came out again. Top temperature today was 7.5C
... br> lot of mountains and Lauterbrunnen between the other lot. I ordered some coffee
and a cake and just sat here looking over these magnificent mountains. The views
were simply more than the eye could take in.
It was now after 5pm and I was beginning to wonder if I had missed the last
train home and was getting the impression i was going to be stuck up here for
the night. I wandered around looking for other ways down and sure enough there
is a footpath ...
... email from my parents that I was cycling "lower" Switzerland, which they weren’t sure how to interpret as Grindelwald is neither in geographically lower Switzerland nor at a low altitude. When I showed them my upcoming planned route over to Gletsch and Andermatt they informed me there was nothing low altitude about it! Fortunately they also enlightened me that I had completely misread the map contours for the cycle on ...
... font-family: Helvetica; font-size: medium; line-height: normal; -webkit-tap-highlight-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; ">Driving south out of Interlaken, the valley forks. The left hand fork takes you up into the Grindelwald valley; the right takes you to Lauterbrunnen. Each valley runs for about 10km ...