How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Edelweiss
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Edelweiss Wengen
Travel Blogs from Wengen
... So much easier walking conditions.
It had its moments, and was enjoyable, but after the wonderfully dramatic first day's walk this was good but little disappointing .in comparison. One of the highlights particularly for others I met on the track was to walk behind a waterfall. It was good, but I could have done without the steep and arduous descent and climb back.The photos hopefully will tell you a little ...
... course from top to bottom (the conditions were better than expected). This left the last lift, up to the easy run into Wengen, and then off to the station to catch the train down.
The evening meal in the hotel was much appreciated by the weary skiers as we left the station in Lauterbrunnen at 4.30, so more than eight hours in ski boots!
We are now settling down for the evening and it is snowing outside and apparently there is a lot of snow up the ...
... the spaghetti and tomato sauce with hot chocolate to drink and I stuck to the soup of the day.
After lunch JJ and I set off for an afternoon of skiing together. First we headed down to the slalom course again and both improved our times by a second. The run was still badly rutted and this made the turns very bumpy!
Then it was off towards Kleine Sheidegg. We first did the Tschuggen run which is a great run through the trees. There are many branches ...
... motorways and over the border into France. I wanted to get through France as quick as possible as I had heard rumors with regards to bikers having to wear yellow vests, hold a complete set of light bulbs for their bike (I have such a kit) and carry two drug & alcohol test kits!!
How true all this is I do not know but somehow I think I would be in even more trouble if I stopped on the motorway and put on my yellow vest and secondly where one is suppose to get ...
... lunch overlooking the valley. Since the weather looked a bit better, we then walked to Gimmelwald, and took a thrilling gondola ride back down to the valley at Stechelberg. A bus then carried us back to Lauterbrunnen and the train carried us back up the mountain to Wengen. Whew! Tuesday, however, we decided to truly test our tenacity by climbing up from Wengen, with the ultimate goal of reaching The Top of Europe. But that is a tale for a different ...