Hotel Falken Wengen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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The day started out, of course, with a steady rain but optimism that, just maybe, it would stop. It was 43 degrees when we headed out. Unfortunately, the rain really never stopped all day, so not as many pictures today. Fortunately, our route today was generally downhill after a couple of initial climbs. We followed Bicycle Route 9, and much of …
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... to take the tram/gondola from town to Mannleichen (near the top, hoping for a view of the Jungfrau). But it was fogged in on top, so we just had lunch there and then returned back down to town. Feeling lazy, we took naps and then were rewarded with some breaking sunshine! Hopefully that's a good sign for tomorrow! Wengen is ...
Mad For it Dave! Right, as you probably remember, I have had a week off to go skiing in Switzerland. Now, I have got to say at the outset I met somebody who is more pumped up than I am in the mornings to get the first lift! The first 3 mornings, he beat me from the breakfast table and to the lifts. Now some of you who have skied with me think I get fired up in the early morning; Dave was unstoppable! And in Wengen lifts start at ...
... difference is reflected in their approach to trekking in the Alps.
On Tuesday, we took to the trails to climb from Wengen to Kleine Scheidegg. This represents an elevation gain of over 2000 feet, and in already thinner air, it was a bit of a challenge. Our path carried us through some uninhabited areas, but also past a number of pastures, alongside stretches of railway, and even through some neighborhoods. (We had ...