How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Steinmattli Adelboden
Travel Blogs from Adelboden
... With a minor World Cup match (no one in the TV room) it was an early night, only disturbed by a period of rain which had dried up by the morning.
Now for some more serious work as a sunny day had dawned.
The Trummelbach Falls drain the glaciers of the Jungfrau, Monch and Eiger at a rate of 20 000 litres/s. They consist of 10 underground and external sections which have had various areas drilled through the rock, walkways and lighted parts added to make them more ...
... and led into a steep cliff. I knew it was dangerous because John didn't even want to try to get across. Reluctantly we turned around and went back to where the road crossed the trail.
We pulled out the map to make sure we were heading the right direction when we saw there was another way to reach the top overlook. It was a much longer way but we had the time. We basically just followed the mountain road that cars use all the way to the top. The walk was good because ...
... The centre also houses lot's of historic guiding artifacts such as Lord Baden Powells tea cup (christmas come early for guiding geeks like me!) aswell as a nicely kept international room with badge swaps and treasurers (a very important guiding tradition). I particularly enjoyed singing the Our Chalet song during the opening ceremony, learning to whittle and watching a Swiss horn demonstration from a local whilst overlooking the valley. ...
When we woke up this morning we still wanted to experience more nature, reading the brochures in the hostel, we knew we had slim pickings. Sky diving, bungee jumping, and rock climbing where all instantly out. So what'd we do?...rent bikes. Even though not the most thrilling, our ride through the lower Jungfrau valley was filled with great views, ice cold mountain water, and the occasional picture break. Today was not as hot as our last few, making it a perfect ...
... that I tired fairly easily when climbing stairs and had to move more slowly than I normally do.
The Jungfraujoch is an amazing feat of engineering. The Wengernalp railway opened in June1893, and in August 1893 the first concept drawings were sketched by Adolf Guyer-Zeller. Construction started in July 1896, using a construction force of about 100 Italian labourers. The Kleine Scheidegg-Eigergletshcer section was opened in September 1898, but ...