Hotel Alpina -Grimentz

Address: Grimentz, Valais, Swiss Alps, CH - 3961, Switzerland | Hotel
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      Second day skiing (The mountain fights back)

      A travel blog entry by awithey on Dec 29, 2013

      Today was full of drama, we woke up, had breakfast and got ready for the day skiing. We went on the train to Wengen. From Wengen we got the cable car up to Mannlichen and once again crossed from Mannlichen to Kliene Sheidegg and had luch. Afer lunch we decided to ski to the eigernordwand chair, then the wixi and down the lauberhorn. However whilst skiing the Arven run to the Eigernordwand chair jj took fell ...

      A Visit with James Bond and Friends

      A travel blog entry by fmanselljr on Jul 21, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... is part of the Jungfrau Camping site about a ten minute walk from the Staubbach Hotel. Joan had the Swiss version of macaroni and cheese that included ham and potatoes along with a nice green salad. Frank had a bratwurst with rosti (much like hash brown potatoes) and a mixed salad. We walked back to our hotel before the evening thundershower hit about 7 p.m. and ...

      Last day on mountain

      A travel blog entry by awithey on Apr 05, 2013

      1 comment

      ... then everyone skied down to Brandegg for the apple fritters and I raced them on the train. I lost, just. Then we had the fritters and then we took the train back and Heidi, Hannah, Nancy and Elias skied to Wengen and Colin, Den and I took the train down. We handed in our skis and that brought and end to the skiing on this ...

      To the top of the world

      A travel blog entry by julieashley on Jun 23, 2012

      33 photos

      ... by cloud. Then the train enters the mountain. They have built a tunnel behind the Eiger wall so that the train goes through the mountain. At two points in this long tunnel the train stops and you can walk to large windows set in the wall of the mountain and look out. I have no doubt that it would be spectacular but unfortunately we only saw fog. Oh, well! At the top it was the same story. Apparently ...


      A travel blog entry by tricia.brawley on Jun 11, 2011

      Okay so I'm not exactly an adrenaline Junkie. I run away [literally] from scary movies, the closest to faced paced sports I come is watching Hockey games at the UC or powder puff with my sorority.
      So when It was offered to go canyon Jumping my first response was "Hahahah yea... no thanks". Then they kept talking about it and I kept listening. It turns out you can only Canyon Jump in 2 places in the world. A city in New Zealand and in Interlaken Switzerland. But it ...