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... mountain, one person throwing himself over a cliff that he did not see coming.
After a morning spent up the top, we made our way down 6000ft where we stopped half way up the mountain at another ski slope. Here a ski park had toboggans, tubes and also walking tracks around a frozen over lake. The tour group began to get very competitive as they made their way down the short slope ontop of a small plastic toboggan in ...
... laugh since Josh and I made up both countries. We all
had a great evening chatting while eating; a perfect way to wind down a day in
the Alps! The cheese fondue was amazing. It was served in a large pot over a
flame with many fixings to add flavor, including onions, garlic, chili, and
pesto. This was Josh’s first fondue experience and he told me it definitely
For our full day in the Alps, Josh and I opted to ...
... Again, the Ouray connection. There is a similar box canyon water fall in Ouray, only it is a slightly smaller version.
The cliffs here are around a 2000 feet sheer drop. As we walked I kept hearing what sounded like a jet flying over but the sound only lasted about 3 seconds and was gone. Turns out it was guys base jumping. From the top of the cliff they jump off and fall for about 1500 feet. ...
... 8217;s a spot I never thought I would ever see again, I was really excited to be back. Lauterbrunnen itself looked very familiar and is actually a bit bigger than I remembered. We drove up to the Schilthornbahn near Stechelberg to catch the cable car up to Gimmelwald and then to Muerren, our home for the next couple of days. We are staying at the Hotel Jungfrau, right at the base of the Allmendhubelbahn. The town is over a mile high, and we may see BASE ...
... i.e. Confoederatio Helvetica or CH for short). Why Helvetians you ask? Google it...
After a long day of travel we retired early and took advantage of laundry facilities at the hotel, which seems to be one of the constant challenges we faced in Europe (finding laundry).
After consulting Christopher, our innkeeper, we had decided for our first full day in Switzerland to do "the best" ~7,000 ft “easy” trek from Grindelwald First to ...