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... however I was soon to find out I
As i climb ever higher the path leads me through a 100 yard or so tunnel
and onto some stairs at the far end. Here I find myself heading into some small
tunnels with openings in the cliff edge and finally comes out behind the falling
It was rather wet up here but with the heat of the day this was extremely
welcome and I made sure I got rather soaked before heading back out into the hot
... br> Finally, we came down through the pine forest that takes us down to the meadows and finally to the town. It was 5pm. Looking back up the Langfluh, we could no longer see the cable car station or restaurant and it was still very cold nor had we any idea where we were going to camp that night! To be fair, we didn't really care....marmots and chamois...what else do you need!
... of the surrounding towns including Thun towards our next stop Oberhofen Castle.
The castle is incredibly beautiful and typically fairy tale. It would be a perfect wedding venue, infact we saw one taking place while we were there. You get a vivid impression of noble Bernese lifestyle from the 16th-19th century. Rooms are very decorative and lavish and the unusually styled smoking parlor is particularly impressive!
... mountains in Germany. It was -1 at the top but it didn't stop the young couple in the wedding attire having their photos taken! We then headed to go to up to the summit to the weather station which is 4158m but I felt a little unwell because of the high altitude so couldn't do it :-(. It was one of the most fabulous days I have had, glad my brother suggest it. We came down a different way and that was just as ...
We were very glad to have made the trip to Trümmelbach Falls, it was definitely an amazing experience.
The Falls are the only drainage point for the mighty Eiger glaciers, and so they move very quickly and with serious cutting power. The 10 glacier-waterfalls carry around 20,000 liters of water per second, and you can ...