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... it was steadily raining. The bus was really empty when we got on under 10 people on the bus. This was strange to us, all the buses we have been on so far have been full.
We arrived into Lauterbrunnen about 1 hour later and this place is just so beautiful. We weren't staying at the campsite and I'm kinda glad. As there was 5 contiki buses. We walked about 5-10min to ...
... are the world's only glacier waterfalls that are
accessible underground by lift, galleries, tunnels, paths and platforms.
They alone carry the meltwater of the glaciers from the Jungfrau down
to the valley - up to 20,000 liters of water per second. The water
carries with it over 20,000 tons of boulders and scree per year and
causes the entire mountain to shudder and make a thundering noise.'
... alone, but rather requires a Strub Rack system which is basically a cog wheel and a track of teeth below the train to assist in both it’s rise and braking. I can tell you that riding up that steep in a train is a strange sensation as you can be leaning quite far forward and still be standing straight up! This final line was almost entirely inside a tunnel cut into the Eiger and Monch mountains. We did stop for a quick vista view inside ...
Upon waking I gaze out the window, still raining, the clouds are hanging low in the valley hiding some of the peaks behind them. The church bells ring across the road. After a buffet breakfast included at the hotel we head off armed with a map to catch the bus to the waterfalls down the road. It's only 5 minutes to Trummelbachfalle, 10 glacial waterfalls inside the mountain that are not visible from the outside. The fee is 10 franc each with our discount card from ...
... the next day was off trail and up to a waterfall. Despite being exhausted, Andrew took some incredible mountain bike rides after hiking while the rest of us collapsed. It was just too beautiful not to.
The day we left, a big thunderstorm rolled in, perfect weather for exploring Trummelbach Falls - a series of ten glacial subterranean waterfalls inside the mountain. I wish the photos could capture the thundering noise that the falls made. It ...