Hotel Le Grand Chalet
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... a track that followed the narrow ridgeline of the mountain with wonderful mountain scenery all around. I love ridge walking and for the next hour the track's vantage point provided some of the nicest scenery one could hope for. Similar to yesterday, it was just as beautiful as the Jungfrau but softer and less rugged.
For people with limited time who want quality hiking I reckon it would be hard to go past ...
... named after. It's nearly 300m & one of the worlds highest freefalling waterfalls. Staub means dust & Bach means stream. So-called because if there is little breeze, the water looks like dust. It helped make Lauterbrunnen famous when Germany's most famous author, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was inspired to write a poem about this particular waterfall: Song Of The Spirits Over The Water The spirit of Man Resembles water: Coming from heaven, Rising to heaven, ...
... praise be to God) it was open and we checked into our rooms at two. We decided we wanted to try to get to Interlaken as early as we could (we still had four hours of driving through Switzerland) so decided on waking up at seven.
Waking up was one of the hardest things I had to do. But, trying to help myself wake up and to get up the rest of my room, I opened the curtain to find a huge snow-capped mountain protruding right outside of town; it was my first up-close look at the ...
... where the views of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau are some of the best in the region. We were lucky to have clear weather at the top and enjoyed a 1 1/2 hour hike taking in the beautiful scenery.
That afternoon we headed to Lucerne, taking the boat from Interlarken to Brienz on the lake, and then the train to Lucerne. If you have travelled to Switzerland you will know how incredible the transport is, from train to boat to train, seamless and to the minute!
... portion hiking through a dense pine forest, but the majority of the trail was through cow pastures. Switzerland is known for its dairy products, and these types of fields are everywhere, even up on the side of a mountain. One portion we had difficulty even getting through because of all the cows in the way. Amanda even got shocked by an electric fence. All along the trail were little cottages, farmhouses I guess, that seemed like you could rent. One had a group of college looking ...