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... a steep hill.
- With no talking backpack, you can get to where you need to go in 13 minutes, but it is a serious sweaty uphill work-out.
- With kids, 25 minutes.
- With the incentive of croissants along the way we can whittle it down to 20 minutes.
If…heaven forbid…we leave without Bob Jr…give yourself 35 minutes.
….If the kids see the park…all hope of ...
... uphill), we were climbing the hairpin-bend road up Furkapass. After an hour of climbing, I was expecting the hard part of the climbing to be over, as the road was straightening out. This wasn't the case. The straight road was just as steep! And it was another hour to reach the top! One of the things we disliked most about this route was the crash barriers. On this route they only used little pillars spaced about 1.5m apart. Probably enough to stop a ...
... the trees were an amazing green. Not to mention the picturesque mountains creating an amazing backdrop.
After finding our hostel we went to explore some of the town, like in Zurich, mid-afternoon a light fog came in, not so much to obscure the amazing mountains or to block the sun but the blue skies just weren't as vibrant as the morning. First stop was the local swimming pool, although it was only warm enough for a quick dip, the scenery was amazing and a perfect location ...
... We were soon in a forest, and the mist in the trees looked amazing. There was moss everywhere. We left the forest and saw in the mist a small hut, it started to rain so we walked up to the hut to put on our raincoats under the cover of the eave. We sorted ourselves out and then looked up to see the mist had cleared a little and just ahead of us there was a much larger newer looking hut just ahead of us, we all laughed as we had been close to that hut but hadn’t seen ...
... inside the mountain and still accessible. A very interesting UNESCO world natural heritage indeed.
We then did a stroll to Staubbach Falls very near our hotel.. Too bad the viewing point was closed during "winter months" although surely we are close enough to summer? It was impressive and really wonderful to stay at Lauterbrunnen. Everytime was closed on Sunday - that was how un-touristy it ...