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... photos of the sheep instead with their noisy bells, while also managing to avoid being trampled by the stampeding hordes of tour groups. Onto Trummelbach Falls - a huge waterfall inside a mountain. Kids are not allowed in here because too many of them get scared by the noise of the water (it is rather loud). Amazing place with a funicular entirely inside the mountain to take you up several levels, then about 10 viewing platforms at various spots. All carved out of ...
... It's bloody cold, but bloody marvellous. Bit like sitting watching the passing crowd in Paris. It’s a busy part of town with lots of activity. Snow ploughs constantly trying to clear the roads, skiers actually skiing down the footpaths as are sledders, some very chic well wrapped women pass as do lots of ordinary people rugged up for the weather, and at the bus terminal across the road, buses are collecting ...
... br> lot of mountains and Lauterbrunnen between the other lot. I ordered some coffee
and a cake and just sat here looking over these magnificent mountains. The views
were simply more than the eye could take in.
It was now after 5pm and I was beginning to wonder if I had missed the last
train home and was getting the impression i was going to be stuck up here for
the night. I wandered around looking for other ways down and sure enough there
is a footpath ...
... from the cloudy lake.
I foolishly then decided to take a turning over the river for a regional cycle route to Grindelwald, rather than following the already quiet road. After a steep ascent the inevitable happened, as the route turned into a rocky path that my bike really wasn't suited for. Walking and pushing my bike along the track I bumped into a local farmer and tried to decipher whether there was ...
If you ever end up in Switzerland and you can afford the 120 Swiss francs to take the rack railway from Kleine Scheidegg to the top of the Jungfraujoch, then make sure you do it....even if you do nothing else!! If you don't have the budget, do it anyway. It's worth getting in debt for!!