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... the snow-capped mountains and their glaciers.
The walk was nowhere as dramatic as some of the earlier ones but nevertheless very enjoyable and easier on the body.
This is my last day in the Jungfrau region as tomorrow I travel by train to Zermatt where I intend exploring hiking trails around the Matterhorn.
The hotel is full tonight because of the running of the Jungrau Marathon. The dining room is buzzing and absolutely ...
With how busy I have been traveling, I have been slacking a little on my blog. So I will try and keep this one short since I have so much to write about.. (In the past two weeks, I have been to 4 countries).....
Two weekends ago, I took a day trip to Grindelwald, Switzerland. Before I came on the trip, I had every intention of going skiing in the Swiss Alps. Even though I had only tried skiing once in the States, I knew it would be pretty cool if I could say ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">The track out of Wengen started just fine, a little ragged, a bit rocky, a little steep and zigzaggy, then as we went through the woods, gnarly tree roots which completely covered the path, a bit like Riverhead (Auckland) on a bad day! Picking our way between rocks and tree roots we finally came out into the open and the path only got steeper. However we were reassured by the ...
... down through the spruce, the ball of my left foot and my right knee were competing on pain levels but the jangle of the cowbells inspired me as we dropped down through the green pastures to home. Wow, what a day and how unbelievably lucky we were with the weather...absolutely stunning!
Overall I absolutely loved Lauterbrunnen and hope to one day return here with my own family. The area is really kid friendly and although the activities and food is on the expensive side if you camped and came prepared, hiked, biked, bbq'd etc you could have a really good time here. I'd also love to return here in the winter and do some skiing. Every direction you look you're just in awe of the natural beauty surrounding you. This is definately the place where fairytales come true.