Sunstar Hotel Grindelwald
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Travel Blogs from Grindelwald
... looking directly at The Big Three (Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau). From here, it looks a long way away up the slopes, through the forests and then bang, straight up!
... good salami sandwiches taste at this altitude!
... So the arrival at Jungfraujoch is by tunnel, and you get around with tunnels, lifts and stairs. We went first to what they call the sphinx, the building on top of the mountain. We could see nothing outside, it was all covered up with snow. I elected not to go outside (feeling a little light headed) but Tom went out and took some pics. He said it was blowing a blizzard outside. So no breathtaking views of France, Germany ...
... is amazing.
My plan now was to leave my bike at Grindelwald and take the mountain railway right up the mountain to the "Top of Europe" station at 3454m. It is the highest station in Europe.
As I rode my bike up the wonderful winding road towards Grindlewald I could see the snow getting more and more every mile. The surrounding mountains were totally covered in the white stuff. Let’s just hope it stays like that for the next few weeks while I ride ...
... with sections of snow, the pathway was only a foot wide and if you were to slip in the snow on this one you would definitely fall down the mountain... So very carefully we traversed this section and thankfully reached the other side unscathed (but with very cold fingers).
We walked across the tops of mountains where we ate our lunch gazing at the view and snow, through a gorge, farm, fog, and finally a surprise alpine garden, which heralded the arrival of our destination, ...