TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tenne Lenk-Simmental
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... joined the melee.
When we reached the top it was overcast with the cloud threatening to drop onto the tops of the runs. The snow conditions, after the recent falls, were excellent and we set of for an easy run down to the Mannlichen chair. This was then followed by a run to the Lager chair. To get there we had to clear a rock ridge by keeping a lot of speed up a track. This is okay when the light is good but in the conditions it was a very flat light so we ...
... out and before too long we turned down the valley toward the Schilthornhutte - I never thought that the ground down here would be so shaley - there was a fine coating of slivers of rock everywhere and it moved almost every time you put a foot down. But the sheep who were up here were still managing a good footing - similar to the cows down below the sheep also have little bells to help the farmers find them! After a good period of time we made it to the hutte and were delighted ...
... and new.
The 3 things we'd planned to see were literally on the same street as one another, giving us plenty of time for a much needed hot chocolate treat afterwards. We saw a large colourful clock, which were still unsure of its purpose, but it was pretty all the same. The ogre statue that Ness' book had described was rather disappointing though and much smaller than we'd imagined. We were hoping for one big enough that we were allowed to climb on, and all sorts. We ...
... was a perfect day, the sky was clear, and it was a little chilly but not freezing. All the trees were changing colors, so it was a sea of reds, oranges, and yellows. I can't even describe what kind of feeling it was, except it felt surreal. I wasn't nervous at all, even though the only thing holding me up was a mesh seat attached to a parachute he described as a towel. Martin took pictures and videos during the flight, and I just kept taking picture after picture. I ...
... in the
country. This city dates back to
1133. The other city in this tourist
region of the Berner Oberland is Thun (toon).
There is a large lake between the two cities, The Thunersee (Lake Thun)
which is some 13 miles long and 2 miles wide.
This is the drainage basin from an ancient glacier. Today this area is called the Riviera of the
Bernese Oberland, because of its attraction to tourists, the many resorts, and
its year-round ...