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... bit of the walk at a less frantic speed.
We did this last section in 40mins - a very impressive feat considering none of us are 20, one of us is 73 (!) and another has Fibromialgia (arthritis type synonyms).
Very happy to buy our tickets and munch on our (really yummy) sandwiches on the ride back to Grindelwald.
In all, it took us 5hrs to cover 6.5kms on this "2.5 hour trail".
I think even in summer without snow, water on the trail and soggy ground ...
station in Europe. This section of line hugs the edge of the Allmend Mountain
(1509m) and is right under the mighty high Juangfraujoch mountain and one can
get some amazing photos as they travel up to the busy junction at Kleine
Here at Kleine Scheidegg most people would board a train to the Top of
Europe but as this line is part of the main tour plan for tomorrow my plan was
to catch a train onwards back down the other ...
... speed when we were going down a steep hill covered in rocks. My ankle felt a tweak coming off a small boulder at which point I wished I knew some Swiss cuss words and let that llama have it. I used my years of horse handling and after several sharp jerks he got the point. After all he is sure footed and does not wear sandals. Glad I did not have a debilitating strain or God forbid a break, as I am sure they would have to shoot me. Hiking up ...
... near them, but if you need an incentive to get to the top quick, its a pretty good one!
... rock face. ‘If the rock face needs to be climbed, we will climb it or stay inside!' This statement was made by the two Austrian Alpinists Edi Rainer & Willy Angerer. For the two of them this came true in a brutal way- they stayed ‘inside’. The first attempt to climb it in 1936 became the best known drama of the Eiger North ...