Hotel Jungfraublick Wengen
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... in all my years of hiking I've never been able to get photos to accurately show the steepness of different tracks. There must be a technique to do it, but I've never learnt it.
A heavy downpour of rain made the descent and particularly the rocky sections extremely slippery. For long distances there were sections of cable riveted to the rockface that could be used as ...
... along the way, including a "honesty shop" at a farm where you could buy some fresh jam or cheese or honey and then leave the requested francs in the box in the frig. The last 15 km of the trip were along the lake on the way to Interlaken. It was a beautiful view, even in the rain. When we arrived in Interlaken, we were amazed at some of the hotels we passed. We met our driver at one of the hotels, where we all left our ...
... in the afternoon!.
Thanks. Can I thank Dave Evans and Jamie Rowland for your comapny at the table/pub during our stay in Wengen. It was great getting to know you guys, and it makes a Billy no Mates ski trip much more fun. Might catch up with you around Exeter on 23rd May or so!
Only In a Swiss Toilet! Now to the skiing bits. What a great resort Wengen is; traffic free, lovely alpine village feel to it and masses of ...
... safety net, we could push ourselves a bit further. Things that we might not have attempted became even more possible because others had done them before and left us a few guide points along the way. This was clearly a trek shared with the entire culture of Switzerland. (And this is decidedly not the experience of someone hiking the Appalachian Trail.)
And as it turns out, we each made it to Kleine Scheidegg on ...
... all gently sloping down. That’s my kind of hike! We passed colorful homes, lots of water fountains/troughs, thousands of wildflowers, and had either clear views of the glaciers or of the town below. At one point we passed through a herd of cows- complete with giant, clanging cow bells. They really did not care about us! After a few photo ops, we stopped at a little shop (more like a doorway with a counter) that sold the freshest of the fresh cheeses and ...