Hotel Jungfraublick Wengen
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... more hilly, we passed small French villages and ruins along our path. The train made a brief stop in Dijon, France. It was beautiful. There was a nice lake situated at the base of rolling hills. The hills were covered in mist creating different hues of gray with a hint of green barely peeking through. I arrived in Basel, CH. French, German, and broken English is spoke over the intercom at the train station. Hell, I don't even know which language to use anymore. My brain is ...
... to Sulwald (1,540m) where the hike starts.
From Sulwald it is a 400 metre climb through the forest up to a beautiful little lake, the Sulsseeli. I rested here briefly before the really challenging 250 metre climb up to Sausegg (2,150m) and the pass over the mountain. This muddy, boggy climb was very difficult.
Then the real problems started. The same boggy surface seemed to cover ...
... t remember if the parachute made the same sound as it did from the ground when I was watching but this was scarier than the jump itself. Especially when the pilot loosened the harness and I dropped about 5 or so centimetres. The harness dug into my thighs and I wriggled to try and get a little bit more comfortable. Because I didn't want to do any g-force spins the pilot gave me the handles to the parachute and I got to pull down each side to make us turn left or right ...
... swing was impressive and Michelle caught it on camera. Check Iit out on Facebook!
it was interesting to see all the cows wearing bells and there was quite a discussion about why they wear them. The best guess was that it would make it easier for them to be found, particularly in the snow. Google informs us that we were right. I'm not sure about the cows, but the sounds of the bells are ...
... race run.
JJ had his picture taken as he left the starting gate and we headed down the run. There was less incident at the Hundschopf today with both of us getting down without falling. What was difficult to understand were those folks who were of advancing beginner standard attempting the run and having to side slip the Hundschopf, or worse ending in a heap at the bottom with equipment scattered down the slope. Fortunately by the time we reached the Zeil ...