Hotel La Cabane

Address: Bettmeralp, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3992, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Bettmeralp, is near Bernina Express, Glacier Express, Aletsch Glacier, and Simplon Pass and Tunnel.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Cabane Bettmeralp

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Travel Blogs from Bettmeralp

We found MUGGESTUTZ!!

A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 19, 2014

65 photos

... learned, however, that when a sign post reads "2 hours" and points to a destination point…you had better put your quick Swiss hiking shoes on and heed attention.

As I was saying…the Muggestutz trail read '2 hours' to complete….I'll get back to this in a minute..

Christel, Richard, 2 young kiddos and us all piled into the two cars and we drove to the beginning of our hike. Then we boarded a gondola.
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On to Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kdidricksen on Sep 29, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

DAY 10 We boarded an early morning train from Brescia, Italy towards the spectacular alpine village of Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland. We arrived in Lauterbrunnen with our jaws agape, marveling at the incredible scenery, just in time to find one of the last available "cheap" rooms in town ($150... ouch!). We quickly caught a shuttle bus to Trummelbach Falls, a series of ten cascading falls eroded into a narrow, twisting, almost enclosed limestone gorge in the cliff above ...

Swiss waterfalls

A travel blog entry by while on Jun 24, 2013

1 comment, 61 photos

... for unprepared-ness. Having to pay to see a waterfall sounds stingy to me (NZ ones are free!) but I realise it isn't. The Swiss haven't just built iron handrails and careful concrete steps inside a mountain full of glacial meltwater, they've not just put spotlights on it, the have installed an ELEVATOR. I don't take it, but its existence amazes me. The waterfall itself also amazes me. This is a different beast from the ones in ...

A visit to the Top of Europe.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 25, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... a bit when the cogs and gears engaged. After passing through the mountain for a distance, it stopped at a vantage point (inside a cave but with glass windows) and everyone had five minutes to take pictures. Then it was back on the train and uphill a bit further to another vantage point, and again five minutes totake pictures. From there it took another ten or 15 minutes to finally reach the Jungfraujoch “Top of Europe”, which is the highest rail ...

Swiss Alps - The day a dream came true!!

A travel blog entry by unclec44 on Oct 29, 2011

31 photos

... taking photos, and had a thoroughly enjoyable day there.

That night I had a hard time falling asleep, I felt like a young boy on Christmas eve anticipating his gifts the next morning. I was so exited about the next days tour to the Alps.

I met my tour group in downtown Zurich the next morning. The trip started off with a laugh as the tour guide told us he was from Thailand and I surprised him by speaking ...