Lenkerhof gourmet spa resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We also got puffed out faster which finally clicked as being due to being up so high. There was also even MORE snow up there than there was down in Lauterbrunnen, and while walking around there was the smell of roasting marshmallows. Not kidding. But we couldn't find the source which was sad. When we came back down some of the cloud had cleared and we could start to see the true extent of the height of the mountains we were surrounded by. Holy (Swiss) cow. At this stage we mucked around ...
... amp; Greece).
The train travelled at approx 10kms per hour, the train climbs steeply all the way up from the valley floor - it felt like a 45 degree angle, but the driver assured us it was no more than 25 degrees!
Schyynige Platte is a plateau at altitude 2,076 meters. In addition to the inevitable grazing cows, there are well marked walking trails to suit every taste. We chose a relatively ...
... my face. It was so difficult to get a foothold anywhere down the cliff so I found myself struggling most of the time to stay upright. Finally I made it down and the worst in my opinion was behind us. Then came the jumps. One jump we are 30-40 feet up in the air and we have instruction to land in a small area of the rapids below. It's hard enough just to be able to jump off the rock but telling us where to jump is much more an issue. I was in the first group to go and ...
... to stop for lunch we arrived in Murren. A town built on the mountain side, the last stop before the Schilthorn. We walked from the station to the cable car so we could head back down into the valley. The town was interesting, many hotels and clearly a place to stay for skiing and hiking in the summer. The views would be amazing. We bought our tickets down and stopped for lunch, a baguette with cheese. Loving how warm each place is inside.
Cable car down through the ...
... stop and have a beer!
I went back down then chose another pass which was open. Oh yes, there are signs actually down at the bottom of these mountains that show you whether the passes are open or not. I leaned this after my visit up to the closed road.
The Gindlepass was so so so much higher again I could not look down it was again up and up and up, there was lots of snow, walls and walls of it. Its summer over here ...