Matterhorn Valley Hotel Hannigalp
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... where we had our own room. The place has a kitchen so again we can cook our own food.
The view from our room is over looking the mountains and is just stunning, even with cloud cover. We decided we needed dinner and went to find the supermarket but it had closed at 7pm so we got noodles from the hostel and called it a night.
Tomorrow we are paragliding. ...
Woke up to a beautiful, sunny morning and breathed a sigh of relief. Perfect day to ride the train up to Jungfrau at over 11,000 ft. The railway was built through the Eiger mountain, opening in 1912. Quite an accomplishment, with many men dying in the process. The train ride was a bit stressful as it was absolutely packed with pushy tourists. We stopped partway where there are portholes in the mountain to see the view from within ...
... where there were viewing vindows cut into the mountain’s north face. This mountain along with the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc are the most famous mountains in the Alps and holds much lore for climbers and observers alike. It was quite humbling knowing I was inside this great natural landmark.
Once we did get to the top, we only had just over 20 minutes before the last train down left. This being the case the three of us rushed up to ...
... The lift takes us part of the way up & then we climb lots of steps to see the different falls. It's dark, loud, saturating in the rain but spectacular. Glad we packed our rain jackets! We continue on the bus to schilthornbahn station to catch a cable car up to the villages of gimmelwald & murren. It's a round trip with a train & then cable car connection back down to Lauterbrunnen. Gimmelwald is a tiny, sleepy, car-free village full of traditional ...
... impossible to hear each other speaking. The falls are a UNESCO world heritage site and are, (I quote as you can see...) "the world's only glacier waterfalls accessible underground by lift, galleries, tunnels, paths and platforms. They carry the meltwater of the glaciers from the Jungfrau down to the valley - up to 20,000 liters of water per second. The water carries with it over 20,000 tons of boulders and scree per year and causes the entire ...