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... track so it was off with the skis and a short walk to the station. I arrived at the station less than five minutes ahead of the train, just long enough to catch my breath. I joined Ruth and JJ on the train and we headed down to Lauterbrunnen and the hotel for a bit of a relax before dinner.
The weather has continued to close in and it is now snowing heavily, even in the valley, so we should have some great snow to ski on, now all we need is sunshine.
Ian did and I didn't. That's predictable isn't it? Not para gliding as you thought but on an 800m zip line, so it was all over 45 seconds! I was so ready with my camera set to Sport that I reacted too quickly and only just got him coming out of the gate. However an English couple that I was talking to took a lovely one and will send it to me next week when they get home. Have a look at the first photo, ...
... With a minor World Cup match (no one in the TV room) it was an early night, only disturbed by a period of rain which had dried up by the morning.
Now for some more serious work as a sunny day had dawned.
The Trummelbach Falls drain the glaciers of the Jungfrau, Monch and Eiger at a rate of 20 000 litres/s. They consist of 10 underground and external sections which have had various areas drilled through the rock, walkways and lighted parts added to make them more ...
... was made very famous in a James Bond Movie. It is a nice sunny day so i expect good viewing. The journey starts with a train ride to Lauterbrunnen, then is a cable car to Murren. Murren is a small car free village, and you have to walk through the town to connect to the next cable car. The village is very quiet and beautiful, and the views are great.
The cable car from Murren to Schilthorn is spectacular to say the least. We climb from 1,600 metres to ...
... to walk the 5 fingers ... an amazing, and probably dangerous (risk assessment please), piece of construction, which stretches out like ... 5 fingers, above the valley below ... vertigo anyone! Heading back down the mountain, to catch the cable car, we decided to take a less trodden path. As we rounded the corner a sheep walked towards us, bleating its heart out. At first we thought it was going to attack us, but then it seemed that it was leading us to something ... and it did! ...