Panorama Hotel Alphubel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Panorama Hotel Alphubel Saas-Fee
Travel Blogs from Saas-Fee
... with two platforms in each. Four platforms
on one level and another four below on the lower level. Its simply unbelievable
how they could ever build such a railway inside a mighty high mountain of 3454m
Finally out of the station and I head along the tunnelled out passageways
and head for the "Spinks". The Spinks is the highest lookout point from up here
and is a massive steel structure built onto the flat rocks at the summit.
As we ...
With a forecast of mainly cloudy, but a strong desire to go hiking, we drove up the Saartal valley through Saas Grund, a little village sitting in the bottom at 1569m and drove up the narrow winding pass to Saas Fee, a little town sitting on a plateau at 1800m. A barrier across the road a few hundred metres out of the town directed us to a carpark, but with a height restriction of 2.2m, we opted for the field next to it. Although our van is within, ...
... our initial cups were the size of thimbles. At that point, I noticed in the fine print that part of this route, the next leg, requires a paid reservation. I grab our bags and jump off the train meeting Maurine at the coffee shop. We choose Plan B and go to Platform 19 for the regular commuter train to Karlsruhe. However, we notice on Platform 18, a shiny new double-decker super high speed TGV train going to Paris but it has a stop in Karlsruhe. Why not! We get on board, go upstairs ...
Having flown into Geneva I took the beautiful SBB railway into the mountains, the views of lake Geneva and the passing surroundings as the landscape gradually grew more and more dramatic was just amazing. The small alpine village of Adelboden was my destination, a skiing hot spot in the colder months but popular hikers hide out in the summer. Surrounded by mountains on every side and with very traditional alpine ...
... to cry from happiness! It would've been quite a sight watching us. We were just running around the village like Japanese tourists taking photos of absolutely everything. What made it even more special was there was clear blue skies when we arrived so we could see up to these incredible mountains that weren't just snow capped but blanketed in snow! I think what makes this scenery so mind blowing for us is that we couldn't even imagine it beforehand ...