Panorama Hotel Alphubel
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... day. The road through Switzerland was excellent even though the grade was as much as 19% at times. However as soon as we passed the border into Italy the road quality noticeably deteriorated to one and a half lane rough roads with no line markings, but at least there were guard rails. We strangely passed back into Switzerland again this time exhibiting a well maintained yet very narrow winding road with a deep valley ravine through to Locarno. We then entered ...
... a miniature village. There were trails and a few other buildings, then just rocky slopes. After passing the descending car midway, we changed cars again at Birg and headed for the summit. All the way, we had views back to the three main peaks on the far side of the valley--the Eiger, the Monck, and the Jungfrau. The higher we got, the more our view opened out to either side. We docked and disembarked on the lowest of 4 levels. Up one flight were the facilities we hadn't had time ...
... Mark looked at the itinerary one last time and asked other people's opinion about hiking areas. It seemed that we probably weren't geared well enough to do the hike we hoped on doing (Schilthorn, 2970 meters in altitude) from Gimmelwald (1363 meters), so we settled on making it to Bryndli (2025 meters), basically a really high pike with cliffs on either sides but gorgeous views of the alps. So we packed Mark's backpack and went our way. We ...
... is also famous for the waterfalls and springs which drop high from mountains.
On our first day we planned to take a cable car to the famous Schilthorn mountain and revolving restaurant (they still hold onto the fact that the James Bond "On her majesty’s secret service" was filmed there) but once we asked around about the walks and options to see the mountain ranges we decided not to bother and to save the £100 it would have cost for something else. Instead ...
... ago. He broke both arms, his nose, and he had a brain hemorrhage. WOW. My first full day in Switzerland was a hiking day. I hike about 1 1/2 hours upwards to Kilchbahm. It was a beautiful hike through the woods, mountains, and waterfalls. I saw more cows than people. From there I hiked about 3 or 4 more hours all the way down to Stechelberg in the Lauterbrunnen valley. It was pouring rain almost the whole way. And unfortunately the very 'cute' water resistant ...