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... of flexible bannister if needed to stop one falling off the narrowest of paths and over the virtual sheer escarpment. I can assure you, I needed it! Often I think these cables are for wimps, but not today They were essential.
So once again I was exhausted at the end of my hike. The effort of staying vertical had me in a lather of sweat but very relieved as I got to the ...
... a basement there. We then walked to the nearby train station, and boarded a cog train for the 40 minute ride up the mountain to Wengen. We can see snow on the nearby mountains, and the forecast is for some snow tonight. Our hotel was about another 5 minute walk. Wengen does not allow any cars, only some small electric vehicles to transport people around. It should be a fun town to explore tomorrow! Total travel distance was 74 ...
... across the valley is even smaller but more beautiful if that is possible. And the skiing from Murren is so quiet, unrushed and out of this world. I skied there three days in great conditions and sun; one day skiing above the clouds whilst on the Shilthorn. The three other days were a bit of a mix, cloudy, bad light at times, but hey one cannot be greedy! And there was a pub to watch the rugby. Come on England; great craic with ...
From that small village, we took the only reasonable route up another 4400 feet to Jungfraujoch: the 100-year-old railway that winds through the interior of the mountain up to facilities that are set precariously in the col that separates the Jungfrau and Monch mountain peaks. There we were cast into windy, wintery conditions where snow and ice rule, even in summer months.
But this experience was made ...
... picked out an aged Swiss cheese to bring home (again, vacuum sealed!) and I picked out a little cup of strawberry yogurt to enjoy right then and there. It was wonderful!
Just before Lauterbrunnen we took our last gondola down, where we finally “touched down” and separated for the rest of the day. Anthony, Karen, and I had lunch together, and it was nice to be away from everyone once again. Anthony ordered the fondue, I had a salad with ...