Romantik Hotel Schoenegg
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... After another excellent breakfast at Hotel Caprice I firstly receive a very nice SMS and email from Chantalle, Mike and Rachel from NZ, then a fun Face Time call from Nicole, Joe and the kids.
I spend the day editing photos and updating my blog which is two day's behind. It actually takes quite a deal of time to do it justice, but the generous number of comments I'm receiving makes it all worthwhile. And I note ...
... the village to the gondola, beating most of the crowd. At the top we fastened our boots up and put our skis on and headed off for the first run of the holiday.
We had been warned that it would be cold today but conditions at the top were sunny and just above freezing, so great conditions for a day on the slopes.
The first run was the red down to the bottom of the Mannlichen chair lift. Unfortunately, this was one of two open runs at the top ...
... running. So you listened to me wingeing about the mud, ice and how I have taken to cross training and found new "friends" in the gym? Well, yesterday I did my first LSD (long slow distance John Duggan, incase you think it's those drugs again!) run outdoors for 4 or 5 weeks! It was really tough going on the legs, though aerobically I felt fine. So yes, whilst I will keep up the cross training, I have got to keep up with at ...
... The hang glider jumped then the paragliders went one by one quickly after one another.
Once the grass take off zone was clear, our pilots set up our parachutes and got us into our harnesses. Kyle’s pilot was Stephan (one of the owners of Sky Wings) and Hannah’s pilot was Anders (a Norwegian transplant). They clipped our harnesses into the chute. Hannah was shocked at how tiny the little strings that hold the people to the ...
... folks who consider it reasonable not to force everyone to wield an ice axe and crampons in order to reach one of Switzerland's recreational assets. We could sit and eat a tasty lunch indoors between ventures into the icy outdoors.
The view from atop Jungfraujoch was at times spectacular, but mostly socked in by the clouds that swept by. Such is the experience of an alpine adventure.
Zipping on to the ...