Hotel Tannenhof

Address: Oberwald, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3999, Switzerland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Oberwald, is near Rhine River and Furka Pass.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tannenhof Oberwald

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Oberwald


A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 19, 2014

65 photos

... play, see, experience, enjoy.

Ya. THAT amount of time is WAAAAAYYYYY to short. As it was we took 4.5 hours, Talia and Avaia both tried to take a nap in the little beds, we got lost in the wooden maze and loved it, found crystals in Muggestutz' gemstone cave, and had to race to the gondola to make the last one before it closed for the evening…etc etc etc...

At this time, I would like to make a note about the company ...

Mountains, waterfalls, cow bells and edelweiss

A travel blog entry by mashfam on May 21, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... leave the experience and photography for Murray, he did enjoy it and was overwhelmed by the share volume of water cascading through the rock face, "a good change from cathedrals!" were his words :)
This evening we enjoyed some typical Swiss fare, Raclette, lots of fresh food, veges in particular, that you cook on a grill and have with slices of melted Swiss cheese - ...

On to Switzerland

A travel blog entry by kdidricksen on Sep 29, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... is not "exactly" correct. According to our precise GPS time, the trains are frequently four to seven seconds late... We get off the train again at Wengen, a beautiful little village perched improbably on an alp well above the valley floor and browse our way through a patisserie. We are like kids in the proverbial candy shop. A couple thousand calories later, we catch another train to the valley floor (they run every half hour, give or take a couple of seconds, and ...

Rainy days & Mondays did not get us down...

A travel blog entry by a_sheesha on Jun 24, 2013

12 photos

... someone was being laid to rest. As a side note, the cemetery was stunning. Each plot had its own flower garden which was obviously tended to often. Behind one headstone was a trowel for when the loved one visited. Not one plastic trinket in sight, just lovely seasonal flowers. What a beautiful place to be laid to rest and what a way to honor loved ones. We followed the path until it came to a pedestrian only section. The path seemed so minuscule compared ...

The conference is nearly over

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Oct 08, 2012

5 photos

... how to respond to all of this. After solid sessions all day, tonight was a celebration of unity, with presentations from each region, singing, prayer and Bible reading in 7 languages and ending with a symbolic lighting and sharing of candles.  I will never forget it and am taking home a lot in my heart as well as my mind. I would like a few more days to reflect and sort my thoughts, but it is time to pack up in the morning and move on to Geneva before the big trip home.  That will be good ...