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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a cable car up to Grutschalp, another train to Murren, then finally a funicular up to Allmendhubel (about 2000 metres). I then completed a hike they've termed the North Face Walk because the north face of the Eiger is constantly in view as are a spectacular array of other peaks across the valley. The weather was much warmer and the track was 300/400 metres lower than yesterday's and therefore well below the ...
... chair and skied across to the top of the Wixi run. We then set off down the Lauberhorn Men's downhill run towards Wengen. The snow conditions were mostly good and we all went past the big jump on the course (the Hundchof) and under the railway at the Wasserstation. When we got below the fastest section of the course Ruth was going to head down the red run to InnerWengen to avoid the often icy last section. However, the red run was closed so we all ...
... the snow at the bottom.JJ now cleared the first part of the gully, travelling backwards, until he landed in the snow at the bottom with his right ski embedded in the snow drift. I came round the corner of the run and saw the end of this with JJ and his ski in the gully but in different places! I skied up the gully to rescue the skis and skier!
Then it was time for an early lunch as the afternoon lessons start at 12.30 so Jon and Sam have to be fed by then. ...
... The place was very green and there seems to be a large farming community.
With my satnav set-up to take me to the town of Bern, Switzerland it meant passing through the capital of Luxembourg which is also called Luxembourg. This was quite a struggle as there was loads of traffic and so added quite a bit of time onto my day. However it also gave me time to look at some of the beautiful buildings of this city.
Once through the city it was back onto ...
... will sound like a gazetteer of alpine hamlets that speckle the Berner Oberland, but it was genuinely a wonder in coordinated and creative transportation. If you want to follow our path, here is a good online map. First, instead of taking the train, we walked through misty rain on a trail that dropped us 550 meters to Lauterbrunnen. After a look around, we then took a gondola to Grütschalp, followed immediately by a train to Mürren, where ...