Bergheimat Hotel-Restaurant

Saas Grund, Valais, Swiss Alps, 3910, Switzerland | 2 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Saas Grund

Wanderweg - walk up valley road to Hotel Waldhaus

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 07, 2014

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... the river for the first half. We saw a few caves that looked interesting to explore. Megan found some wild strawberries! A little bit of rain just at the end of our walk. The girls found a fun swing and seesaw here at the a Scout Centre in Kandersteg. Even though it was raining and muddy, out they went after dinner - heaps of fun! They came back dirty as anything! Shower ...

Gondola to Oeschinensee Lake

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 06, 2014

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Wow. A beautiful sunny morning with blue skies revealed the snowy mountain peaks that yesterday were hidden by the clouds. Majestic. Magnificent. Awesome. We had a nice slow start to the day, then went into town on the bus to the gondola-bahn. We took heaps of photos. The views were jaw dropping. We went up in the gondola, then had a nice 20 min ...

Arrived kandersteg

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... a sentence of writing carved into the front facia in gothic writing. Colourful flowers popping out of window boxes everywhere. Geraniums are popular. After walking around town, we walked back and checked in. (Everything is so expensive in the shops!) Next was a nice little walk up the road before dinner. Saw a couple of gondola / cable cars going up the mountain. Dinner in the scout centre was busy but ...

The free day

A travel blog entry by witheyski on Apr 25, 2014

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... of bulletproof is apt for this run. On the last run up the top T-bar I thought I saw a crack in the drag about three quarters of the way up, but I was not able to confirm this.
After a quick-ish hot chocolate we headed off up the mountain again, not sure whether the lifts would be open. JJ wanted to see the largest ice pavilion in the world, which is at the top of the mountain, so we all took at detour into the ice caves. It apparently covers 5000m2 and is a mix of ...

Long runs and lifts

A travel blog entry by witheyski on Apr 23, 2014

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... and JJ asked if the chocolate break could be turned into lunch. He duly finished off a spaghetti carbonara without help this time.
Whilst JJ was dragged along, snow had got into his salopets and he was damp so he wanted a short afternoon and an early finish. We headed up to the top of the mountain again and we gave JJ the choice of running down or trying the T-bar at the top to get rid of any worries about the lifts. If JJ did not want to use a T-bar again it would severely ...