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"Some days are diamonds" and the day we arrived here in Grindelwald was one of those! Now, Grindelwald isn't just any old Swiss town, no way! This town is 1050m up and is the doorstep to the "Big Boys" - the highest mountains in Northern Europe - Finsteraarhorn (the biggy!) 4274m, Jungfrau 4158m and Monk - 4107m along with a huge range of others. Our day was a diamond because we have a camp site with a million ...
We were so excited our first time seeing snow. As we headed out of Zurich our excitement increased with every kilometre we travelled. The countryside is absolutely beautiful the trees are a multitude of colours and the mountains are covered in snow. We stopped and had a real hot chocolate. It was heavenly! We transferred onto the cog railway which took us up to Jungfrau - the Top of Europe. It is 3500 ...
It rained all night, but on waking we found clear blue skies and sunshine and no wind – what a contrast to yesterday. This changed our plans as it made scenic viewing possible, so we decided to go up the Jungfrau on the train. We set off for Interlaken but somehow missed the entrance to the autoroute and found ourselves on the northern side of Lake Brienz – and what a lovely route ...
The group caught up with stories from their weekend - a high ropes course, creux-de-van, chillon castle, theatre & fashion shows, farmer's party - as we headed off on our bus to the Alps.
After catching the cable car to the top, we enjoyed a 1.5hr walk at around 1500m through to Mt Eiger, Mt Munchen, Mt Jungfrau. What amazing scenery! ...
... enough to tire me with all the upslope!
Another drama when we were taking the train back and needed to change mid way at this station that starts with Zweilutschinen - and had a really long name.Apparently the trains will split up and u need the board the right carriage and we took the wrong carriage and had to go up and down again.Saw the streams many times! (Where there were some daring people doing white water ...