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Sorry, I’m having a difficult time trying to decide if the Eiger is more beautiful as the suns first rays hit its topmost peak or as you near it on the Kleine Scheidegg trail. Regardless, I doubt I shall forget my day in its hypnotic...More
Love to photograph the Eiger - so many gorgeous views and because of its distinctiveness it is always easy to identify. I think my favorite view is covered with snow on a sunny day - Eiger just glistens in the light! But with green grass...More
I stayed in Grindelwald, and had a balcony room view of the Eiger. Imposing to say the least. Skiing in Kleinne Scheidegg has you sking toward and from the Eiger North Wall on certain runs, and it's hard to imagine a more stunning backdrop
Best viewed from the village of Grindlewald in the vicinity of the Bebbis Restaurant, the north Wall is terrifying. Fancy a rock climb of 3,000 feet? Often you can see idiots risking their lives doing it. The scenery though is stupendous - do not miss
If you stay in Grindelwald you are "confronted" with "the triple" Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau, 3 fantastic mountains, part of the main rim of the Alps. The setting is just breathtaking - in summer, but even more in wintertime.From Grindelwald and the Kleine Scheidegg you...More
This might be the most beautiful peak in the Bernese Oberland region. The view from the Jungfraujoch observatory is fantastic. And the deadly north face can be seen from Grindelwald. To think of the number of people who tried to climb it and never came...More
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The train journey is around 2 hours each way. Price is roughly CHF 120 return. You can buy a discount pass that gets a 50% reduction - worthwhile if you will be doing a reasonable amount of travelling in Switzerland. I would... More
The train journey is around 2 hours each way. Price is roughly CHF 120 return. You can buy a discount pass that gets a 50% reduction - worthwhile if you will be doing a reasonable amount of travelling in Switzerland. I would not plan on doing much skiing- after the tome and expense, you will want to spend a decent amount of time at the Jungfraujoch. Make sure you choose a nice day - it's a lot of money if you only see the inside of a cloud at GE top.