Many of the walks are prepared for winter hikers too....always popualr is the path to the Bachalpsee. This is the view of the Wetterhorn seen from the path. The mountains seem even more special with a fresh dusting of snow inthe clear crisp winter sun.
There was another path up to the Glecksteinhütte in the past, but these days the glacier is getting smaller and so that way is no longer existing... The chalet Milchbach is closed as well, as I heard....It was the starting point of that trail!
A little cable car is bringing you up to the Pfingstegg, at the bottom of the Schreckhorn,,, There is a great summer tobbogannibg track, which is really fun.... We also found some intelectual goats and lazy pigs.... There is a one hour hike further into the valley to the Stiregg!, for those who want to excercise a bit!!! A great restaurant is found at the cable car station too. Nice view over Grindelwald!
Definately the trip for every hiker!!! Rebibi was so nice to take me with her up the mountains.....Obsi! And nidsi! We had the most wonderful wether and enjoyed a greta day in the mountains.... hope my travleogue is relaunched soon, it´s still missing!!!! ;(
A walking path from First heading to Bachalpsee. Just for walking takes two hours and longer with photo breaks . Enjoy the panoramic views around Jungfraujoch regions.
From Grindelwald you can take a train to the Jungfraujoch, it's an excellent experience because you go to the top, where you can experience the beautyfull snow landscapes.
You can see the Oberer Grindelwaldgletscher from Grindelwald. Drive through Grindelwald until the road ends.
On your way up or down the Schilthorn, stop in Murren and walk around. It's a very neat little town high in the mountains with some cool buildings and good food.
Here's a view out of the window of the cable car from Birg showing the summit station and the mountains in the background. Remarkable!
Absolutely one my favorite things I did in Switzerland. Here's a view of the summit and a cable-car from Birg. Amazing view even from there!
On the main road (and there's only one in Grindelwald) you will find this "everything gauge". Everything was in German so I could only guess that it told the temperature, air pressure, humidity, etc.
Grindelwald is one the main tourist resorts in summer and it can really be crowded here! Many Japanese and Indian tourists are around!
But you still can find some empty hiking routes as well.....