Saturday, October 13, 2012

Driving Around Europe - Day 8 & 9 Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland.

Early in the morning we sent Ross and Maxine to Interlarken train station, they went back to Abardeen. Day 7 we did nothing much, just roaming around the village, read books and play games. Our train pass has already expired.

In the afternoon after lunch we went to the Lauterbrunnen famous waterfall, Trummelbach 140meter. Getting to this waterfall only accessible by tunnel-lift Loud thundering and roaring in the mountain can be heard from the bottom of the mountain.
Bring a rain coat, no chance of you getting away from here dry.
The water falls is inside the mountain and it has 10 series of drops. It flows the melting glacier from 3 mountain, Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau. According to the information given, it carries 20,200 tons of boulder detritus per year.


The world's only glacier waterfall can be access by tunnel-lift.
Day 8, we hitting the road again, after 9 days in Lauterbrunnen.

1 comment:

~Beb~ said...

jelesnye.. bile la aku nk merayau camni