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Parker og natur i Grindelwald

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Park
“A huge cave you can walk through, in summer​ you can base jump and climb on nets over the river ”
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Park
“The notorious Eiger stands at 3970m above Grindelwald and has been enthralling visitors to the valley for decades, most notably since 1858 when local Mountain Guides Christian Almer and Peter Bohren together with their guest Charles Barrington, reached the summit for the first time. The Eiger began attracting a wealth of aspiring mountaineers from all over Europe wishing to tackle its steep north face – known as the ‘last problem of the Alps’ in north face climbing terms. It was finally conquered in 1938 by Anderl Heckmair, Fritz Kasparek, Ludwig Vörg and Heinrich Harrer, in a battle waged over 4 days. Inspired by the myth of the Eiger, the trail running event Eiger Ultra Trail was launched in 2013. The race routes take in the most breath-taking viewpoints this area has to offer, passing through Grosse Scheidegg, First, Faulhorn (2680m), Schynige Platte, Wengen, Männlichen and Kleine Scheidegg, before tackling the awesome traverse along the base of the Eiger North Face itself. This Ultra Trail is a truly spectacular alpine experience for trail runners and all spectators. The E101, a race of 101km and 6700m height difference is a mighty challenge to even the most seasoned of trail runners. The E51 winds its wicked way to the Faulhorn at 2680m, where competitors are rewarded for their efforts with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding peaks as the route continues on towards Schynige Platte. This route also has a Couples category for those wishing to test their strength -and friendship- as a team of 2. The E35 race delivers a great challenging route, while the E16 is suitable for all newcomers to trail running or as a fast tempo run for more ambitious runners. With the Trail Surprise on Friday a new concept was created for the relatives and supporters. ”
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Bus Stop
“Die Bäuerinnen aus Grindelwald bieten seit 20 Jahren jeden Samstagvormittag auf dem Bärplatz/Busbahnhof von 8.00 - 12.00 Uhr einheimische Produkte an. Warum dann noch das Frühstück für das Wochenende im Supermarkt kaufen. Hier gibt es alles frisch und aus der Region. „Wegli“, Zopf, Käse, Wurst, Konfitüre, Honig, Sirup ... alles aus eigener Produktion. Natürlich kann man hier auch kulinarische Geschenke für die Lieben zu Hause einkaufen. Das Verkaufshäuschen der Bäuerinnen erreicht ihr in 2min Fussweg auf dem Busbahnhof.”
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Stier

Scenic Lookout
“Big railway station on Kleine Scheidegg: Two cogwheel railways meet here, where you can discover the most beautiful region in the Bernese Oberland. Because nature is very close, and many excursions will tempt you: Would you prefer to go to the Jungfraujoch, hike the Eiger Trail or conquer the Lauberhorn?”
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Trail
“Die wunderschöne Schlucht ist im Regenwetter ein Abenteuer für Gross und Klein. Freitagabends ist die Schlucht beleuchtet. Es besteht die Möglichkeit auf einem Trapez/Netz über die Schlucht zu gehen.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Hiking from Kleine Scheidegg to Männlichen or the other way around is beautiful!”
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