A nice day for a ride.
The snowy peaks of the Jungfrau
Europe’s highest altitude railway station at 3454m, the Jungfraujoch in the Bernese Oberland has attracted world travellers. From the top you do get a spectacular close up view of the glaciers and the mountains range of Eiger, Monch and of course the great lady Jungfrau at her majestic height of 4158m. The lovely train ride to the top may be taken from Interlaken or the surrounding villages of Lauterbrunnen, Wengen or Grindelwald. Once arriving in Lauterbrunnen, the yellow and green coloured cogwheel train that runs on the Wengernalp railway takes you to Kleine Scheidegg the high mountain pass at 2061m via the villages of Wengen and Wengeralp. Arriving at Kleine Scheidegg the train heads for the tunnels towards Jungfraujoch. But prior to entering the tunnels the train stops at Eigergletscher at an altitude of 2320m, first opened in 1898 and one of the world’s…
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