Jungfrau – Top of Europe21 Apr 2015

Jungfrau – Top of Europe

If you go to Interlaken everyone will tell you to go climb the Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe, where you’ll find the Sphinx Observatory and from where the Jungfrau and Mönch peaks can be seen. Unless you’re an experienced climber, you’ll only be able to arrive by train to the highest station in Europe (Jungfraujoch, which is 3454 m high) and after taking several trains from Interlaken.

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Rhone Glacier – Rhonegletscher17 Apr 2015

Rhone Glacier – Rhonegletscher

The Rhone Glacier, and its impressive ice cave, is one of the essential points in the Route of the Three Mountain Passes, which we’ll talk about later. The Rhone Glacier is one of the biggest in the Alps and it’s the main water source of Rhone River, which runs into Leman Lake. The mountain that can be seen above it is the Dammastock, with 3.630 m. of height.

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Montreux, on the shores of Lac Léman14 Apr 2015

Montreux, on the shores of Lac Léman

Montreaux, on the shores of Léman Lake, was our first stop in Swiss land. Geneva was too big to visit in a couple of hours, so we went to Montreux instead. We were also tired after some hours of driving and we had to arrive yet to the cabin. Besides we read in some travel forums that Geneva is a very big, massified and artificial city. On the other hand Montreux has a great incentive:

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