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Lötschen BERNESE OBERLAND . Glacier . To this again succeeds the In
describing the chain of the Pennine deep trench through which the lower Alps it
Author: Charles MACLAREN (Editor of “The Scotsman.”.)Publish On: 1852
1 On the Erratic Formation of the Bernese Alps , and other parts of Switzerland .
The erratic blocks , or “ travelled stones , ” of Switzerland have long afforded
matter of speculation to geologists , though they are rarely noticed by the crowd
Author: Charles MACLAREN (Editor of “The Scotsman.”.)
PREFACE In name the Blue Guide to the Bernese Oberland and Lucerne makes
it appearance as a fresh title in this series of guide books , but in fact this new
volume is devoted to the mountainous central part of Switzerland , previously ...
Frommer's ShortCuts give you exactly what you need for your trip to Bern & the Bernese Oberland, Swtizerland-and no more.
Author: Frommer's ShortCuts
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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There are also hut and pass walks in the repertory of this handy guide. All the selected walks can be reached easily by bus or train and can be combined to make multi-day walks. Together with the volume Bernese Oberland West
Author: Daniel Anker
Publisher: Bergverlag Rother GmbH
The Bernese Oberland has been described as the >playground of Europe and is the birthplace of alpine tourism, especially in its eastern part with the famous tourist resorts of Interlaken, Lauterbrunnen, Grindelwald and Meiringen. The region at the foot of the trio of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau is amongst the most popular walking and mountain regions in the Alps today. Daniel Anker, one of the most renowned alpine journalists in Switzerland, presents us with 50 selected one-day and multi-day walks in his local Bernese mountains. The selection offers something for everyone and includes many a secret tip, ranging from a stroll through the open-air museum at Ballenberg, a promenade along the lake Brienz and a walk to the Giessbach falls, to more demanding, scenically impressive paths onto rewarding summits, e.g. Schilthorn or Faulhorn. There are also hut and pass walks in the repertory of this handy guide. All the selected walks can be reached easily by bus or train and can be combined to make multi-day walks. Together with the volume Bernese Oberland West
The guide also highlights the Swiss food and wine. Easy references are provided for useful Internet site links for the independent traveler trip planning.
Author: Philip Alspach
Publisher: Intercon Publishing
SWISS Bernese Oberland, newly revised and updated 5th Edition by Philip & Loretta Alspach – A travel guide for the independent traveler with specific trips and selected walks and hikes using mountain trains, lake steamers, cable cars and funiculars.The Twelve-Trip Planner recommends the outstanding trips in the area: Jungfrau, Schilthorn, First, Thunersee Steamer, Eiger Trail, Obersteinberg, Brienzer Rothorn, Männlichen, Oeschinensee, Pfingstegg, Schynige Platte, Niesen. Each trip is displayed in graphic form and arranged based on methods of transportation and time available. The trips profiled are one day or less with optional side trips, detailing changes in elevation and degree of difficulty.A new section profiles in detail the ten beautiful towns and villages in the area: Bern, Lucerne, Interlaken, Grindelwald, Wengen, Mürren, Lauterbrunnen, Brienz, Thun and Kandersteg.A visit to Zürich will be enhanced with the four extraordinary walks recommended. The guide also highlights the Swiss food and wine. Easy references are provided for useful Internet site links for the independent traveler trip planning. The Alspachs have visited Switzerland for over 30 years and spend most of their time in “the most beautiful part of the world" - the Bernese Oberland