Sunday, July 15, 2007

Hmmm... Maybe not.

This wasn't quite what I had in mind as a suitable Summer Holiday activity to keep the brats out of trouble; but if you happen to have a train ticket to Grindelwald, an old pair of skis and a large kite, then it might be just the thing to while way an afternoon.

Incidentally about halfway through, you can just about make out a circular viewing window in the side of the mountain where the train stops and you can look out. Some people will do anything to avoid paying for a return ticket.

Finally, one top tip from a Health and Safety perspective- Don't forget to take Swiss Francs with you, as Switzerland is not a member of the EU.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, clearly the most important safety tip for anyone considering doing this is to make sure that they have remembered their Swiss Money.

Falstaff said...

Wow, that is pretty amazing. The steep face that he swoops back and forth across later is the North face of the Eiger, scene of many dramatic rescues and tragedies over the years. It makes you realise how hard it must be to climb.

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