Apr 25, 2018 - 3:14 AM
in reply to Satvinder5
>> Do you mean from Schilthorn I can reach Grindelwald without going back to Interlaken , via Zweilutschinen.
Yes. The attached diagram might help you visualise the route. The Schilthorn is not marked, but Mürren is.
>> Zweilutschinen ... that's a tongue twister for me
Yes, and for most people :-)
Four syllables: Zwei-lüt-schin-en
Rough pronunciation: Tsvy-loot-sheen-en
- Lütschinen is the plural of Lütschine, referring to the two Lütschine Rivers that converge at Zweilütschinen.
The Lütschine is a river in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. The Lütschine proper runs from Zweilütschinen, where its two tribututaries join, to Lake Brienz at Bönigen. The Schwarze Lütschine, or Black Lütschine, flows from Grindelwald to Zweilütschinen. The Weisse Lütschine, or White Lütschine, flows from the Lauterbrunnen Valley to Zweilütschinen.
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