How are you? Thanks again for the info you've provided me all along these past weeks. It's only a week now since I'll be visiting your country and I'm making the final touchs on what I will be doing on a perfect scenario of good weather. For some reason, I expect the Jungfrau Region to be the heart of this trip and eventhough I'll be visiting other places like Zermatt, Lake Geneva, Bern and Luzern I'm already regretting not being able to spend more time there. But, hey, it's always a good excuse for me to come back.
- This is everything that I would love to do and I have, more or less, scheduled it this way. By the way, I'll be staying in Grindelwald. Since I'll be travelling alone I feared I would feel kind of lonely if I stayed in a smaller town like Lauterbrunnen or Mürren.
08:00 am. Grindelwald Grund. First non-Good Morning ticket railway to Jungfraujoch with Swiss Travel Pass Discount (50% - 89 CF).
08:30 am: Kleine Scheidegg
9:10 am: Jungfraujoch
Kleine Scheidegg: Bike down all the way to Wengen through Männlichen (1:30 hs ride) ---> Is it worthy? If so, could I hire a bike in Kleine Scheidegg? I’ve learnt via email with Jungfrau railways that you can’t transport a bike up to K.S. until 4pm.
Wengen to Grindelwald by ½ hour duration railway.
Grindelwald - First: Railway to First (33 CF) along the bike. First Cliff.
Bachalpsee hike and back to Grindelwald (2 hour ride with bike, is it worthy to ride it or should I walk it?)
09:10 am Mürren. First non-Sunrise ticket to Schilthorn (41 CF) from Mürren (17 minute cable ride every 30 minutes).
9:30 am. Schilthorn.
Via Ferrata: 3 hour ride?
Paraglading: 90/120 minutes (15/20 to 40 on air), from Mürren, also First or Grütschalp.
Trümmelbachfälle: (11 CF, open until 6 pm). 11 minutes ride by bus and then again a 9 minute bus ride to Lauterbrunnen every ½ hour..
Does it sound viable to you? Do you have any suggestions or observations? I wouldn't mind to have a even earlier start if needed in order to take advantage of the most of the day and pay the Good morning tickets for the mountains. Now that I am at it, I spend so much time figuring out how would I get to the mountains that I've barely spend any thoughts on what can I do up there, I've learnt there are trails like the one along the Aletsch Glacier to Bettmeralp to Fiescheralp.
Thank you again.