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weekly photo challenge: depth

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the trümmelbach falls are one of the natural wonders in the world. they are located in the lauterbrunnen valley in switzerland. i was fortunate to see these subterranean waterfalls up close and personal when i was in the area last summer.

hidden inside the mountain, the falls start 459 feet above and are comprised of 10 separate waterfalls. a lift and several tunnels, stairs and walkways lead to different viewpoint areas where you can witness the awesome power of melted ice water roaring down at 5,000 gallons per second.

i found some areas were dimly-lit and slippery so extreme caution must be observed when visiting. a raincoat would be nice, too, if you don’t want to get wet. suit yourself. it’s just won’t be fun anymore.

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January 30, 2015 at 5:09 pm 18 comments

Inside Switzerland: Murren and the Swiss Alps

It was raining when we crossed over into Switzerland, but it wasn’t enough to damp (no pun intended) my spirit. I’d been looking forward to this trip for a long time and finally it happened.

We stayed in Murren located 5,413 feet above sea level. It’s a small village town that is inaccessible by car. It took two aerial lifts to get there. From Lauterbrunnen Valley, we rode the cable car going to Gimmelwald and then switched over to another cable car to Murren.

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June 19, 2014 at 7:08 pm 5 comments

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