Switzerland Pictures

This page contains some of our favorite pictures from our two week trip to Switzerland.  

 The vineyards above Lake Geneva.  

 Staubbach Waterfall outside of Lauterbrunnen. 

 A long waterfall running diagonally toward the lower right.  Taken from the cable car to Schilthorn. 

 The big three from left to right:  Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau.  

 The high mountains have a network of gondolas, chair lifts, and cog railways to give easy, but expensive, access to views and trails.  

 The Swiss cover their grave sites with flowers.  

 There was a wide variety of wildflowers in the meadows.  

 The trail to Kleine Scheidegg with the Eiger usually in view.  

 Meadows, ponds, wildflowers, and mountains.  

 Bachalpsee Lake 

 Stream and trail in Lauterbrunnen valley.  

 The water really was that color.  

   Luzern. Chapel Bridge dating back to the fourteenth century and water tower built around 1300. 

   Sunset cruise on Lake Luzern.  
 The Swiss love their flowers.  

 Hiking near Pontresina. 

 The Glacier Express from St. Moritz to Zermatt. 


   The Matterhorn is one of the most recognizable mountains in the world. In the top picture, a skywriter is decorating the mountain. In the bottom picture, the small white dot to the left is a hang glider. What a view! 
 Historic building in Zermatt. It is on pillars to keep the mice out.  

   Schwarzsee Lake and chapel.  
 Wildflowers only need a small foothold to grow.  

 Many trails had benches for the weary.   

 I wonder how much warning you get when a big rock decides to roll out of its resting place???


5 thoughts on “Switzerland Pictures”

  1. Just wonderful!! I have enjoyed your trip so much. I feel like I should be getting a bill for all the enjoyment I have gotten. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

    Now when are you coming to the lake? I know it’s nothing to compare to your trip but it will be much more relaxing. Please come stay with us soon.

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