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You've probably never seen anything so beautiful! I have now put the most fabulous landscapes of the Swiss Alps in a bouquet so that you can enjoy them as you look through the screens! Are you ready?
1. Eiger mountain
One of the most emblematic mountains in the Swiss Alps, the 3970-meter Eiger can also be seen in the picture, the northern part of which is extremely dangerous - no wonder climbers call the nearly 1,800-meter, almost completely vertical mountainside just a "wall of death." Incidentally, northeast of the hill is a small village (Grindelwald, which is also very popular with skiers), which will be discussed in the compilation.
2. Lake Oeschinen
Lake Oeschinensee, also known as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, lies halfway between Bern and Zermatt, near the small town of Kandergrund, at an altitude of 1578 meters and a depth of 56 meters. It was formed during a landslide caused by a landslide, its turquoise water is fed by melting glacier streams, and extremely clean water is regularly used in Switzerland’s drinking water and energy supply. Although the photo was taken in the summer, the lake is also beautiful in the winter - though, due to the minus degrees, the whole area turns into a huge white ice rink at this time.
Switzerland's southernmost alpine town on the Italian border, approx. both 50 kilometers away. The area is a real "wonderland": mainly because it is great for hiking, skiing and super spas - and of course you can see the 7th largest peak of the Alps, the Matterhorn! I would note the mountain peak from the Toblerone chocolate logo is certainly familiar to those who don’t know much about the Swiss Alps anyway.
It is one of the most special cities in Switzerland: it is located between two lakes (exactly Thuni and Lake Brienz), between which even the country’s longest river, the Aare River, stretches. The view is unparalleled - especially from above, so if you dare, be sure to visit one of the city’s lookouts. In the picture you can see the observation deck on the Harder Kulm hill, which can also be reached by cable car, where you will find a super restaurant as well as a tourist and event center.
It is located about Interlaken. It is located 5 km southeast of the small village of Grindelwald, at an altitude of 1,034 meters. The village is essentially completely cut off from the outside world because it is surrounded in all directions by the high mountain peaks of the Alps - which is one of the reasons why it has become such a great place! In winter, tourists love it because it operates as one of the best ski resorts in the country, and in summer it offers active activities for hikers and climbers.
Also near Interlaken, next to Grindelwald, in one of the deepest valleys of the Alps (300 meters deep), lies this fairy little village, which is also home to the Staubbach Falls. According to Google, this village is almost completely untouched, it blends in so much with nature - which is one of the reasons why those who fly one of the most dangerous sports in the world, soaring, fly so much.
7. St. Moritz
This town is none other than Switzerland's most famous and exclusive "winter fairytale town"! Sankt Moritz in the eastern part of Switzerland, approx. It is located 10 kilometers, at an altitude of 1,800 meters above sea level and has been a very upscale resort since the 1800s. The Winter Olympics and several ski championships have been held here, and cross-country skiers regularly have a training camp here, because in winter the snow is as fluffy here as anywhere else!