Well rested we got up showered and headed to the tourist office in Lauterbrünnen. Then off to the Bakeri for some fresh bread, we still had some cheese left from the day before. Fully provisioned we headed to the Rail Station (Bonhaus) where we took the train again to Wilderswil.
At Wilderswil we changed trains and took a Cog railway to the top of Schynige Platte, it takes about an hour to get to the top. We went to the Lowa boot store at the station. They do not sell anything, rather they loan you a pair of their boots for a days hike on the trails to try them out. Check out my loaner boots. We are in the clouds here; hope no planes fly into us.
We again hiked some trails that were a little challenging for us. They were still labeled white/red/white, so they were safe. But they were narrow, steep and some parts had huge drop offs. I know that I was scaring Bonnie because she was afraid I was about to make the news paper. We got there and back again safely. I was fortunate to get some really excellent photos of the Eiger we will be hiking along the face of the Eiger during this trip. The trail is closed now because of the snow pack. It will open while we are here and then we will get a good look at the mountain
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