Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe!

With the weather in Switzerland being more or less perfect during most of the last couple of weeks, two of my friends, Phil and Justin, and I, decided to head to Jungfraujoch to enjoy the view. Jungfraujoch is a col at almost 3500m above sea-level, situated between the Jungfrau and the Mönch summits, which are both more than 4000m high – so on a clear day, the views are great – and most definitely something that you wont see anything similar to back in Denmark ;)
The train ride from Zürich took quite a while, but with the view being stunning even from the train windows most of the way, it didn’t matter much. Heading through valleys with forests, picturesque villages, pastures and waterfalls running out over cliff faces several hundred meter high, the scenery was absolutely stunning! Arriving at Jungfraujoch, suddenly walking around in snow, knowing that most people were struggling with +30 degree temperatures back in Zürich, was quite an experience too. After having spent most of the day enjoying the views and the fresh mountain air, taking lots of pictures (giving my polarizer a good bit of exercise) and having my first (but not last!) taste of cheese fondue, we headed back towards Zürich – stopping for a bit in Kleine Scheidegg for a quick hike around the hills, and in Bern for dinner. All in all a great day!

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