Bernese Alps


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Bernese Alps

, Oberland
a mountain range in SW Switzerland, the N central part of the Alps. Highest peak: Finsteraarhorn, 4274 m (14 022 ft.)
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Perched at over 6,000 feet in the Bernese Alps some six miles from Gstaad Palace, the Igloo Village of Saanerslochgrat is made entirely of snow.
From certain vantage points, snowcapped mountains line the horizon (the mighty Jungfrau, one of the highest summits in the Bernese Alps is just an hour away), and idyllic, open countryside is on your doorstep, thanks to Switzerland's extensive, on-time public transport network.
From certain vantage points, snow-capped mountains line the horizon (the mighty Jungfrau, one of the highest summits in the Bernese Alps is just an hour away), and idyllic, open countryside is on your doorstep, thanks to Switzerland's extensive, on-time public transport network.
In the study, scientist Christian Bogdal and colleagues focused on organic pollutants in sediment from a model body of water-glacier-fed Lake Oberaar in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland - testing for the persistent organic pollutants, including dioxins, PCBs, organochlorine pesticides and synthetic musk fragrances.
30 Yarmouth The Lauberhorn is a mountain in the Bernese Alps, located between Wengen and Grindelwald.
The village of Gstaad lies in the midst of the Bernese Alps in southwestern Switzerland, on the border between the Germanand French-speaking parts of the country, and boasts magnificent surrounds, a pleasant alpine climate, cool mountain streams and lush green forests.
htm) recaps a three-day trek through the Bernese Alps in Switzerland.
On both sides of the Midway the world had come to strut its stuff: an ostrich farm and the Turkish Village and the Panorama of the Bernese Alps.
He knew the sixty-two mile route by heart, had flown it a dozen times and always enjoyed the panorama of the Urner and Bernese Alps.
The 11th annual Swiss Star Party will be held at Gurnigel Pass in the Bernese Alps.
In Switzerland, where I lived in a small mountain village in the Bernese Alps, I had no experience of degrading environments under pressure from human population," Hurni said.
Long before Bobs was born, Murren started its famed history as a summer resort, frequented by prominent English-speaking guests such as Alfred Tennyson, George Bernard Shaw, Princess Mary and Henry Morton Stanley, who flocked to the Bernese Alps to enjoy the scenery and the various sporting activities on offer.