Grimsel


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Grimsel

(grĭm`zəl), pass, 7,159 ft (2,182 m) high, S Switzerland, between the Rhône and Aare valleys. The Grimsel Road (built 1891–94), over the pass, connects Bern and Valais cantons.
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At 2,431m and 2,165m, the Furka and the Grimsel are a challenge but from Oberwald at 1,377m, not a huge stretch.
The imposing Hotel Glacier du Rhone in the hamlet of Gletch at the foot of the Furka and Grimsel passes
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Depths varied by region for example, in a 24-hour period, the Grimsel Pass in Canton Valais picked up 24 centimetres of new snow for a late March depth of more than four metres, as reported by online news source swiss info.
Take an exciting hour-long Alpine tractor ride from Oberwald to the top of the Grimsel Pass, even if the locals will be making the trip on foot all three hours of it.
It has been considered as a reference experiment in Europe and led to build a similar one at Mol (Belgium), according to the Belgian deep disposal concept, and another simulation under real conditions in Grimsel (Switzerland).
At 7,103-foot Grimsel Pass, you can buy tea or a snack.
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