Back in Mürren after our trip to the top of the Schilthorn, we walked across town to the funicular and rode up to Allmendhubel.
At the top, we were impressed by views of the Eiger and Munch peaks.
Allmendhubel on the Wildflower Trail. We were impressed at the time, but later realized that the wildflowers are even more plentiful and spectacular along the Northface Trail. If you're in the area and up for a longer walk, I'd recommend skipping the Wildflower Trail.
Cows with giant cowbells clanging dotted the landscape.
How's this for an amazing playground?! I wish I'd had that view when I was a kid.Schilthorn. It's incredible how thin of a thread the cars tread on.
At another crossroads, we continued our journey on the Northface Trail.
As we drew closer, I was so excited to spot a cow parked underneath! I was even able to get close enough to give him a pat on the back.
We descended into a valley with a stream rolling through.
Along the 4+ mile Northface trail, we spotted rusty tin roofs.Allmendhubel.
We took one last opportunity to admire the wildflowers before heading into town.
We walked through Mürren and spotted this lamppost covered with knitting!
We sat down for a beer at a local cafe with spectacular views of the mountains and a brave person parasailing.
I thought I'd close with a photo album of the pictures I took on the hike (I couldn't stop snapping pictures it was so beautiful!) and a few panoramas.