The Restaurant Eigergletscher - right at the foot of the Eiger Glacier - is the highest restaurant in the Kleine Scheidegg area of the Jungfrau region. Aside, of course, for the frankly magnificent views from the terrace across the valleys of the Swiss Alps, The Restaurant Eigergletscher is home to the Eigerspitzli - confectionary produced right here at the 2,322 meters above sea-level and is, as far as I am aware, only available here.
From the terrace you get a direct view of the ominous North Face of the Eiger - one of the most challenging climbs in the Alps and one which has claimed many lives over the years. It's not difficult to see why - even for the non-climber such as myself. Personally, I'm happy enough with some decent coffee and liquor-laced chocs!
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Grindelwald - snow Buddha at the International Snow Festival - Buddha carved from snow at the International Snow Festival in Grindelwald, Switzerland
Grindelwald - snow sculptures at the International Snow Festival - Snow sculptures at the International Snow Festival in Grindelwald, Switzerland
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Switzerland pictures - Pictures from my travels in and around Switzerland
Travelogues from Switzerland - A small collection of travelogues from Switzerland
Wines of Switzerland - Information about wines produced and grape varietals grown in Switzerland
Jungfrau - Official website of Jungfraubahn Management
Station, CH-3823 Eigergletscher
Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook