The small hamlet — Kleine Scheidegg, is actually a last stop before the ascent into the Jungfrau mountains. You get your tour groups milling around waiting for the next train, and some who have already seen the Jungfrau, on their way down. The weather is cold up here and everyone was in their jackets and layers of warm clothing for those doing the Jungfrau.
“Why aren’t we going up?” asked QS.
“Haven’t you seen the amount of fog surrounding the mountains?” I replied.
“It’s a pity.”
Weather will play a major role when you’re in the Bernese Oberland. Because most of the activities here involves the outdoors and not a lot of alternatives for indoors.
If you’re planning on visiting the Jungfrau, if the ticket price doesn’t put you off, I would recommend that you at least give yourself three days here. They must be really flexible days because if the weather is good, you can head off to see the mountains. We were on a tight schedule so that means we would have to give that a skip.
“Where are we going next?” asked Dad.