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Grindelwald Journal As Glaciers Melt, Alpine Mountains Lose Their Glue, Threatening Swiss Village Christoph Bangert for The New York Times Tourists walking along a stream originating from the Lower Grindelwald Glacier in Switzerland...Switzerland
Far cheaper to go step by step What is your advice regarding the best round-the-world tickets for travel to Britain, starting and finishing in Brisbane but travelling back via Canada to take in some skiing?...If you are planning to stop in just
Do you fancy a week in the Mediterranean sun for £300? How about a 45% discount on a charming Caribbean all-inclusive? (TRAVPR.COM) UK - February 7th, 2013 -
The Virgin, the Monk and the Ogre in German, the Jungfrau, the Moench and the Eiger are three classic Swiss alpine mountains that for centuries have drawn artists, thrill-seekers and tourists. For a weekend tripper, the big lure is the railway to
Winter Olympics hope Emily Sarsfield highlights ski danger British number one ski cross racer Emily Sarsfield has revealed how witnessing the death of a close friend brought home the dangers of her sport...Zoricic, who was 29, died after crashing
The joys of hiking Julia Slater takes a historic hike from Grindelwald.
September 14, 2012 Hiking a 200-year-old trail in Grindelwald Hear how a whistleblower struck it rich, and how a favourite trail has changed over the centuries. Hiking a 200-year-old trail in Grindelwald Hear how a whistleblower struck it rich, and
The family of Canadian skier Nik Zoricic, who died during a ski cross race last month, is rebutting claims that his fatal crash was a "freak accident." Zoricic's parents, Bebe Zoricic and Silvia Brudar, and their Toronto-based lawyer, Timothy Danson,
Ontario (AP) — Lawyers for the family of Nik Zoricic are challenging the claim from the Canadian skier's team that his fatal crash in a World Cup skicross race in Switzerland last month was a "freak" accident. The legal firm
Friends, family and teammates have gathered at a Toronto church to pay tribute to Canadian freestyle skier Nik Zoricic. Zoricic died earlier this month after crashing in a World Cup skicross event in Grindelwald, Switzerland.