We visited Aareschlucht Gorge in Switzerland this past weekend.
On Saturday we took an early afternoon train from Lausanne to Interlaken where we had a quick lunch for an hour and explored the area around the train station in Interlaken. After that we jumped back on the train and headed down towards Aareschlucht which is a gorge in the middle of the Swiss Alps. It is about an hour hike completely through and costs are 8.50 Francs if you do not go and see the waterfalls. Because it was fall time, they were closed and we only visited the main gorge. It was stunning and beautiful the entire way through. As you walk in the gorge you are a wood bridge that runs along the side of the rocks and is attached. You can even walk through the rocks in a cave path that is a faster walk through but doesn't have a view of the amazing river that runs through the bottom of the gorge.
After we existed on one side we walked around and took beautiful pictures of from the opposite side of the gorge overlooking the Swiss Alps.
We walked back through the gorge to catch the train back to Merigenien, a small Swiss town, where there was a Lamborgini Club meeting and we saw around 15 different and stunning Lamorginis and had dinner as we waited until 7pm to use our Voie Sept (a special pass for Swiss residents or Swiss VISA holders).
Overall the day was fun as we walked through a gorge in the Swiss Alps!! It was a perfect quick day trip with beautiful views and wonderful friends!!!
We are off to Portugal tomorrow for five days for our school field trip and I am so excited to seen even more of Europe!