Blue walking net, Gletscherschlucht, White Lütschine river gorge, Grindelwald, Switzerland, Europe.
You can walk across a blue net suspended over the White Lütschine river gorge in the Gletscherschlucht of Grindelwald, in Switzerland, Europe. The tongue of Lower Grindelwald Glacier last extended through Gletscherschlucht gorge in 1855 and has receded very rapidly, melting back more than 3.75 kilometers as of 2014. Consistent with a pattern global warming, the glacier may entirely disappear by 2100. This image was stitched from multiple overlapping photos. From Gletscherschlucht hotel restaurant in Grindelwald, a wooden walkway leads over raging water, through galleries and rocky tunnels over 1000 meters into the ravine, under 100-meter high cliffs. Visitors can amble on a blue net over the foaming torrent. Walk there in 35 minutes from the center of Grindelwald, or take the bus.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download