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Lauterbrunnen: hiking advisory

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Due to all the rain we've had in July (and still coming in August), hikers in certain parts of the Lauterbrunnen area need to take extra care.

http://www.20min.ch/ro/news/suisse/story/Lauterbrunnen--les-randonnees-deconseillees-16596220#

the slideshow gives you an idea of how wet things have been. Parts of the Emmental are just a mess.

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