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Wengen, Lauterbrunnen, Grindelwald in early June

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I'm planning on traveling to Switzerland in early June of 2017. I'll be staying in the Wengen area, but would like to see Lauterbrunnen, Murren, and Grindelwald as well. I'll be there from June 6th-14th. I thought this would be the perfect time to go, as far as weather and tourism is concerned. However, after doing more research I've discovered that many people actually consider this quite early to be considered vacation season. I would actually prefer this, as I think it would be more peaceful with less people around. My ideal time to go would be a time where there is plenty of green to see, but still with some visible snow on the peaks. Also, I want to go when the waterfalls are running strong in the valley. That seems to be the most beautiful time of year when I look at pictures of the area. I was just wondering if those dates would be a good time to go to experience this? Will there still be a lot to do? I don't mind if some things are still closed, but I would still like to do a lot of hiking/sightseeing. If anyone could give me any advice on what that area is like that time of year, that would be great!

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