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Zipping Through, Study Abroad Adventures in Switzerland

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2012 marked the 100th year anniversary of the completion of the Jungfraujoch rail-line in Switzerland. Jungfrau is a cool little place high up in the Swiss alps and is one of the main summits in the Bernese Alps, well known for being the “Top of Europe”. It is only accessible by the Jungfraujoch train and takes about an hour from Grindewald.

I headed up to Jungfrau and it is officially one of my favorite places on earth. It is incredibly beautiful. There is plenty to do, but the best part of my Jungfrau adventure is definitely zip lining through the Swiss alps.

Check out these sweet photos.






Angela Strohbeck

San Diego State | 29 stories

Angela recently graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Communication. She loves to travel, experience live music, and make videos. Angela studied abroad in Europe with the SDSU School of Communication in 2012. During the trip, she studied organizational communication and the rhetoric of tourism in Prague, Munich, Luxembourg, Grindelwald, and Paris. She studied Spanish for six years and is currently learning German. Her favorite quote is, "first seek to understand, then be understood." Her favorite movies are American Beauty and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

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