Eiger

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Ei·ger

 (ī′gər)
A peak, 3,970 m (13,025 ft) high, in the Alps of south-central Switzerland. The Eiger's north face was first climbed in 1938.

Eiger

(German ˈaiɡər)
n
(Placename) a mountain in central Switzerland, in the Bernese Alps. Height: 3970 m (13 025 ft)
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His descendants vowed to continue his project and in August Rotscoct station opened, followed in 1903 by Eigerwand, and in 1905 by Eismeer stations.
His descendants vowed to continue his project and in August Rotscoct station opened, followed in 1903 by Eigerwand, and in 1905 by An exhibition inside the Jungfrau pays tribute to the men who built the railway, some of whom lost their lives while blasting through the mountains, right Eismeer stations.
There are two stops - Eigerwand (Eiger Wall) and Eismeer (Sea of Ice) - where you are encouraged to get off the train, take in the air, enjoy the scenery and get back on board to continue your steep climb.
Why this trek is exciting: A ringside view of one of the most dreaded mountain faces in the world, Eigerwand.