We awoke to rain. Oh well, off we went. Determined to ride as many mountain trains, cable cars and gondolas as we could. We wanted to get our moneys worth. We headed for Lauterbrunnen and the rack and pinion mountain train. It was awesome. Our first stop was Wegan. A beautiful mountain village built on the side of a mountain. We stopped first at the bakery for a treat. We checked out all the shops and some of us purchased some souvenirs. The rain continued so we caught the cable car to Mannliken. This point is one of the highest surrounded by steep cliffs. All we could see were clouds so off to Grindelwald. We took a cable car down the valley to Grund and walked the steep path to Grindelwald. The rain had stopped and we had some peeks of fabulous mountains. After a great lunch of soup, snitzel , rosti and pomme frites we were ready to explore the Village. We caught the train back to Lauterbrunnen and caught the bus back to Stechelburg. Stechelburg is a small village at the end of the road up the valley from Interlaken. It is at 3,000 + feet, surrounded by rock walls and a dozen or so waterfalls. Lots of Para gliders, jump from the cliffs. They are exciting to watch. Raining again at bedtime. We need to dry out. The weather forecast, more sun tomorrow.