Watch Avalanche Footage From Grindelwald, Switzerland


Amazing Avalanche Footage On The Wetterhorn Near Grindelwald, Switzerland From Summer 2015

In September 2015, Hans and Marianne Buhler captured this footage of a massive avalanche plummeting down toward the peaceful meadows near Grindelwald, Switzerland.

The avalanche was triggered when summer heat caused a chunk of ice to break off of the glacier on the Wetterhorn at approximately 3700 meters. Amazing avalanche footage.

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Official Description From YouTube:

Published on Sep 16, 2015
Swiss Alps in recent hours has happened a rare and frightening: a piece of the glacier of the Wetterhorn, at almost 3,700 meters above sea level, was split probably because of great heat and caused an enormous avalanche valley of Grindelwald in Switzerland, near the border with Piedmont. The images were gathered by two hikers Swiss, Hans Buhler and his wife Marianne, who told that he “heard a roar: we thought in a plane, then we saw the white mass that swooped down. We shoot, then we taken cover