Well, I did make to Interlaken last winter and also went to nearby Grindlewald to ski but little did I realize how close they are to Lauterbrunnen Valley. It's about 1.5 hours drive away so my girlfriend & I went there YESTERDAY and had a breathtaking THRILL!
The place is absolutely stunning and is undoubtedly even more wonderous in the springtime because the valley has *72* wateralls from all the melting runoff of the surrounding Alps (Eiger, Jungfrau, Monch and Schilthorn) cascading down into a lush green terrain. The 2 famous ones were not flowing because it hasn't been warm enough but I managed to cross off an item on my life's to-do list. We went (by cable car) up to the summit of Schilthorn where Telly "Blofeld" Savalas had his hideout in James Bond's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"! It's 3000m/9800ft high and we were above the clouds. Occasionally they broke and we could see down...
We've been up to Mt. Pilatus in Lucerne before but this was much better! Needless to say, it was an incredible, ethereal and intoxicating experience.